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CrossRoads

Yes, you should be able to use that with the IDE.

You may have to chase down a driver for the USB/Serial chip next to the USB-B connector. I can't tell what it is. It doesn't look like an Atmega16U2 (I don't believe it is available in that package) or an FTDI chip (FT232 doesn't need a crystal), for which the IDE would have driver support.

If you're unlucky, the bootloader will be screwed up, and you'll have to re-bootload it before you can use the Serial port to download code.

It will not have any more pins, just the same pins arranged differently on a 10-pin header to connect a Programmer, same function as the 6-pin ICSP header (just more grounds).

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decay1878

yeah just now i realized the thing has 2 clock crystals ?

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