USBFOO as AVRISPmkII with LUFA ?

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Hello,
I have a USBFOO board and would like to use it as AVRISPmkII (with LUFA)that works?
I have the LUFA Project Compiles (AVRISPmkII) and programmed on the board, Windows detect the board as AVRISPmkII and AVRStudio finds a AVRISPmkII but I can not read a signature, or I can not program a controller.

Can someone help me?
Is even possible the USBFOO board as AVRISPmkII?

Thank you
Martin

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any ideas?

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any ideas?

Wait for Australia to wake up ;-)

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Wait for Australia to wake up

ok Thank you

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Moooorrnniinngg!

Yes, the USBFOO should work fine, assuming you have correctly set the makefile up for your AVR model, board and F_CPU.

Once compiled and loaded, you should be able to connect your programmer to the target - PB4 is by default the target's /RESET line controller, and the SPI pins are use for ISP programming. For PDI/TPI, use the AVR's UART pins along with PB4.

- Dean :twisted:

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Hello Dean,
Thank you for your help!!
Yes all is correctly board name, frequency etc.

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- PB4 is by default the target's /RESET line controller, and the SPI pins are use for ISP programming.

hmmm PB4 ? I was thinking the normaly line reset from programmer PC1 (PIN 24) :shock:
Martin

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I mean it:

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abcminiuser wrote:
- PB4 is by default the target's /RESET line controller, and the SPI pins are use for ISP programming.
- Dean :twisted:

YESSSSS !!
I have now PB4 as RESET line and... now working FINE
Thank you for you Help Dean!

Martin