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update arduino flash post with info about ftdi chips in wiki

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ansemjo committed Jan 22, 2020
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**Update:** I found out that you can also use FTDI breakout boards like the
[SparkFun FT232RL][sparkfun] or [Adafruit FT232H][adafruit]. The drivers come
preinstalled on Linux. I've documented the cabling and configuation [in my wiki][wiki].

[sparkfun]: https://www.sparkfun.com/products/12731 "SparkFun USB to Serial Breakout - FT232RL"
[adafruit]: https://www.adafruit.com/product/2264 "Adafruit FT232H Breakout - General Purpose USB to GPIO+SPI+I2C"
[wiki]: https://ansemjo.github.io/wiki/tips/arduino.html "Arduino Tips - ansemjo's docs"

Luckily I purchased a Raspberry Pi Zero W shortly before and I've quickly found
configuration examples how to use GPIO pins to program an Arduino. Most examples
use pins spread all around the header though and I wanted to use a more compact

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