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Want to tweak the firmware on your Somu? Best start with changing the color of the LED!
Go ahead and checkout the Solo repository.
git checkout https://github.com/solokeys/solo/ cd solo
The FIDO2 and U2F functionality is in
fido2/. It’s more-or-les generic and tries not to make any assumptions about the hardware. For hardware specific code (like the LED), check out the source files in
The easiest way to change the LED behavior is to edit
app.h, and go to this portion:
// 0xRRGGBB #define LED_INIT_VALUE 0x000800 #define LED_WINK_VALUE 0x000010 #define LED_MAX_SCALER 15 #define LED_MIN_SCALER 1 // # of ms between each change in LED #define HEARTBEAT_PERIOD 150 // Each LED channel will be multiplied by a integer between LED_MAX_SCALER // and LED_MIN_SCALER to cause the slow pulse. E.g. // #define LED_INIT_VALUE 0x301000 // #define LED_MAX_SCALER 30 // #define LED_MIN_SCALER 1 // #define HEARTBEAT_PERIOD 8 // Will pulse from RBG(0x301000) to RGB(0x903000) to RGB(0x301000) ... // Which will take ~8 * (30)*2 ms
Currently, the LED will start at HEX color
0x000800, which is green. Then it will increase in intensity, to
and be much brighter. Then it dims back to
0x000800. Repeat. You can change the speed of the pulsing by editing
If you aren’t getting the behavior you’d like from editing these settings, then no problem! Open up
device.c and scroll to the
heartbeat function. It implements the LED behavior, and you can edit it directly.
Other areas of interest:
Nitrokey is a leading vendor of open source security hardware for data encryption, key management and user authentication. The company was founded in Berlin, Germany in 2015 and can count thousands of users including numerous well-known international enterprise customers. Nitrokey has launched the second product generation and has an extensive portfolio of five products.
Our friends @mithro and @xobs (Tim Ansell and Sean Cross) are the makers of Tomu (original open U2F key in your USB port), and the very recent Fomu (the FPGA that fits inside your USB port). If you like Somu, you must check out the CCC talk given by @mithro and @xobs.