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Sign in to view. Output from Arduino Studio in Windows avrdude: Version 6. I upgrade my avrdude on my raspberry pi also to version 6. I can try this but compiling isn't the problem. Also the Pi.
Note: if i unbox a new nano, the first upload works. A manuell call of avrdude 6.
Change the programmer to avrispmkII didn't help. But get different error. I haven't tried the other targets but this does seem concerning.
My test enviroments: Windows is using the 4. Linux Ubuntu I've attached the Makefile and. I did modify the Makefile so that the "all" target builds all the targets rather than do nothing. Now it compiles. Please report back if the bootloader works for you.
It should So this will be more ammunition to throw at getting the code fixed. I tried these same exact steps in Windows XP, and the upload was successful, so I must not have Fedora configured correctly.
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I followed the Arduino Playground instructions , installing the client using yum and adding my user ID to the groups uucp , lock and dialout. Check if you have any jumpers connected to the digital pins 0 or 1.
Those pins have also serial communication functions. And because you are uploading on the arduino board, using the serial connection provided by the usb cable, you don't want the board's serial port to be engaged in other activities via pins 0 or 1. This sounds like it was probably caused by a bug that was present in avrdude at the time. A simple yum update avrdude should now fix it.
For me changing USB cable fix this error. In my Ubuntu I'm guessing that this may be the case in my system where I had an other device at the same USB port before plugging Arduino there. It may be that after restart the situation might be different, don't know haven't tested.
But whatever is the cause the good news is that the problem can be solved.
Since this question was posted, a new stable version of Arduino has been released. They are now on 1. I was using Ubuntu If you have a USBasp programmer or other type of ICSP programmer plugged into your Arduino board but not plugged into your PC , because you just used it to flash the bootloader of your Arduino board, unplug it from the Arduino.
Now uploading works with the USBasp programmer lying on the bench with all but the 5V pin still connected to the Arduino.
Double check COM3 is also listed in device manager menu of windows. Learn more. First 10 Free.