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Spider SKU


#1

I know it’s been asked before, but I can’t seem to find it. What is the Spider’s SKU number?

I’m working on a sample program for Spider/Hydra/Cobra II and will use this to automatically detect which board is being run. Since I don’t have a Spider on hand I can’t just plug it in and grab the number from VS. :frowning:


#2

65535

Not sure how reliable it is.


#3

Yeah, I was just seeing Cobra II & Hydra both report 0. Guess hardware detect is out of the question.

@ GHI, why’d you stop using SKUs?


#4

I’ll just leave this here…


#5

That’s freaking perfect! I want to give it ALL the +1s


#6

Lol I thought so.

You should also +1 that my computer is whirring away at converting 10,000 audio files from Bioshock Infinite. New radio channel?


#7

My finance and I have been playing Infinite in between everything else we have to do since it came out.

I’d marathon the game this weekend but between Kids, Dr. Who, Walking Dead, Game of Thrones and the return of the beloved PIP Project (Robco TermLink terminal) I doubt I’ll get more than an hour or two.

Oh yeah, and something about family time…


#8

[quote=“Skewworks”]
My finance and I have been playing Infinite in between everything else we have to do since it came out.[/quote]

The finance is back! :wink:

There’s just something natural about Skewworks complaining about missing SKUs…


#9

[quote=“ianlee74”]

Well I do need to keep up those monthly payments :wink:


#10

For hardware detection, we use the system clock speed. There is an example of this used in the OSHW libs.

uint sysclk = Microsoft.SPOT.Hardware.Cpu.SystemClock;

https://ghiopensource.codeplex.com/SourceControl/changeset/view/25571#234029