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arduino programmer

kalshagar - Arduino programmer

Purpose

I have a nice AVR ISP mkII and I'm living a happy relation ship with it, a nice menage a trois with Atmel Studio 6. But recently (2014/01/13) I bought a lucky bag at one of my favorites shop Akizukidenshi in Akihabara. Inside there was a handful of old discontinued ATmel chips like AT90S4414 or Attiny26L that can not be programmed with Atmel Studio 6.

Ok so solution is to use avrdude and the avg-gcc solution. So far so good. But to use the AVR ISP mkII I need to install alternate drivers, which I did try.
And there started problems: both drivers can't work at the same time (of course) means that I can use my programmer with Atmel Studio 6 or with avrdude, not both (unless some driver switching magic). So let's dig in that pile of various Arduinos I have and make something useful.

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