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  • Program ATmega 328 using arduino (Arduino as ISP)

    Hello,Thank you for your answers.Concerning my question #2, I found an interesting website.<http://www.notesandvolts.com/2013/01/fun-with-arduino-arduino-as-isp.html> wrote :Since we are using the SPI interface to program the chip, we don't need the Bootloader.It also wrote that burning a bootloader (and then erasing it) was an easy way to set the fusebits correctly.

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  • Program ATmega 328 using arduino (Arduino as ISP)

    Hello !Thanks a lot for this brilliant howto !I have questions, though.1. Other howtos advise the use of an ATmega328-PU microcontroller. What variation of the ATmega328 do you advise ? Why ?2. In the following video <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=30rPt802n1k> "How-To: Shrinkify Your Arduino Projects", an Arduino is used as an ISP to program an ATtiny85. No bootloader install is mentioned. Is it really necessary to burn a bootloader to do the same with an ATmega328 ? Why ?3. My board is a Genuino Uno R3. I would like my standalone microcontroller to be as close to my Uno R3 as possible. Your step 3 advises to choose "Arduino Duemilanove or Diecimila" board. Should I switch to "Arduino/Genuino Uno", or stick to your howto ? Why ?Again, thanks a lot !...

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    Hello !Thanks a lot for this brilliant howto !I have questions, though.1. Other howtos advise the use of an ATmega328-PU microcontroller. What variation of the ATmega328 do you advise ? Why ?2. In the following video <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=30rPt802n1k> "How-To: Shrinkify Your Arduino Projects", an Arduino is used as an ISP to program an ATtiny85. No bootloader install is mentioned. Is it really necessary to burn a bootloader to do the same with an ATmega328 ? Why ?3. My board is a Genuino Uno R3. I would like my standalone microcontroller to be as close to my Uno R3 as possible. Your step 3 advises to choose "Arduino Duemilanove or Diecimila" board. Should I switch to "Arduino/Genuino Uno", or stick to your howto ? Why ?Again, thanks a lot !Cobus.

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