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Re: [avr-gcc-list] ok, so this message *is* off-topic

From: Graham Davies
Subject: Re: [avr-gcc-list] ok, so this message *is* off-topic
Date: Tue, 16 Nov 2004 18:40:25 -0500

I think this group is mainly for those who can put their faces under water.
If you're just getting your feet wet, perhaps the Yahoo! discussion group
AVR-Chat would be a better place to begin.  If you look on my Web site you
will find out quite a bit about JTAG and ICE, including the fact that I sell
one.  If you have an AVR Butterfly, even better because I have a Butterfly
Carrier that will turn it into a complete development system with power
supply, DB9 serial connector and JTAG ICE header, etc.  I should shut up
about this now or I'll get thrown out for advertising.


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Subject: [avr-gcc-list] ok, so this message *is* off-topic

> I'm a programmer who's getting his feet wet with microcontroller
> hardware and programming.  I don't understand all this stuff about
> jtag, ice, isp, etc.  When I see remarks on the Atmel page about how a
> "programmer isn't needed" my reaction is "I'm not needed?" but
> obviously they're talking about something else.
> I've been looking at the AVR book by Dhananjay Gadre which I'll
> eventually probably buy but as basic as that book is even he assumes
> more knowledge about this stuff than I have.
> Is there a web page or something that explains this stuff?  Ideally in
> a generic way not specific to any microcontroller, and with specific
> examples for various popular microcontrollers.
> (For example, I'm ordering an AVR Butterfly but have no idea what to
> do to be able to download code to it.)

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