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== AVR - ATMega ==
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== AVR - ATMega code examples ==
Here is the blinky.c file, avrdude.conf, and Makefile to program the AVR chips we played with on 9-1.
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[[http://hackerspace.bloomingtonfools.org/bloomington_hackerspace/images/7/73/Blinky.tgz Blinky.tgz]] Here is the blinky.c file, avrdude.conf, and Makefile to program the AVR chips we played with on 9-1. You need to edit the avrdude.conf and Makefile to point to relevant locations on your installation.
  
[[http://hackerspace.bloomingtonfools.org/bloomington_hackerspace/images/7/73/Blinky.tgz Blinky.tgz]]
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[[http://hackerspace.bloomingtonfools.org/bloomington_hackerspace/images/1/17/Avr-examples.tgz Avr-examples.tgz]] - counter.c, pwm.c, pwm2.c, random.c
 
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[[http://hackerspace.bloomingtonfools.org/bloomington_hackerspace/images/1/17/Avr-examples.tgz Avr-examples.tgz - counter.c, pwm.c, pwm2.c, random.c]]
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Revision as of 01:47, 9 September 2009

AVR - ATMega code examples

[Blinky.tgz] Here is the blinky.c file, avrdude.conf, and Makefile to program the AVR chips we played with on 9-1. You need to edit the avrdude.conf and Makefile to point to relevant locations on your installation.

[Avr-examples.tgz] - counter.c, pwm.c, pwm2.c, random.c

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