1) Not sure where to put this topic since it is avarice (debug) related, so feel free to move moderators
2) Question below is kinda related to topic https://www.avrfreaks.net/forum/...
Since it has been several years since I last time used any AVR devices I had to setup all the toolchains again, including avarice, on my linux.
Thats not a big issue, I was able to rebuild all tools, and I learned, as seen from the refereed topic above, whit great help, to add support for atmega324pb both for the compiler and for avrdude.
But for avarice (version 327) I see the latest release was back in 2016 and thus support for atmega324pb is missing. Is avarice deprecated or is it simply moved to another repository?
I was able to use code::blocks as my IDE and to connect to target with avarice and avr-gdb. But for avarice I had to use atmega16 as device since no atmega324 variants where recognized.
This works partly but it is not very stable. How may I add new devices to avarice? Any tutorials ?
And since at it, Is there anyone else still developing on Linux using avrdude and avarice with mkII as I try to?
Something tells me that I might should have been using an older AVR device which is supported by the current releases of avrdude and avarice.
Seems that people have been giving up the fight for freedom and now everybody spend their life in the pocket of Microsoft, or is there other
tools that may be used to develop and debug in the Linux environment for AVR devices?
Normally I use SEGGER and ARM for which there is plenty of options, but I would like to have better support for AVR devices too.