I don't know about WinAVR, but for linux, I did not need to install any
patches. I justed installed gcc for avr,
libc, and the binutils and I'm up and running fine. This was just a
couple weeks ago using Fedora--which is similar to redhat. My
installation procedure is outlined here:
rajeev joshi wrote:
I am new to this maling
list .actually I am doing a project on AVR microcontrollers, but i m
surrounded by number of queries,
1. which are the patches necessary for avr-gcc,which version should i
2. the patches available on net are compatible to which
linux kernel , r they compatible
with kernel 2.6 or 2.4.
3. The patches are compatible with which linux core ,i have SUSE or i
have to install red hat
4.While working on windows which compiler, simulator shpuld use ,right
now i m having codevision AVR ,AVR studio .
5. But i m not gettin how to work on WINAVR .
please provide me your help ,
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