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[avr-gcc-list] hello world

From: douglas irving repetto
Subject: [avr-gcc-list] hello world
Date: Tue Jan 16 12:18:04 2001


i've been using avrstudio on windows for awhile, but would like to move
my avr work to linux and start doing some work in C instead of asm.
however, i'm finding it difficult to figure out where to start, and i
can't find some basic info on the web. i've found the installation
guides, but not the how-tos. i 

could someone post a simple step-by step explanation of how to go from a
simple C program (LED flashing or something) to running that program on
an avr chip? that probably sounds like a stupid request, but it would
really be helpful, and i imagine there are others that would benefit
from such a thing...


void main ()

        //here's how you blink an LED
        blah blah blah

void blinkit()
        blah blah blah


> gcc helloworld.c -o helloworld -lblahblahblah



i've just downloaded and installed the rpm packages. i'm on a RH6.2 box,
but have access to other configs if needed. i have an old atmel AVR
board and a new STK200.

of course, if this already exists and i've missed, i'd love to have a

thanks a lot,

                        douglas irving repetto 

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