avrdragon/avrdude problem in Linux VM on windows XP

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Hello,

My laptop natively runs windows XP. On top of that I run vmware server (1.0.6) and have two virtual Linux machines. An Ubuntu 7.10 and an Ubuntu 8.0.4, both the Desktop flavor. On both VMs I run into an identical problem.

vmware sees an Atmel USB Device . And I selected it and did (as a user, I did the /etc/udev/rules.d/50-avrtools.rules fix).

$ avrdude -p m645 -c dragon_jtag -P usb -t

For the result see the attachment avrdude_dragon.out . This file also containts the same invocation, but then with a bunch of -v's behind it.

Does someone know how to fix this?

Best regards,

Edwin

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Does someone know how to fix this?

Well the easy way is to do your programming using AVR Studio in the Windows host.

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Hi Clawson,

Thanks for your reply.

You are right, at least in the case that my laptop is used for development. I did not give you the whole story. I want to make a virtual machine (Linux, Ubuntu) with a complete operational development environement that I can distribute to whatever platform is supported by vmware server.

So, the only thing that I want to do on the host is to make it the host, that is, install vmware server.

Best reagards,

Edwin