SpillPass for Raspberry Pi v1.6

Discussion in '3DS - Nintendo Network' started by JackyD, Oct 7, 2013.

  1. apoptygma

    apoptygma GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Sorry just to confirm - I'll be OK with spillpass' pre-baked image using a model B (not B+) and an RT5370 USB?
     
  2. logg

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    I don't think so. SpillPass 1.6 only supports RT3070. I'm not sure that RT5370 is supported in Spillpass 2, you'd have to ask Jack (he's in IRC Efnet #3ds).

    If you don't already have a wifi usb adapter, buy one of the ones from the spillpass hardware page. http://www.spillmonkey.com/?page_id=84
     
  3. Sir VG

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    Thank you. I purchased the Protronix USB adapter from Amazon and it's working like a charm! Thank you!

    *goes back to his new streetpasses*
     
  4. Incredibob

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    I just got this working last night. I'm still waiting for my 3070 based wifi adapter to arrive, but wanted to report I got it working using this:
    http://www.amazon.com/Cisco-Linksys-WUSB54GC-Compact-Wireless-G-Adapter/dp/B000CRFI8A
    It is a slightly more expensive option that the others (~$22 at time of posting), but we had a couple lying around at work.

    It is a Ralink 2573 chip, so other adapters based on that may work as well if 3070's become too scarce.
     
  5. CreativeMan

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    May I ask how is it going on SpillPass-Pi2 ? It's been a long time since we got news of you both :P
     
  6. logg

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    Well, needless to say, it's long overdue. I haven't worked on it in a few weeks; I'm just doing the web interface, and that's about done, I should finish it up, but there's no time right now. Jack is also putting it off afaik.
     
  7. CreativeMan

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    OK, I understand, everybody has other things to do IRL B-) Anyway, still good to see it hasn't been discontinued, just suspended for now.
     
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    Don't know if it's been posted yet but I wanted to let everyone know that I got it working with an ASUS dongle using the Realtek RTL8192CU chipset. All I had to do was change a line in /etc/hostapd/hostapd.conf and /etc/hostapd/nintendozone.sh from driver=nl80211 to driver=rtl871xdrv and replace the hostapd binary as outlined in this blog post: http://blog.sip2serve.com/post/38010690418/raspberry-pi-access-point-using-rtl8192cu

    EDIT: Forget everything I said, Realtek chips apparently don't let you change their MAC. Nintendo Zone works, but no Streetpass.
     
  9. Brodius

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    Is there a way to alter the speed of getting passes? Are there guides on it?
     
  10. logg

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    There is a way, but it's really discouraged. Homepassing only works because two or more people are spoofing the same MAC at the same time. If you speed up the time it takes between MAC switches, then you're limiting the opportunity for other people to get your 3DS as a streetpass. If everyone set the time between MAC switching to a really low value (for example, 60 seconds), then there would be less streetpasses overall.

    The default time of 5 minutes per MAC switch allows you between 6 to 10 streetpasses every 5 minutes, which is about how long it takes to use them up, so there's not really any point in changing the value. If you're not getting streetpasses every 5 minutes, I've found it works better when the lid is closed.
     
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  11. Brodius

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    I suppose you're right. It's just painful getting multiple hits in Streetpass Plaza for every green flashing light, but only ever getting 1 pass for every other game I use for every flashing green light.
     
  12. logg

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    I think that's based on however many people of the ones that you encounter have streetpass enabled for that game. It works really well for popular games, but games that fewer people have, less streetpasses.
     
  13. DjoeN

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    Somewhere in this potatoland!
    Yeah i had in no time 99 streetpasses in Puzzle & Dragons Z, while for now Etrian Odyssey IV: Legends of the Titan takes more then a month to get to 99 streetpass hits
    But spillpass v1.6 still works great :), My question however: is there an easy way to give the pi a fixed ip in my network?
     
  14. Brodius

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    Huh, I would have thought games like Pokemon Shuffle and Final Fantasy Curtain Call would have been more popular...
     
  15. logg

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    The easiest way is from router settings, but I know it's possible to do it client side too. I'll ask Jack if that's something he's interested in putting in 2.0.

    Yeah, you would think Pokemon Shuffle would be more popular, but I guess not many people enabled streetpass for it. I get tonnes of streetpasses for Mario Kart 7, Fantasy Life, New Super Mario Bros 2, and Tetris.
     
  16. Brodius

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    I actually added as many streetpass games as I could last night to fill up the max amount of games you can have, and literally every game only gave me one pass per green flash; even games like Smash and the Mario game you mentioned getting tonnes of passes for.

    Have you edited your spillpass to have more MAC addresses or something? I haven't edited mine at all.
     
  17. logg

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    Nope.
     
  18. yodamerlin

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    What's the ssid that this is using. I want to know whether the sd card I have contains spill pass. The ssid it's emitting is "attwifi"
     
  19. logg

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    attwifi by default
     
  20. Spzjulien

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    hi

    A Mac Address filter (that you would add your 3DS mac too) can also be created to maintain Nintendo Zone Compatibility while locking down the hotspot without WPA. These processes may be covered in a later update.

    do you have news about that ? i really need to enable mac address filter, or on my building everyone will try to connect and suck my internet ....