sparkfan1

Member Since: November 21, 2010

Country: United States

  • will this cable work with a beaglebone black?

  • Can I connect this to an Arduino Ethernet? Are the pins in the correct places?

  • Nevermind-I found it: whichever way the green power LED comes on. Hah!

  • I am at Starbucks and don’t have a multimeter with me. Which way does the 6-pin connector go on an UNO?

  • It’s great to see somebody pursuing his passion and becoming so successful. Congratulations and keep on going!

  • So I can’t use this shield with an off-the-shelf POE router because the router provides 48 volts, and expects a negotiation protocol? How much trouble would it be to add this capability?

  • This experience epitomizes how lawyers and scavengers are ruining this country. You can’t even give something away for free without worrying about a lawsuit. The people who create things and are productive are circled by lawyer vultures who have no regard for ethics or any greater good.

  • This programmer worked flawlessly for me, using Ubuntu 11.04 and the avrdude method to burn an Arduino Uno bootloader. One little note: you have to be in super user mode, so the comands are:

    sudo avrdude -b 19200 -c usbtiny -p m328p -v -e -U efuse:w:0x05:m -U hfuse:w:0xD6:m -U lfuse:w:0xFF:m

    and

    sudo avrdude -b19200 -c usbtiny -p m328p -v -e -U flash:w:optiboot_atmega328.hex -U lock:w:0x0F:m

    I don’t know how to tell the Arduino IDE to issue an external command in super user mode, so I can’t use the IDE to burn. However, now that I got the command line method working (3 minutes after unpacking the programmer), I prefer the flexibility of specifying the hex file anyways. Great device. Previously, I spent two weeks trying to burn the bootloader with the “Arduino as ISP” method, but with this device, it worked right away.

  • This programmer worked flawlessly for me, using Ubuntu 11.04 and the avrdude method to burn an Arduino Uno bootloader. One little note: you have to be in super user mode, so the comands are:

    sudo avrdude -b 19200 -c usbtiny -p m328p -v -e -U efuse:w:0x05:m -U hfuse:w:0xD6:m -U lfuse:w:0xFF:m

    and

    sudo avrdude -b19200 -c usbtiny -p m328p -v -e -U flash:w:optiboot_atmega328.hex -U lock:w:0x0F:m

    I don’t know how to tell the Arduino IDE to issue an external command in super user mode, so I can’t use the IDE to burn. However, now that I got the command line method working (3 minutes after unpacking the programmer), I prefer the flexibility of specifying the hex file anyways. Great device. Previously, I spent two weeks trying to burn the bootloader with the “Arduino as ISP” method, but with this device, it worked right away.

  • have you checked the tutorial?

    http://www.sparkfun.com/tutorials/247

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