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I'm using a minimal Atmega168 and a RS232-TTL converter, and wanted to set it up with a bootloader again (having erased the chip in a fit of experimenting with clocks).

Which one to use?  There are lots of them, and several say 168 in the name.
Does arduino-0021\hardware\arduino\boards.txt  specify the right one? 

or if not, which is the right one?

(Atmega168, 16Mhz crystal circuit)


Feb 05, 2011, 07:36 pm Last Edit: Feb 05, 2011, 07:38 pm by retrolefty Reason: 1
In version 22 (I think also versions 20-22) of the arduino IDE, the third one down from the top should be the one you select. For version 19 then it's the second board listed.


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