When read this post (quoted below), I immediately knew as a community, we should be able to help @Backpackingvet out.
I continued to read the thread and saw it was happening, but it needed it’s own thread, and here we are!!!
I have only just started learning Linux so my skills are not good enough to directly help you, But what I can do is, create this thread and ask for help on your behalf.
Where are you at with your install and what do you need
If you were willing and somebody else was able, Maybe somebody could “remote in to” your computer, and help you through the installation of your PM3 Easy
Then we should be able to remove the Blue Cloner Pin
Here is the rest of the conversation for continuity…
I honestly don’t know, I followed the instructions for Linux, but it won’t connect right for me. I might retry from the start again.
But I just think I am missing something on the install. @Pilgrimsmaster had me going in the right direction, but I will retry and post the results here
Oh don’t worry I’m still a bit green with Linux (1 step up from noob) but I much prefer it. Only reason my daily driver is windows is because of my partner, plus I game alot which does tend to work better on Windows.
100% agree @leumas95 infact for my son I’ve introduced him to Linux on a network (puppy linux) simple and easy to use with no clutter.
I am open to this. I don’t believe I can even begin to explain it, I also think I might have just accidentally bricked it. I had it plugged in when I ran a command.
Edit: copy from terminal.
ty@MitchCampbell:~/proxmark3$ cd client
ty@MitchCampbell:~/proxmark3/client$ ./proxmark3 /dev/ttyACM0
[=] Session log /home/ty/.proxmark3/logs/log_20200605.txt
[=] Using UART port /dev/ttyACM0
unknown command:: 0x61334d50[!!] ERROR: cannot communicate with the Proxmark
I think you nailed it. I think it’s a firmware issue and a flash would fix it.
I know it’s harder to get a bunch of fragmented instructions from multiple people than just one clear set from someone so I’ll let leumas answer but I wanted to give you hope that I don’t think it’s bricked.