[time-nuts] PIC Programmer for Piklab in Linux?
bob at evoria.net
Sun May 18 12:05:39 EDT 2014
The Pickit2 configuration choices were a bit confusing, so I decided to order a different serial board that contains actual 16550s. Now that I've had a chance to assimilate what I've learned, the problem is traced to the 3 Volt 3243 chips that are in today's serial boards. After doing more searching, I found a post by Roberto, EB4EQA on QSL.net where he made an booster to get around the problem. If the new serial board doesn't work out, Roberto's booster looks simple enough to hack together and I can continue to put off switching from my trusty old JDM. I may make 2 of them so I can get LIRC pulled off of the motherboard port, as well.
From: Rudolf Bodocsi <rudolf at bodocsi.net>
To: time-nuts at febo.com
Sent: Sunday, May 18, 2014 1:27 AM
Subject: Re: [time-nuts] PIC Programmer for Piklab in Linux?
You can use Pickit2 usb programmer. I used in ubuntu without any
problem. Piklab can use with 1.x firmware version. If you want to use
Pickit2 with latest firmware than you need to use microchip linux program.
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