I'm breadboarding an Arduino. How do I connect a 4-pin crystal oscillator?

Following this guide on how to breadboard an arduino, I’m not sure which connections to make on Pin 9 and Pin 10 of my ATmega328P-Pu.

I’m using a 16MHz 4-pin clock with a pin-out that I’m guessing is similar to this one’s layout.

The 328P-Pu is DIP packaged.

That part http://rocky.digikey.com/WebLib/ECS/Web%20Data/ECS-100%20Series.pdf needs power & gnd connnected. Connect its output to XTAL1 (datasheet 9.8 ). Change the clock bits to 0000 in the Low fuse byte (datasheet 9.2 and Table 28-9), and burn the bootloader to set them.

CrossRoads: Change the clock bits to 0000 in the Low fuse byte (datasheet 9.2 and Table 28-9), and burn the bootloader to set them.

Thanks for responding.

I'm not sure which datasheet you're referring to. I've checked the one for ATMega and the data sheet I posted and there was no mention of Table 28-9.

Also, I've never worked with a crystal oscillator before. Is its only job to generate a (roughly) square pulse at the housing-specified frequency? How do I set the "clock bits"?

You're breadboard with a '328P - which datasheet did you think I was referring to? Perhaps you've seen it? http://www.atmel.com/devices/ATMEGA328P.aspx

In boards.txt, change the LOW fuse byte the Uno entry to: uno.bootloader.low_fuses=0xf0

In section 28 of the datasheet, ATmega48A/PA/88A/PA/168A/PA/328/P Atmel-8271I-AVR- ATmega-Datasheet_10/2014

Table 28-9. Fuse Low Byte

I don't know what you're looking at, perhaps the Summary datasheet and not the Complete datasheet?

Use a Programmer to burn the Uno bootloader onto the board.

"Is its only job to generate a (roughly) square pulse at the housing-specified frequency?" I'm sure it will be much better than roughly - it will be a very sharp, crisp, 0-5V, 50% duty cycle square wave.