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i want a Arduino schematic which could be loaded(Bootloader/Sketch) with the parallel port programmer that i have made.for that it should have a dedicated fully compatible [glow]ICSP[/glow] port in schematic compatible with following Parallel programmer's schematic:

http://arduino.cc/en/Hacking/ParallelProgrammer

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They are all compatible with this. It is only four pins you need to connect to.
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well, for example, the MDC "Really Bare Bones Board" (and variants thereof) does not include an ISP connector.  if you want to connect it to a programmer, you have to stick it in a breadboard and plug in wires to the appropriate pins (not that that is so difficult...)
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can i directly connect the pins on the atmega168 with that of the parallel programmer ICSP one
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Look at an arduino schematic for a clue.

ICSP programmers and the process is basically designed to connect directly to the AVR chip's pins.
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