RFM12B and Atmel ISP programmer shield for Raspberry Pi
Use the patched version of avrdude from http://project-downloads.drogon.net/files/. I suggest copying the .avrduderc file from the avrdude directory in this repository to your home directory. It will create create the correct definitions for two new programmers, gpio0 for the onboard microcontroller and gpio1 for programming other microcontrollers.
Using the Arduino IDE
If you do not have a
hardware directory inside your Arduino
then create one. Copy the raspi directory and its entire contents to the hardware directory. Restart the
Arduino IDE. You should now have two new board options,
ATmega328 @ 8MHz on RasPi and
ATmega328P @ 8MHz on RasPi. Select the one which matches the microcontroller. There are also two new
Raspberry Pi GPIO (onboard) and
Raspberry Pi GPIO (external ISP).
The onboard one will be used automatically to upload new sketches to the RFM12B/ISP shield. The external ISP
programmer can be selected to program other microcontrollers from within the Arduino IDE.
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