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After installing the new AVR-Studio 4.14 I realized a new icon (the blue one in center). It links to a FLexible In-system Programmer named FLIP. Looks interesting - ends up in middle of the 8051 section of Atmels Web. There is a host part for a bootloader for 8051 as well as some At Megas (CAN, USB) but not for the ordinary ones - but mentions a RS232 IF too.

Has anyone played with this? Any more details on the bootloader required for the AVR side?

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kschwiRG wrote:
Has anyone played with this? Any more details on the bootloader required for the AVR side?
Yes, I've used FLIP to program the Atmel USBKEY and STK525. The USB AVR's come from the factory with the DFU bootloader active. Here's more details: http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resourc...

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kschwiRG wrote:
It links to a FLexible In-system Programmer named FLIP.
Awwwww! :evil: And it could have so easily been FLISP!

(No, I don't know what a FLISP is, but it sounds cool. :wink:. Maybe something that goes with EMACS. Or pancakes.)

Stu

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hello everyone...
I m using AT90CAN128 controller for my project. So will it be possible to read the checksum of the already compiled code present in the flash memory of the chip using FLIP???
kindly reply ASAP.

Regards
Hrdish

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