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Feb 17 2013

AVRDUDESS – A GUI for AVRDUDE

AVRDUDESS is a GUI for AVRDUDE, a tool for programming Atmel microcontrollers.

Some key features:

  • Supports all programmers and MCUs that AVRDUDE supports
  • Supports presets, allowing you to change between devices and configurations quickly and easily
  • Drag and drop files for easy uploading
  • Automatically lists available COM ports
  • Cross-platform with the use of Mono for Linux & Mac OS X



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Source available on GitHub

Requirements
Windows
Requires .NET Framework 2.0 SP1 or newer.
Latest .NET can be found here.

AVRDUDE requires LibUSB
LibUSB should really be installed the normal way as a driver for a LibUSB device, but if you don’t have any such devices then you will need to download this.
Extract libusb-win32-bin-1.2.6.0/bin/x86/libusb_x86.dll to where you have avrdude.exe placed and rename libusb_x86.dll to libusb.dll

Linux & Mac OS X
Can be ran using Mono
Has not been tested on OS X, but should work.

Installing on Ubuntu 13.10
Install Mono (this is the minimum required, you can do mono-complete for a full install)
sudo apt-get install libmono-winforms2.0-cil

Install AVRDUDE
sudo apt-get install avrdude

Run AVRDUDESS with mono, you might have to run as root (sudo) so avrdude runs as root if you havn’t changed any rules.d stuff
mono avrdudess.exe

avrdudess4

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  1. George Hahn

    Beautiful program! I must ask though, is it open? I’d definitely love to hack on it!

    1. Zak Kemble

      Yup, source is in the download.

  2. Hemal

    Its a great GUI, support many programmers and devices,
    If its not too much to ask for, can you please make a linux port?
    Thank You.
    :)

    1. Zak Kemble

      Hmm, perhaps, I’ll see what I can do.

    2. Zak Kemble

      It works in Linux with mono with out any changes, just need to copy the avrdude binary around, I’ve updated the main post with how to do it.

  3. Rick Winscot

    I didn’t see the ATtiny4313 listed in the supported uC list…

    http://www.nongnu.org/avrdude/user-manual/avrdude_4.html#Option-Descriptions

    Great job BTW – nicely done!

    1. Zak Kemble

      Thanks
      The ATtiny4313 isn’t in the supplied avrdude.conf file (conf seems to have been last updated 2010-01-15, apart from me adding the ATmega328 non-P), updating the avrdude.conf file will add it to the drop down list.
      Link – Extract avrdude.conf.in, rename to avrdude.conf and replace the old one.

      EDIT
      Seems the new avrdude.conf has a few extra things that the supplied avrdude.exe doesn’t support, you’ll probably have to compile the new avrdude as well.

      EDIT2
      Actually just deleting the lines avrdude moans about seems to be ok.

  4. ROHIT

    Nice Work! This would save me headaches with command prompt! Thanks! :)

  5. Alastair D'Silva

    Great work.

    You can get the latest AVRDude for Win32 from the MHV AVR Tools distribution that I maintain:
    http://www.makehackvoid.com/project/mhvavrtools

    I’d like to include your work in the next release of MHV AVR Tools.

    Has anyone tried it using Mono under OSX/Linux? It would be nice if it ran under all the platforms I support.

    1. Zak Kemble

      Hey, thanks for the link, I’ll include the latest avrdude in the next release. Including AVRDUDESS in your tools distro is fine.
      I’ve just tried it in Ubuntu 12.10 with mono and it works :D, you just need to copy the avrdude binary around, I’ll make it so you don’t have to do that for the next release.

  6. s1cK

    Hey man, nice work. I’m using an USBasp that I bought from ebay and I get this.

    avrdude.exe: warning: cannot set sck period. please check for usbasp firmware update.
    avrdude.exe: error: programm enable: target doesn’t answer. 1
    avrdude.exe: initialization failed, rc=-1
    Double check connections and try again, or use -F to override
    this check.

    avrdude.exe done. Thank you.

    Can you tell me any possible solution to this? Thanks in advance.

    1. Zak Kemble

      avrdude.exe: warning: cannot set sck period. please check for usbasp firmware update.
      You need to update the firmware LINK, to do so you will need another programmer (another USBasp, Arduino as ISP etc).

      avrdude.exe: error: programm enable: target doesn’t answer.
      .
      .

      Make sure you’ve connected right. Once you’ve updated the USBasp firmware try setting bit clock to 32.

      1. Arpy

        USBasp wants to use too fast SCK for MCUs with 1MHz clock (8 MHz internal oscillator with div 8 – many AVR’s deafult setting).
        On the chinese USBasp version, they forget to put on the PCB a slowSCK pinhead (madness – it’s already there on the original version).
        So if you pull down the programmer’s PC2 pin to GND, it will work with slowSCK option.
        (If you are interested, the original version: http://www.fischl.de/usbasp/ )

        Regards, Arpy

  7. neptune

    Thanks for your hard work – clearly much better than the other GUI’s that I was struggling with.

    Is there any way for the selected preset and associated settings to be “sticky” ie: load automatically when I restart the program?

    1. Zak Kemble

      Thanks :). Not at the moment, but if you want to edit the source a quick hack to get close to what you want would be to add cmbPresets.SelectedIndex = 3; at the end of the Form1_Load() method, that will load whatever preset is at position 3 in the drop down list (starting at 0) when the program loads. I’ll add sticky settings for the next version.

  8. s1cK

    A new version of AVRDUDE has been released on May 8th. Can you replace your program with the newer version? I got my chinese USBASP updated and it worked fine with atmega8L and atmega328P, however, it didn’t work with atmega328 (non pico power version). Thanks in advance.

    1. Zak Kemble

      To get the ATmega328 non-P working on older versions of avrdude you only need to modify the avrdude.conf file, which I’ve done and included with the download. If you want the newer version of avrdude you can replace the avrdude.exe and avrdude.conf files.

      1. Phil

        Yet again, claims that it is oh so easy to handle Atmega328s but, I am afraid that you are wrong! There are a few people out there that claim to have got over the problem by simply editing the avrdude.conf file and there are others who say that the new version of AVRDUDE fixes the problem. Well, I can state that this simply isn’t rue unless they have some strange combination of AVRDUDE/avrdude.conf that only exists in another universe.

        The new AVRDUDE V6.x.x has serious problems with some AVR programmers including the AVRISP MKII and the author of AVRDUDE admits this. Yes, the new avrdude.conf file includes an entry for the Atmega328 but… this config file will not work with older versions of AVRDUDE. So, please do not set false hope. Atmega328s are still a problem for most people but, luckily, not for me as I have written some code which overcomes the AVRDUDE problem and I have also modified the ArduinoISP sketch to suit both 328s and 328Ps.

        1. Zak Kemble

          This thread was created when AVRDUDESS was using AVRDUDE v5.11.1. I’ve not had any problems with AVRDUDE 5.11.1 or 6+ when using a USBasp programmer (like OP) with 328 or 328P, perhaps this quick fix doesn’t work with other programmers, but for OPs needs it does the trick.

  9. Zolee

    Hi, Zak!

    MONO and avrdude are installed. Run with MONO the avrdude can’t find the avrisp mkII. Okay, run as root the program, but I don’t know, how can I this (I’m a Linux-beginner). I use the Kubuntu 12.04.

    Thank you!

    1. Zak Kemble

      To run as root use sudo mono avrdudess.exe.

      1. Zolee

        Hi, Zak!

        The avrdude’s reply:

        avrdude: stk500v2_ReceiveMessage(): timeout

        If I try this in terminal, the avrisp mkII works fine:

        sudo avrdude -c avrispmkii -p x128a1 -P usb -v

        What”s wrong?

        1. Zak Kemble

          Did you put ‘usb’ into the Port option in avrdudess and does the command line box at the bottom of the avrdudess window show the same parameters as what you’re giving avrdude directly?

          1. Zolee

            “Did you put ‘usb’ into the Port option in avrdudess”

            Cannot be found in the list any usb port, but the programmer is connected. If I connect an FT232RL, the usb port is appear in the list, but this no the avrISP’s port.

            “and does the command line box at the bottom of the avrdudess window show the same parameters as what you’re giving avrdude directly?”

            Yes, it’s work.

            The avrISP MKII is available in a terminal with the usage of the avrdude directly.

          2. Zak Kemble

            The port drop down only lists available serial ports, for non-serial ports like usb and parallel you need to manually type it in to the box.

          3. Zolee

            Thanks, Zak!

            It’s work now.

          4. Zak Kemble

            No problem ;)

  10. bill rowe

    Excellent gui but I’m not sure on the fuses/lock bits. When I press “read from device” does it always read or does it depend on the check box below the button?

    1. Zak Kemble

      The check box is only for writing the fuse and lock bits when you press the ‘Start!’ button. Pressing ‘Read from MCU’ will always read.

  11. Mart Lang

    hello is there a way to enlarge the programmers selection window, would be nice to read a little bit more …

    great software, at last a better gui

    1. Zak Kemble

      The source is in with the download (in src folder) so you can edit the GUI as you wish. You’ll need Visual Studio to open the project and compile etc.

  12. Mart Lang

    thanks but i have no knowledge about Visual Studio … was hoping for a quick fix loll

  13. Dean

    I’ve been using this for sometime. Works flawlessly on Windows 7 and my USBtiny programmer.
    A few suggestions/wishes:

    1. Wish that the console is integrated on the main window so that both can be quickly accessed with just one mouse click
    2. A separate button just to flash the fuse would be nice instead of going through the start and flashing everything up again.

    Dean

  14. Kamrul Hussain

    It is a nice GUI for AVRdude. I have been using it with USBasp to program ATmega series. But I would like to know if its possible to use usbasp for programming ATxmega series with this one in PDI format. usbasp hardware needs an interface which is pretty easy to build. But at the same time avrdude needs a patch for it. May be the following link can be useful to explain my field of interest.
    http://ketturi.kapsi.fi/2013/05/programming-xmega-with-usbasp-avrdude/

    1. Zak Kemble

      AVRDUDESS doesn’t need to be changed, only avrdude and USBasp need to be modified, everything seems to be explained in that link.

  15. Richard markham

    Hi Zak,
    Have you tried AVRDUDESS with AVRDUDE 6? It gets a bit stuck with Xmega devices as these are listed differently in the conf file now.

    In the device drop down, you just get a single Xmega entry saying “AVR XMEGA family common values”

    Is there a way around that?

    Cheers.

    1. Zak Kemble

      Hey,

      Some changes are needed to correctly parse the new config, if you’re up to editing the code and recompiling in Visual Studio you can replace the code at the bottom of the loadConfig() method in Form1.cs with this:

      (Code by Uwe Tanger, I’ve not tried it yet)

                  for(int i=0;i<lines.Length;i++)
                  {
                      int pos;
      
                      string s = lines[i].Trim();
                      if ((s.StartsWith("part") || s.StartsWith("programmer")))
                      {
                          i++;
                          pos = lines[i].IndexOf('=');
                          if (pos>0)
                          {
                              if (lines[i].Substring(1, pos - 1).Trim().ToString() == "id")
                              {
                                  string id = lines[i].Substring(pos + 1).Trim(new char[] { ' ', '"', ';' });
                                  i++;
                                  pos = lines[i].IndexOf('=');
                                  if (pos > 0)
                                  {
                                      if (lines[i].Substring(1, pos - 1).Trim().ToString() == "desc")
                                      {
                                          string desc = lines[i].Substring(pos + 1).Trim(new char[] { ' ', '"', ';' });
      
                                          if (s.StartsWith("part"))
                                              mcus.Add(new MCU(id, desc));
                                          else
                                              programmers.Add(new Programmer(id, desc));
                                      }
                                  }
                              }
                          }
                      }
                  }
      
  16. Richard markham

    I have also found that using version 5 of avrdude caused some issues on an old XP machine whereas avrdude 6 worked ok.

  17. Anthony Andriano

    Why is the source not on github? If you’re going to make it available, you should make it easier for people to see branches and commits as well as make comments about them. There are definitely things I want to add, but I don’t want to throw away my time by making changes to a repo that will never be distributed.

    1. Zak Kemble

      I can’t remember why I decided not to put the source on GitHub. v1.3 will be ready in a week or 2 so I’ll move the source for its release. So far I’ve had a few people email me their changes which I’ve added.

  18. Kyr

    Hi Zak, thanks for this GUI. Very useful!
    I found some bugs to report.

    1. Issue with ATtiny85 lock bits. Doesn’t seem to write them(I was able to read back the whole FLASH content) and reading them returns an error.
    This one was also in previous versions of your GUI but I believe it’s a legacy error in AVRdude conf file.
    By replacing the Attiny85 lock section in avrdude.conf file with the below text (which I created based on ATtiny85 datasheet serial programming commands), it didn’t fix it. The same issue probably exists for many other tinys and other AVRs in avrdude.conf.


    memory "lock"
    size = 1;
    write = "1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0",
    "x x x x x x x x 1 1 1 1 1 1 i i";

    read = "0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0",
    "x x x x x x x x x x x x x x o o";
    min_write_delay = 9000;
    max_write_delay = 9000;
    ;

    2. Minor mis-spelling on error pop up window. It says: [...error occored...] should be [...occured...]

    1. Zak Kemble

      Writing the lock bits with the default conf seems to work alright for me, adding your read lines also makes reading the lock bits work. I’m not sure why it’s not working for you. You should submit something here requesting the read lines to be added.

      Typos have now been corrected for v2.1 (the errors should also be fixed) :)

      1. Kyr

        Stupid, stupid and more stupid windows 7.

        I had the avrdudess folder copied into C:\program files folder (which I created after installing windows), with my modified conf file, set the rights for the folder and the contents, run as admin etc and still produces the error. I tried numerous configuration for the access rights, no luck.

        Running the exe with the avrdudess folder in another partition or outside of the program files folder and works ok. Hurray!!!! Finally! My sanity was in jeopardy.

        Your latest packed avrdude (in v2.1) has still the old conf file. I guess you have to distribute it as is and any changes should be done in the official avrdude releases, to comply to the license. It’s weird that avrdude has those silly bugs in many AVRs configs for years and even the last update doesn’ fix them. Nobody has complained before to avrdude contributors? Even the ATmega328/P had bugs for a long time and they are maybe the most used AVRs among the hobbyist avrdude users because of the Arduino hype.

        By the way, the original write lock bits command in conf file suggested that the last 5 bits of the second byte are don’t care(x) values and it seem to be correct, since my modification is working, but the most correct command according to the datasheet seem to be this one (which works also):

        memory “lock”
        size = 1;
        write = “1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0″,
        “x x x x x x x x 1 1 1 1 1 1 i i”;

        read = “0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0″,
        “x x x x x x x x x x x x x x o o”;
        min_write_delay = 9000;
        max_write_delay = 9000;
        ;

        Again, thanx for your efforts. Great GUI!

        P.S.
        Did I mention that Windows are stupid?

  19. Brutus

    Fantastic tool, the interface is great and the possibility to save presets is awesome!

    However, the bit selector for the ATMega 328P I’m using is wrong, since the BOOTSZ bits are not on the E fuse, but on the H fuse.
    Is there a documentation somewhere to explain how to change that in the .conf file appart from reading the source code?
    I will send you the modified file once it works, of course.

    Once again, thanks for that great tool!

    1. Zak Kemble

      Glad you like the program :)
      The fuse bits are not stored in the .conf file, but are hard coded into the program here https://github.com/zkemble/AVRDUDESS/blob/master/src/avrdudess/FusesAndLocks.cs#L325
      At some point I’ll be making it load from a file instead.
      If you’ve got a GitHub account you can fork the project, fix it that bit, then do a pull request.

      1. Brutus

        Hello Zak,

        Can you include the following on your next version?
        signature=”1e950f”; // ATmega328P
        lockbits.Add(signature, “LB1,LB2,BLB01,BLB02,BLB11,BLB12,,”);
        fusebitslo.Add(signature, “CKSEL0,CKSEL1,CKSEL2,CKSEL3,SUT0,SUT1,CKOUT,CKDIV8″);
        fusebitshi.Add(signature, “BOOTRST,BOOTSZ0,BOOTSZ1,EESAVE,WDTON,,DWEN,RSTDISBL”);
        fusebitsext.Add(signature, “BODLEVEL0,BODLEVEL1,BODLEVEL2,,,,,”);

        This should correct the problem.

        Cheers.

        1. Zak Kemble

          Thanks, fix has been committed :)

  20. Cary

    Will not work with Windows 7. Comes up with message cannot locate a DLL File.

    Any help?

    Cary

    1. Zak Kemble

      If it’s saying that libusb0.dll is the file that is missing then you will need to download THIS. Extract libusb-win32-bin-1.2.6.0/bin/x86/libusb0_x86.dll to the folder you’re running AVRDUDESS from and rename it to libusb0.dll

  21. Spiki

    Hello Zak,
    I’m using your SW and I’m really really satisfied with it, but I think that there is a bug in BIT CLOCK (-B) settings: when I select 1.5MHz BitClock, in command line is shown “-c usbasp -P USB -B 0.5″, and when I select -B 500Hz, in command line is shown “-c usbasp -P USB -B 1500.0″.

    1. Zak Kemble

      Not a bug, that’s how it’s meant to work :P. The bit clock is the time of each clock cycle in microseconds. 0.5us = 2MHz, which gets rounded down to the nearest supported frequency which is 1.5MHz. 1500us = 666Hz, which when rounded down is 500Hz.

  22. irwant

    hai i’m newbie on ubuntu 13.10..
    i’m can’t open avrdude.
    Cannot open assembly ‘avrdudess.exe’: No such file or directory.
    please helpme :)

    1. Zak Kemble

      You need to install AVRDUDE first – sudo apt-get install avrdude

  23. perry-m

    Hi,

    How can I change the list of programmers?

    I need the folowing pinout

    #FTDI_Bitbang
    programmer
    id = “ftbb”;
    desc = “FT232R Synchronous BitBang”;
    type = ft245r;
    miso = 3; # CTS(11 PIN FT232R)
    sck = 5; # DSR(9 PIN FT232R)
    mosi = 6; # DCD(10 PIN FT232R)
    reset = 7; # RI (6 PIN FT232R)
    ;

    Is the list hardcoded?

    Thanks

    1. Zak Kemble

      Hey, AVRDUDESS gets all the programmers and MCUs from avrdude.conf. I believe the programmer you are looking for is called “Arduino: FT232R connected to ISP”.

    2. perry-m

      I’v made this config

      -c ftbb -p m8515 -P /dev/ttyUSB0 -b 9600 -U flash:r:”/home/perrym/Downloads/111.hex”:i

      In /etc/ avrdude.conf i found analog og ftbb – FT232 Synchro.. bitbang

      But i still get message Unable to detect MCU

      The same config works under Win7 from command line avrdude.exe

      1. Zak Kemble

        Try running the config from command line in Linux and see what it says. The version of AVRDUDE that most Linux distros have in their repositories is older than the one I’ve supplied with AVRDUDESS for Windows, so that may be problem.

        1. perry-m

          I added below placed text at the end of avrdude.conf and run it in console mode:

          programmer
          id = “ftdi”;
          desc = “SparkFun FTDI Basic Breakout”;
          type = ft245r;
          miso = 3; #
          sck = 5; #
          mosi = 6; #
          reset = 7; #
          ;

          So i got pass:

          root@perrym:/etc/avrdude/avrdude-5.10# sudo ./avrdude -C avrdude.conf -c ftdi -p m8515 -P /dev/ttyUSB0 -b 9600 -U flash:r:111.hex:i
          avrdude: BitBang OK
          avrdude: pin assign miso 3 sck 5 mosi 6 reset 7
          avrdude: drain OK

          ft245r: bitclk 230400 -> ft baud 115200
          avrdude: AVR device initialized and ready to accept instructions

          Reading | ################################################## | 100% 0.00s

          avrdude: Device signature = 0x1e9306
          avrdude: reading flash memory:

          Reading | ################################################## | 100% 1.48s

          avrdude: writing output file “111.hex”

          avrdude: safemode: Fuses OK

          avrdude done. Thank you.

          But the same settings with the same avrdude.conf in the AVRDUDESS gave me fail: Unable to detect MCU

          1. Zak Kemble

            Ah, AVRDUDESS uses a slightly different config when detecting MCU, see what this outputs -
            avrdude -C avrdude.conf -c ftdi -P /dev/ttyUSB0 -b 9600 -p m8

            Make sure to keep -p set to m8. Normally the MCU is not known, but AVRDUDE still needs -p set to something for it to work.

        2. perry-m

          Thank you for answer . I found the another solutiobn. I’ve download sources for avrdude 5.10 and took avrdude ELF and avrdude.conf from there.
          After replacing them in system AVRDUDESS returns expected result!

          Thanks a lot for good program!

  24. sandeep

    Thank you this saved us a lot of time. We want to customize it, we will update you whenever we do that

  25. Guenther-L. Haelke

    Thanks for such a great programm.
    I’ve was searching a long time to find an easy way for writing lockbits under Xubuntu – now i’ve found it.
    Thanks again.

  26. fikri

    is that support avr910 ? like downloader k125r . .

    1. Zak Kemble

      Yeah AVR910 is supported, set the programmer to “Atmel Low Cost Serial Programmer” and it should work.

  27. chipwitch

    One thing that might give users a problem, like it did me…

    The dropdown port is pre-populated with possible ports to use. In my case, they were all CAPS. Avrdude is case sensitive and kept throwing an error. An easy code fix.

    Until then, you can just type over it in small caps as the dropdown also allows you to enter your own port in addition to those displayed.

    1. Zak Kemble

      Hi, what OS are you using? Caps or not should only effect Linux, though port names are taken straight from the /dev/ file name so there shouldn’t be any issues there.

  28. chipwitch

    Hi Zak, now that I’ve successfully used Dudess, I really like it. Should have mentioned that to begin with.

    I’m running Win 7-64. I know very little about Linux, but I did know about case sensitivity. While the OS isn’t case sensitive, I’m guessing avrdude is recognizing the distinction when they parse. Afterall, they use same letter flags that are case sensitive. (-p -P, for example).

    1. Zak Kemble

      Glad you like it then :D I just tried COM, com, LPT and lpt and they all seemed to work for me on Win 7 x64, so I’m not sure why they’re not working on your setup. I don’t think avrdude does any checks or parsing on the port name, it just passes it on to the OS to deal with finding etc. and since it’s Windows it shouldn’t matter whether it’s caps or not.

      1. chipwitch

        Zak, I don’t know what to say. I just tried it again. It will NOT work when I select USB from the dropdown, but typing it in, fixes it. You’re welcom to email me if you have any further questions and feel like chasing it down. It really is a bug. Something in my system parameters somewhere perhaps, but those are the joys of software distribution…. so many system configurations to take into account.

        I even tried it in WinAVR. Using “usb” I can upload sketches. Hit (eliminate the chance for typos), cursor back, change “usb” to “USB” and I get –> ser_open(): can’t open device “USB”: the system cannot find the file specified.

        Maybe it has something to do with libusb? I’m using that to drive an AVRisp mkii.

        1. Zak Kemble

          Ah, USB, I don’t have any programmers that need to have the port set to USB so I wasn’t able to test that one, but it definitely seems that one needs to be lower case. I’ll get that fixed, thanks :)

      2. chipwitch

        Should have also mentioned, I MUST include the -P usb in avrdude. It’s supposed to default to my usb connection from what I understand but I get the same error if I omit the -P flag. Maybe this is really an avrdude problem, but it does affect your program :)

  29. chipwitch

    Zak, fyi… I just tried the previously mentioned, case sensitivity in avrdude with regard to the “usb” vs “USB” on a different computer. Both my Win 7-64 AND my WinXP require the right case for “usb.”

    1. Zak Kemble

      Yeah, seems ‘usb’ is a special one with avrdude. Lower case ‘usb’ will make avrdude use libusb, otherwise it tries to open it as a file/port.

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    […] You may have use the avrdude a lot, but you may not like the command line like us. So the avrdude GUI tool saved a lot of typing work, and give the options to choose directly. Here we recently found a new and better avrdude GUI tool here, called Avrdudess, which covers all the AVR chips and programmers, and using the latest avrdude version. So you can get this best version and drop all the others. See the screenshot and auther’s link here. […]

  7. Aggiornare firmware USBasp con Arduino | Black Stuff Labs

    […] 4. Scaricate ed installate AVRDUDESS (http://blog.zakkemble.co.uk/avrdudess-a-gui-for-avrdude/) […]

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