Atmel AVR ONE! Debugger (FREE)

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Hi all,

 

Anyone interested in an AVRONE! debugger?  I've got a bunch on hand.

 

They're free of charge (you pay postage, or even better pick up in person if you're around Southampton) though if you're feeling generous you can make a charitable donation to SSJ (https://ssj.org.uk).

 

Let me know

 

Best regards,

Jamil

Last Edited: Mon. Oct 7, 2019 - 02:04 PM
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And a few other bits...

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Southampton, eh ... are they having a clear-out at Whiteley ... ?

 

wink

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When this was first posted the Location was "Nigeria" - do you own a teleport ?

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clawson wrote:
do you own a teleport ?

Wouldn't need to charge shipping then!

 

laugh

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Just old stuff that was going int the bin...

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Lol

Just haven't updated my profile since I posted my last project (2003 maybe?)

 

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I don't know if the AVRONE has still got drivers.

But the JTAGICE-mkII should work with AS7.0

 

I am amazed at how virginal the AVRONEs and JTAGICEs look.

Did you have any real Engineers or real Students ?

 

David.

Last Edited: Mon. Oct 7, 2019 - 03:37 PM
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AVRONEs work with as7 as well.

 

The imaginary engineers came up with much cooler stuff, but they became very negative when told they needed to fit in square boxes cheeky

 

Jamil

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does any of this work under Linux?

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IPguru wrote:
does any of this work under Linux?
"Possibly". Microchip/Atmel are porting things from Windows AS7 to multi-platform MPLABX so you may find that MPLABX for Linux can support AVrOne! and others.

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Legacy tools are unlikely in MPLAB X.

https://www.avrfreaks.net/forum/using-avrisp-mk2-mplab-x-ide#comment-2696811

 

IIRC, there's an AVR32 Studio 2.7 "somewhere" (Eclipse Marketplace?)

AVR and SAM Downloads Archive | Microchip Technology

[mid-page]

 

AVR32 Studio 2.6

 

"Dare to be naïve." - Buckminster Fuller

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mjag17 wrote:

Hi all,

 

Anyone interested in an AVRONE! debugger?  I've got a bunch on hand.

 

They're free of charge (you pay postage, or even better pick up in person if you're around Southampton) though if you're feeling generous you can make a charitable donation to SSJ (https://ssj.org.uk).

 

Let me know

 

Best regards,

Jamil

 

 

Got any real AVRISP MKII programmers?

 

Gentlemen may prefer Blondes, but Real Men prefer Redheads!

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No AVRISPs, sorry

 

Jamil

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"Dare to be naïve." - Buckminster Fuller

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Joined: Tue. May 22, 2001

 Are you the first member?  That date goes all the way to the basement. 

When in the dark remember-the future looks brighter than ever.   I look forward to being able to predict the future!

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laugh I think I lurked around avrfreaks a year or so before registering (was it even up that long? I don't remember).  There were already at least a few dozen projects up by then.

 

Jamil