tools\avr\bin\uisp -dpart=ATmega168 -dprog=dapa -dlpt=0x378 --wr_lock=0x3Ftools\avr\bin\uisp -dpart=ATmega168 -dprog=dapa -dlpt=0x378 --wr_fuse_h=0xDF --wr_fuse_l=0xC7 --wr_fuse_e=0xF8tools\avr\bin\uisp -dpart=ATmega168 -dprog=dapa -dlpt=0x378 --erase --upload if=bootloader168\ATmegaBOOT_168_diecimila.hex -vtools\avr\bin\uisp -dpart=ATmega168 -dprog=dapa -dlpt=0x378 --wr_lock=0xCF
And ultimately what do I do to burn a sketch, sans bootloader? How do I tell teh Ateml to run the sketch, don look for the Bootloader?
Hi,never tried it but for QuoteAnd ultimately what do I do to burn a sketch, sans bootloader? How do I tell teh Ateml to run the sketch, don look for the Bootloader?http://www.arduino.cc/en/Hacking/ProgrammerEberhard
AVRISP mkIIIf you have an AVRISP mkII, you'll need to burn your sketches outside the Arduino environment. You can use a program like avrdude, avrstudio, or winavr. To generate the .hex file that you'll be burning, press the upload button in the Arduino environment. The .hex file will be saved in the applet sub-directory of the sketch's directory (which you can find by selecting Show Sketch Folder from the Sketch menu of the Arduino environment).
That sounds right, but I've never tried it.
what about the sketch part of it, do I have to tell it anything to get the sketch to execute, or if I wanted a larger (than 14336) sketch do I need to tell it to use Bootlaoder space somehow?
And it is NOT possible, to "reset" the lock bits.That means if i need to burn a new sketch, i have to throw away the 168 and take a new one...