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just curious to know a full explanation of what is bossac for when i buy a Due.
google search shows not much on bossac.
due relies on bossac it says on the due page
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Search for bossa instead (well, maybe 'atmel bossa' would be better unless you like samba smiley )

These are the sites: http://sourceforge.net/projects/b-o-s-s-a/ http://www.shumatech.com/web/products/bossa
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why not just stick with a atmel studio 6 and a avrisp programmer?
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because the Due is based on an ARM processor and avrisp is not compatible in any way..

on a different note, If arduino had used ATMEL Studio as its IDE, there would be maybe a couple of hundred people on this forum...

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ok i get that ,atmel SAM BA or bossa ,but what programmer do you use in place of avrisp II?
surely atmel wouldnt issue a range of SAM 32 bit chips without creating a device for programming the SAM series of chips ? a jtag ice device or something else ??
i have a SAM4 evaluation kit but wondering how i program it .
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looks like a flasher ARM programer at a 1000 $.
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this may be relevant

http://www.futurlec.com/News/Atmel/Studio6.shtml
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