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  • True Atmega Standalone, Running without crystal oscillator (Arduino)

    Just a heads up... I discovered a missing line in the linked board file (boards.txt inside Breadboard.zip). I added this line to the file and now I'm happily uploading to my 328p chips with IDE 1.6.8:atmega328bb.upload.maximum_data_size=2048Hopefully others may read this and avoid the hours of headache I went through troubleshooting serial upload errors. Regardless, thanks to the OP for sharing... this instructible taught me how to do custom boards with the new IDE (I was using 1.0.5 for custom boards until your I read this LOL... so much easier now THANKS!).

    Just a heads up... I discovered a missing line in the linked board file (boards.txt inside Breadboard.zip). I added this line to the file and now I'm happily uploading to my 328p chips:atmega328bb.upload.maximum_data_size=2048Hopefully others may read this and avoid the hours of headache I went through troubleshooting serial upload errors. Regardless, thanks to the OP for sharing... this instructible taught me how to do custom boards with the new IDE (I was using 1.0.5 for custom boards until your I read this LOL... so much easier now THANKS!).

    The 168 and 328 use the same bootloader:ATmegaBOOT_168_atmega328_pro_8MHz.hexI believe vanofham's problem was in the coding:avrdude -m328pshould be something like (for the 168):avrdude -m168;)

    AFAIK in this context the 168 and 328 use the same bootloader:ATmegaBOOT_168_atmega328_pro_8MHz.hexDid you use the right part code (-pm168)? In my avrdude.conf there is an entry for the 168 which has the line:signature = 0x1e 0x94 0x06;

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