Hacking Fusee Gelee with Raspberry Pi 3

DarkMelman

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Hi,

i have successfully used a Raspberry Pi 3 with Ubuntu Mate for Fusee Gelee!!!

Setup like Ubuntu

Tadaaa!!!

(Now i will setup a button (for example Pimoroni button-shim) to run fusee gelee on raspberry.)
Then, its no pc / Mac / vm or monitor neccessary to run the exploit :-))))

UPDATE:

Here is my first try to run the exploit when the switch in RCM is connected to the Pi 3:

https://github.com/Darkmelman/udev_rule_fusee_gelee_pi3

Note:

to get idVendor and idProduct, run lsusb after connect the switch in RCM mode

UPDATE 2:

Errors corrected on GitHub and idVendor and idProduct added!

Its working fine! ;-))

Enter RCM mode and 3 seconds later fusee runs!
 
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Awesome stuff... Been a lot of talk about trying to use a raspberry pi on the forums but this is the first I've heard of someone actually testing it

Would like to see a write up on this, even if it's just a basic one - might give me the incentive to dig out my pi and give it a shot
 

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nice, this way we can make a script , activate it with gpio button.

hook it up to a powerbank, OTG RCM ftw
 

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Awesome stuff... Been a lot of talk about trying to use a raspberry pi on the forums but this is the first I've heard of someone actually testing it

Would like to see a write up on this, even if it's just a basic one - might give me the incentive to dig out my pi and give it a shot
Hi naed06,

the problem is the restriction that new members don't allowed to post links.

Use all the steps from the [Tutorial] How to test Fusee Gelee

but setup pyusb with python3 instead of python...

Good luck!
 

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nice, this way we can make a script , activate it with gpio button.

hook it up to a powerbank, OTG RCM ftw
Yes, I think it should work!!!

Best alternative since there is no untethered solution...I think pi zero w works also, but I have to test it...maybe today...
 

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Hi naed06,

the problem is the restriction that new members don't allowed to post links.

Use all the steps from the [Tutorial] How to test Fusee Gelee

but setup pyusb with python3 instead of python...

Good luck!

Well you only need 10 posts to activate your account to post links, more discussion here will easily see you got that number ;)
 
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Yes! This one for example.

On the webpage from pimoroni is also a link to the software (library for the shim)

Why would you need a pin or button for that ? Can you just run autostart script running in a loop which detect if NVidia APX is detected and then trigger exploit ?

Easy peasy
 

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In think I'd skip the buttons (although I can see the benifit) I'd prefer to SSH in using my mobile phone to activate the script
 

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Yes, I think it should work!!!

Best alternative since there is no untethered solution...I think pi zero w works also, but I have to test it...maybe today...
so...bad news...pi zero w isn't working...(maybe someone figures it out but I think the problem is the OTG USB adapter.. :-(

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Actually it require xhci support with specific conditions. This can be achieved by patching linux kernel.
No, no raspberry pi model have USB3.0

But I looks like the pi 3 is working with the libusb and pyusb installation like ubuntu
 
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