It doesn’t actually do anything but I can plug it into a computer and it registers as a USB device. The computer has no idea what to do with it but it at least knows it exists. I know I wired at least two parts worse then correct but better than wrong, since it seems to be working. I need to read up on this a bit more.
As far as the code, I used stock example code for a generic HID from NXP. I literally did not change a single character of code and loaded it with the LPCExpresso IDE in Windows. It actually says “LPC 13XX USB HID” in the lsusb output.
Its not much but i accomplished what i set out to do yesterday, which was simply to see if i could get a computer to see something coherent from this dev board.