'avrdude' on ODROID-C4

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'avrdude' on ODROID-C4

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I had a chance to run 'avrdude' to flash my 3D printer board which has ATMEGA1284P, I had used Arduino earlier but this time using ODROID-C4. The problem is that official 'avrdude' in Debian/Ubuntu is very old and not supporting linuxspi. Therefore I've changed its code and uploaded to my Github. You can compile the source code to use it or install avrdude if you use my custom Debian/Ubuntu image.
https://github.com/tobetter/avrdude/commits/master

Refer to the picture for wiring to flash.
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Thanks for the share.

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I don't know what's more amazing, that you just did it or that you post it so casually like it's no big deal.

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L67GS wrote:I don't know what's more amazing, that you just did it or that you post it so casually like it's no big deal.
There are quite a few modest developers around here, it's great to have them also.

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