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2002\07\02@125342 by Dave Roseman

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Hi,

I am quite new to PICs, but not to electronics, so I am looking for schematics for programmer hardware, and I have found two from David Tait and PICALL.

The problem with these is that the programmer software for these both run primarily on the Windows/DOS OS.  I use Linux as well as Windows, so I was hoping for something with an alternative for linux.  
Are there any programmers out there for Linux, or do i just have to run it on windows?

Dave
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2002\07\02@131029 by Pic Dude

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Same thing I do -- I use a homebuilt Tait programmer on
Linux with PP 0.6.  Works well.

Cheers,
-Neil.



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2002\07\02@170052 by Byron A Jeff

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On Tue, Jul 02, 2002 at 05:28:22PM +0100, Dave Roseman wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I am quite new to PICs, but not to electronics, so I am looking for
>schematics for programmer hardware, and I have found two from David Tait and
> PICALL.

If you can live with working on 16F628 and 16F877 style hardware and can afford
to give up an I/O pin then my Trivial LVP programmer can be helpful:

http://www.finitesite.com/d3jsys

>
> The problem with these is that the programmer software for these both run
> primarily on the Windows/DOS OS.  I use Linux as well as Windows, so I was
> hoping for something with an alternative for linux.
>
> Are there any programmers out there for Linux, or do i just have to run it
> on windows?

Any Tait style parallel programmer will work fine. Personally I use one of the
modified versions of Brian Lane's picprg software. You can find it on my page
listed above. I've recently done some work on it (my 2.3d version) that works
with the current 2.4 kernels, autodetects the chip to be programmed, and will
reconfigure the programming screen to show the config bits for the part to be
programmed.

Anyway have a look and feel free to either drop me an E-mail or drop a line
on my forum, which I have a script that checks for new post every 3 hours.

Hope this helps,

BAJ

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2002\07\02@175056 by Brandon Fosdick

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Dave Roseman wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> I am quite new to PICs, but not to electronics, so I am looking for schematics for programmer hardware, and I have found two from David Tait and PICALL.
>
> The problem with these is that the programmer software for these both run primarily on the Windows/DOS OS.  I use Linux as well as Windows, so I was hoping for something with an alternative for linux.
>
> Are there any programmers out there for Linux, or do i just have to run it on windows?

I use the Pocket programmer (http://www.bubblesoftonline.com). It comes with
windows software but I wrote my own for FreeBSD. It may or may not work with
Linux, I don't have a linux box to test on. The code isn't really done yet (I've
been working on other things), but if you want to take a look its at
http://terrandev.com/~bfoz/pocket

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