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If you look at the Arduino Uno schematic http://arduino.cc/en/uploads/Main/arduino-uno-schematic.pdf you can see the connections between the 6-pin header (labelled ICSP) and the atmega328 (labelled ZIC1). Use the same connections on your own hardware. Yes, RST goes to the Reset pin, and you also need a 10K pullup resistor between Reset and Vcc. VTG goes to +5v.
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