Author: David Lechner

KeeAgent 2017 Contribution Report

Starting on the first of January, 2017, I started accepting PayPal payments for KeeAgent using a pay-what-you-want model. I had no idea what to expect, and I imagine others may be interested to know as well, so I am making

KeeAgent Beta 0.9.3 Released

This release fixes some keys not loading when running with mono –verify-all (e.g. on Fedora). I know I said this last time, but… This will probably be the final beta released before this becomes the “stable” version, so please test.


So, I discovered something quite interesting recently. LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 doesn’t actually have a 300MHz processor like it says in the specs. I actually has a 456MHz processor running at 300MHz. Don’t believe me? It is printed right on the

KeeAgent Beta 0.9.2 Released

There are just a few minor enhancements: Add support for aes256-ctr cipher in OpenSSH private key files Experimental support for Windows OpenSSH This will probably be the final beta released before this becomes the “stable” version, so please test. Download:

Common Misconceptions About Resetting the EV3

I frequently see incorrect information floating around about “resetting” LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3. I would like to clear up a few things… The Official LEGO User Manual is Misleading The LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 Users Guide gives the following instructions for resetting

microSD Card Benchmark for EV3 and Raspberry Pi 3

I needed to buy some more microSD cards for my growing collection of EV3s, BeagleBones and Raspberry Pis. There is surprisingly little information on the Internet about how to pick “the best” microSD card for these devices. And, what information

Using LEGO MINDSTORMS Motors with BeagleBone Blue

It turns out that it is possible to connect Mindstorms EV3 motors directly to the BeagleBone Blue. So really, this is just a matter of creating an adapter cable. First, let’s talk about the LEGO Mindstorms motor connections. The NXT

Mounting a BeagleBone Blue to Your LEGO MINDSTORMS Robot has just released a new product called the BeagleBone Blue. It has the same processor as a BeagleBone Black, but is designed specifically for robotics and includes built-in Wi-Fi/Bluetooth, an accelerometer and motor controllers (and more). I was fortunate

KeeAgent Beta 0.9.1 Released

This release brings some bug fixes and some new features. Fix some high DPI scaling issues on Windows Fix some layout issues on Mono Fix loading keys larger than 4096 bytes into Pageant Ignore keys in Recycle Bin when closing/locking

KeeAgent Beta 0.9.0 Released

It’s time for some more KeeAgent development! Please take this for a test drive and leave comments on GitHub about what other new features and fixes you would like to see. Download: