fsusb: Software to control the bootloader that comes factory-loaded on
the "PICDEM Full Speed USB" demo board.
Rick Luddy (GPG 1024D/98AA0510) <firstname.lastname@example.org>
fsusb <file> program board with <file> and verify
fsusb --program <file> program board with <file> and verify
fsusb --verify <file> verify board against <file>
fsusb --read <file> read board, saving result in <file>
Just "make" ought to build it, assuming you have libusb and the
associated headers installed.
I have been a bit sloppy with endianness. It works on my x86 system,
but may run into some problems on an opposite system.
I haven't tested the ability to write config memory. I don't have a
programmer to turn off the factory-set write protection (as if I did,
I probably wouldn't need this program in the first place!). It is
implemented (just uncomment a few lines in program_file() in main.c)
and should /probably/ work or at least come close, but no promises.
I haven't implemented a way to read or write the EEPROM. I'm not sure
how it would be represented in the hex file.
It must be either run as root or set suid root to function because of
the way it uses the USB. This means if I made a mistake and have a
buffer overflow somewhere, the software is a local root vulnerability.
I think I haven't made any such mistakes.
Parts of the USB code and the Makefile were cribbed from usb_pickit by
Orion Sky Lawlor <email@example.com>. Most of the figuring out the
protocol was done by working backwards from the firmware bootloader
code by Rawin Rojvanit at Microchip.