Getting a similar problem here, locks up during second step (entering programming mode), PROG key eventually turns red and then sometimes the LED key turns green, but never goes farther than that. Tried both with the 0.11.1 firmware and the 0.90 snapshot, no dice (looks like it fails while trying to enter programming mode anyway, not at the flashing step).
Chrysalis 0.11.3, NixOS. Editing my layout works fine though.
Edit: I’ll try on a Windows device tonight to see if that helps
Perhaps the reason the flash fails on NixOS is due to permissions? As in, you may have permission to write to the serial port when the keyboard is in normal mode, but not when it’s in bootloader mode?
The developer console (ctrl+shift+i) should have more information about that, and the debug bundle too. If you end up reproducing the problem on Linux, I’d like to ask you to create a debug bundle (Report a Problem from the main menu, then Create Bundle, and once it is created, you can save it), and open an issue on GitHub with the bundle attached. That’ll give us a whole lot of information about what may have gone wrong.
I am also having this problem, but I had upgraded to Chrysalis 11.4 and flashed 0.90.1+42, and then my keyboard became unresponsive. I can un-plug and re-plug and flash it again, but the keyboard is only lighting up the LED key for a few seconds afterwards.
maybe you need to do the factory reset step here after flashing 0.90
i noticed it was a step in this post and did the factory reset after flashing 0.90
i wanted to be sure so i might have done it more than necessary, but in total i did 3 flashes
flash 0.90 again
Also, i noticed that 0.11.4 of Chrysalis renders the #0 layer weirdly for me, it displays as a long string of numbers instead of just “#0”, so maybe you could try 0.11.3 instead if it still doesn’t work for you on 0.11.4
I’ve got 2 model 100s and i flashed one of them with 0.11.3 and then the next day at work after updating to 0.11.4 i flashed the other keyboard, both seem to be working fine, only that weird rendering bug on 0.11.4 seems to exist
Thank you so much! I also had an error trying to update the firmware under Ubuntu Linux 22.04, but I saved the rules file you linked under /etc/udev/rules.d/ , restarted the keyboard and everything worked!