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BeaverWise

I am interested in getting one of those Atmega168 chips.  What would I need to do?

CrashingDutchman

paypal $15 at bigfunATverizon.net and Brainfart will get it sorted for you....

wolfpaulus

... At this point, the microcontroller chip on the Arduino board had been replaced with the 16 KByte ATmega168 and everything but the ICSP port had been disconnected. The Arduino board itself was powered by a 7.5V 500mA power supply and the AVRISP-mkII connected the board with the Mac's USB port.

On the software side, avrdude 5.2 was installed into /usr/local/bin and the ATmega168 boot-loader was made available here /AT168.hex

Burning and Fuses
Burning a new boot loader is a three-step process: unlocking the boot loader segment, uploading the new boot loader, and looking boot loader segment again.

Read the full story here: http://wolfpaulus.com/journal/embedded/arduino2.html


CrashingDutchman

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paypal $15 at bigfunATverizon.net and Brainfart will get it sorted for you....


I already received my Atmega168 from bigfun. It took 3 days from him in the USA to me in The Netherlands!

Thanks bigfun!

visionFoo

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Read the full story here: http://wolfpaulus.com/journal/embedded/arduino2.html


:) Thank you! You've put everything on one page and as a mac-only hardware owner I greatly appreciate your work.

And the same to everyone else who has posted on this thread.

(looking forward to having more space to program with!)

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