sudo apt-get install avrdude avrdude-doc binutils-avr avr-libc gcc-avr gdb-avr
sudo avrdude -c arduino -p m8 -P /dev/ttyACM0 -U flash:w:usbasp.atmega8.2011-05-28.hex
No, I didn't disable the autoreset on the UNO.Should I do it like this?Circuit: http://i.imgur.com/P50Od9b.pngSchematic: http://i.imgur.com/WXDTRSt.png
The /dev/ttyACM0 you used first, is the correct one.Did you disable autoreset on the uno? A 10uF cap between rest and gnd will do.
I really look forward to receive some good advices to finally solve the problem because I've struggling for a very long time now.
my advices is to stop screwing with usbasp reflash. in my experience theres never a reason to do so. at least not in windows world. maybe linux has some fundamental defect that makes it necessary but i doubt it.