Thanks! - you fixed it.
Erase the PIC:
[mick@localhost pk2cmdv1-20Linux2-6]$ ./pk2cmd /PPIC24FJ256GB106 -E
Program the Bootloader:
[mick@localhost pk2cmdv1-20Linux2-6]$ ./pk2cmd /PPIC24FJ256GB106 -MP -FBPv4-bootloader-v1.hex
Program the PIC:
[root@localhost BPv4-firmware]# ./pirate-loader_lnx --dev=/dev/ttyACM0 --hex=BPv4-firmware-v6.2-r1981.hex
Check it out:
[mick@localhost pk2cmdv1-20Linux2-6]$ su -
[mick@localhost pk2cmdv1-20Linux2-6]$ screen /dev/ttyACM0 115200
Bus Pirate v4
Firmware v6.2-beta1 r1981
DEVID:0x1019 REVID:0x0003 (24FJ256GB106 A5)http://dangerousprototypes.com
The Mode LED never did come on at all.
There is no voltage on either side of R5.
My probe is too fat to try and probe the PIC
R3 has 3.3 and 1.78V for the Power LED.
I have tried the PGC-PGD jumper, and the $ command.
There is a strange phenomenon.
If I run as Mick Screen comes back instantly.
If I run sudo it works, but I get phantom keystrokes to the BP.
If I run as root with su - , then all is ok.
I have tried various USB cables, no change.
~ Self Test:
Disconnect any devices
Connect (ADC to +3.3V)
Space to continue
MODE LED OK
PULLUP H OK
PULLUP L OK
ADC and supply
5V VPU(4.58) OK
3.3V VPU(3.16) OK
Bus Hi-Z 0
Bus Hi-Z 1
MODE, VREG, and USB LEDs should be on!
Any key to exit
All LEDS are in fact ON.
Again Thanks Tayken!!!
It's now 5:30 AM Bye.