not your usual comms problem

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blymn
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not your usual comms problem

Post by blymn » Tue Jun 12, 2012 12:42 pm

I am playing with a leostick, trying to get things working under NetBSD instead of Linux. I have fixed the NetBSD umodem driver so that it now attaches the virtual comm port when the leostick is inserted. I can run the Linux arduino IDE fine on NetBSD apart from it refusing to find any serial ports. I used the IDE to build the blink test sketch and after a bit of fumbling around I managed to upload the sketch shortly after I reset the leostick (i.e. when the boot loader is active) using avrdude. The sketch looks to be running fine - I have a 1 second blink on the red led but now it looks like the only way that I can upload a new sketch is to reset the leostick and do the load during the bootloader. Am I stuck doing this or is there something I am missing?

blymn
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Re: not your usual comms problem

Post by blymn » Tue Jun 12, 2012 1:26 pm

ahhh... nevermind. I found that if I set the baud rate to 1200 with avrdude the sketch will upload when another one is running.

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