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I just got my Rubber Ducky a few hours ago and when I attempt to use it on my Mac it pop up with the Keyboard Setup Assistant instead of executing the inject.bin. Running Mavericks 10.9.2. I've read around this forum and have read about updating the firmware to 2.1 and changing the PIN and VIN.

I am new to the terminal and I don't really know how to update the firmware. I attempted to install dfu-programmer, but got a usb.h error, so I read around more and downloaded usblib installed that, but still got the error. I copied the usb.h file into the /usb/include location, still got errors, but it may have worked... I dont know.

Even with this maybe installed I don't know how to exactly update the firmware on my Rubber Ducky.

Can someone please direct me to or instruct me on how to get it to work on Mavericks and bypass the Keyboard Setup? Thank you in advance.

note: it functions completely fine on my windows xp machine.

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I got the firmware part of it. Install Homebrew if you haven't already (info here: http://brew.sh/) Cliff notes here:

ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.github.com/Homebrew/homebrew/go/install)"

Then

brew install libusb-compat

Then go back through the dfu-programmer readme instructions and presto you should be good to go.

Oh, and it didn't work for me when I said "sudo ./dfu-programmer..." but it worked for me if I dropped the "sudo ./" and just started with "dfu-programmer..."

edit: As for the keyboard setup assistant not popping up the first time, I have not yet been successful.

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I got the firmware part of it. Install Homebrew if you haven't already (info here: http://brew.sh/) Cliff notes here:

ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.github.com/Homebrew/homebrew/go/install)"

Then

brew install libusb-compat

Then go back through the dfu-programmer readme instructions and presto you should be good to go.

Oh, and it didn't work for me when I said "sudo ./dfu-programmer..." but it worked for me if I dropped the "sudo ./" and just started with "dfu-programmer..."

edit: As for the keyboard setup assistant not popping up the first time, I have not yet been successful.

ahhh

thank you so much, I got mine updated now. and not including sudo ./ worked for me as well.

and now for the keyboard pop up.. need to change the pids/vid or whatever to make it register as an apple keyboard ill let you know if i figure out how to do it.

edit: I Just plugged it in after updating and it worked. booya.

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