In a previous post I wrote about giving SpillPass a try. Well, on New Years Eve I got a chance to replace my Raspberry Pi (B model) with a Raspberry Pi (B+ model). The B+ model is now used as a media centre and performs this job quite nicely.
With the old B model I gave SpillPass a try. I downloaded the image, dd’ed it to a spare 8GB SD card and booted up the Pi. It went up quite nicely, apart from the fact that it would choke on the first two USB wifi cards I tried to use. (Both the Edimax EW-7811UN as well as the Netgear G54 do not work with SpillPass.) The one card that did the trick was the Netgear WNA1100. (This, by the way, is the only card that will work with the Lego Mindstorms EV3 brick. You might wish to keep that in mind, too.)
A few minutes later I got the Eon-ticket for Pokemon Alpha Sapphire!
Yay me! 😉