Developing for AVR Article in Linux Journal

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For the Linux people out there, Linux Journal (http://www.linuxjournal.com) has an article by Patrick Deegan in the February 2005 issue titled Developing for the Atmel AVR Microcontroller on Linux.

Looks to be the complete how-to on setting up to develop code under Linux for the AVR platform.

Here's how Freaks is listed in the online resources section: "AVR Freaks, freakishly into AVRs. Check out their device comparator and AVR academy: www.avrfreaks.com."

Here is the link to the online resources for AVR page: http://interactive.linuxjournal.com/article/7920

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Can't see the article because I'm not a member.

Anybody have a free link?

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Edit: I thought this was the article but opened it up and it's just the source code for some projects discussed in the article.

I can't find a link to the article itself. Might show up later on the web site though. The issue is on stands now and has a big yellow, white, and black D-BUS sign on the cover against a blue background. It looks like a really good article.

ftp://ftp.ssc.com/pub/lj/listings/issue130/7289.tgz

Macs and Linux systems should be able to open it right up but not sure about Windows systems... If they can't, I'm sure there is a utility somewhere for Windows that will open it.

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refields wrote:
Edit: I thought this was the article but opened it up and it's just the source code for some projects discussed in the article.

That's what I found too.

refields wrote:

ftp://ftp.ssc.com/pub/lj/listings/issue130/7289.tgz

Macs and Linux systems should be able to open it right up but not sure about Windows systems... If they can't, I'm sure there is a utility somewhere for Windows that will open it.

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