Go to my PS/2 adapter web page to find the links.
Support will be very limited. The firmware is actually rather sophisticated for what this device does. Understand that it is completely in assembler, and if you desire to make changes, it would be best if you were familiar with coding in assembler for micro-controllers.
Some scripts are included in the software package that are used to download the firmware, calibrate the built in RC oscillator and burn the fuses using a USB programmer called AVRdude. Fuses and EEprom must be programmed correctly or the micro-controller may not function correctly. The A version of the Atmel at tiny 2313 has not been tested. I have been using ATTINY2313V-10PU.
The CAD program I used to create the PCB is called Osmond PCB. I have also included GERBER and Postscript files. You must accept all risk associated with creating PCBs using any of these files.This post was originally published on this site.