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setup_avrdude [2014/03/15 14:12]
breaker27
setup_avrdude [2014/03/15 14:16]
breaker27 [Check the programmer connection]
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-====== ​Setup avrdude under Windows =====+====== ​Write default settings in config file ===== 
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 +You should create a config file for avrdude ​containing your default settings. After the config file is created, you can use avrdude without entering the settings each time. This also makes it possible to leave this parameters out of the makefiles. 
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 +===== Create config file under Windows =====
  
 After installing avrdude, create a file **avrdude.rc** in the same directory as your avrdude.exe with the following content: After installing avrdude, create a file **avrdude.rc** in the same directory as your avrdude.exe with the following content:
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 (change your settings as needed). (change your settings as needed).
  
-====== Setup avrdude ​under Linux =====+===== Create config file under Linux =====
  
 After installing avrdude, create a file **.avrduderc** in your home directory with the following content: After installing avrdude, create a file **.avrduderc** in your home directory with the following content:
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 (change your settings as needed). (change your settings as needed).
  
-===== Check the programmer connection ===== +====== Check the programmer connection ======
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-After the config file is created as shown above, you can use avrdude without entering the settings each time. This also makes it possible to leave this parameters out of the makefiles.+
  
 Now connect the ATMega to power and the ISP connector. Now connect the ATMega to power and the ISP connector.
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 If not, check all connections or if you have a shortcut. If not, check all connections or if you have a shortcut.
  
-You can use "​lfuse"​ for low fuses, "​hfuse"​ for high fuses and "​efuse"​ for extended fuses.+You can use "​lfuse"​ for low fuses, "​hfuse"​ for high fuses and "​efuse"​ for extended fuses. Call avrdude without parameters to see your options.
setup_avrdude.txt · Last modified: 2014/03/15 14:16 by breaker27