well, I got it up and running yesterday using small usb-cables, so I know it has enough power to do this. BUT I want to get rid of these internal usb-cables as it's just a bit too tight a fit and I'm scared I might break the usb-inputs after a while... I just want to use these as little as possible (only updating the board with new patches)
Seeing that it is able to power them all up, I know pretty sure that there should also be a way to hardwire the 5v input from the usb-input of one board to some other boards, right?
So the only single question I would love to have anwsered... which pins/sockets?
There gotta be someone who knows..
ps. if some current/overvoltage protection is needed, it's ok, I got more then enough components laying around for that, but I do want to keep it as small and simple as possible. The less I need to add, the less I'm able to screw up..