After developing with AVRStudio (4, 5, 6 and now 7) under windows, I see myself now compelled to develop under linux. The project involves armhf devices communicating with several AVR mcu's.
The problem is I don't know how to setup/configure Eclipse (avr-gdb ? avarice? AVRDude?) to talk to my dragon. I'm sure the dragon is connected correctly, this is the output of avarice on the command line :
(I hide the Dragon's serial number)
paul@debian64:~$ sudo avarice -g [sudo] password for paul: AVaRICE version 2.11, Dec 22 2013 18:22:47 Defaulting JTAG bitrate to 250 kHz. JTAG config starting. Found a device: AVRDRAGON Serial number: xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx Reported JTAG device ID: 0x9587 Configured for device ID: 0x9587 atmega32u4 JTAG config complete. paul@debian64:~$
first, If running the command without sudo the usb device (dragon) isn't found, so this has something to do with access rights I suppose....
second, I installed AVR Eclipse Plugin (Version 2.4.1), but the only option I see is using avrdude....
I Googled around but to no avail....
Any Help is very welcome.
Host OS = Windows 10 Pro 64bit
Guest OS = Debian 8 64bit
Thanks in advance,