If anyone wants to try out this debian install package go ahead :-)
This binary install is based on the files made from the install script in the sticky.
Dated : 03-Nov-2009
Named : build-avr-gcc-4.3.3-libc-1.6.7-insight6.8-arch25-fix-avarice-fix.zip
Updated the ".deb" install package , w. a new avrdude binary , containing a PDI patch , and a dragon ISP crash fix. (See .txt file in the download site)
Updated the ".deb" install package , w. a new avrdude binary , containing a PDI patch. (See .txt file in the download site)
A big thank you to my .deb "beta tester" , and .deb bandwidth hoster clawson.
Get the package here.
Note: It installs all files into /usr/local/avr prob. with overwrite.
When uninstalling/removing it complains about /usr & /usr/local not being empty , and not removed.
But that is a known message , and has to do with the files in there not being in the install database.
clawson has confirmed that it only removes what it has installed.
Let me hear if anything is seriously wrong :-)
Btw: The package was build on Ubuntu 8.04 , but clawson tested on a 9.10.
I am not sure if it requires an I686 to run , i think it autodetected my build-pc as a I686. And i'm still searching for a way how to tell the different "./configure" to compile for an I386 Host , but an AVR target.
Edit: You will have to modify your path manually.
I have an avr user on my Linux-box for doing avr development , i have added this to my .bash_profile in my /home/avr directory , it sets up the path to avr-gcc.
# User specific environment and startup programs