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Help me fix this shit. https://archive.arisuchan.jp/q/res/2703.html#2703

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 No.612

Anyone know enough about hardware to put together a bills of material so I could order the parts to make my own open source hardware flash drive? Found this project that seems to have everything that's needed https://hackaday.io/project/9121-usb-crypto-jawn https://github.com/jaw0/usb-crypto-jawn

 No.615

A controller + microSD card is not really an "open source" flash drive, because probably the card itself has a more complex proprietary microcontroller inside.
Try parsing this file https://github.com/jaw0/usb-crypto-jawn/blob/master/cad/usb415.sch for used components.

 No.617

>>615
Is there anything thatd be closer to a open source flash drive/storage device?

 No.618

>>617
Something that has DIY controller, and bare silicon memory chips.
http://www.openssd-project.org/wiki/The_OpenSSD_Project

 No.619

>>618
doesnt seem like that is available to purchase or even to build tho

 No.620

shouldn't making a fully open source USB pretty simple thing now?

 No.628

>>620

the problem is finding an open microcontroller.

Some people are working on the first one:

https://hackaday.com/2017/01/05/hands-on-with-the-first-open-source-microcontroller/

But even this is not 100% open, as explained in the article.

 No.629

>>628
jeez that sucks =\

what about this u2f zero though isnt this completely open source? it stores some data in it http://u2fzero.com/



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