UC3L4 Workflow On Linux (Ubuntu 12.04 x64)

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I usually try to develop on Linux whenever possible. Has anyone found a good workflow for AVR32?

I have found the GCC toolchain for Linux, but it seems to not have avr32program anymore. What is the point of the toolchain if you can't program the device?

I am trying to develop for the ATUC128L4 by programming with the AVR Dragon via awire.

Also, does anyone have an example project or workflow for using ASF standalone without Atmel Studio?

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agoessling wrote:
I have found the GCC toolchain for Linux, but it seems to not have avr32program anymore. What is the point of the toolchain if you can't program the device?

avr32program is not part of gcc, use the binary from avr32 studio or install it in your Linux distribution.

ASF standalone, avr32 studio, avr32-gcc, bash, make, srecord, ...

all you need is available on Linux!

-sb

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Sorry I didn't get where I could find avr32program.
There is an avrprog package in debian but it seems it is for the 8bit series.

Avr32 Studio is not supported anymore. Is there preferably an official place where to download the most recent version of avr32program that support all the latest chips?

thanks

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Bump,  Anyone have any information regarding this?

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There's Aery32 but it uses DFU to load the UC3.

Aery32

Eclipse Juno

http://aery32.readthedocs.org/en/latest/use_with_eclipse.html

Aery32

Quick Start

http://www.aery32.com/quick-start/

Aery32

How to install AVR 32-bit Toolchain on Linux

http://devzone.aery32.com/2012/07/06/how-to-install-avr-32-bit-toolchain-on-linux/

 

"Dare to be naïve." - Buckminster Fuller

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I have seen those posts.  They are helpful for the GCC toolchain, but dfu-programmer only supports a handful of avr32 parts. :/