On Mon, Aug 24, 2009 at 1:49 AM, Weston T. Schmidt <weston_schmidt@alumni.purdue.edu> wrote:
George,

>From what I can tell, there isn't any eeprom available on the EVK1104 or the AT32UC3A3256.  Can you point me to where you found eeprom information on the AVR32's?
 
You are correct, there is no eeprom. I misinterpreted the screen output and thought there was a code error. I had expected to see a message in the form of "Invalid operation for selected processor" or something similiar.

Sorry for the noise.

  George.

--Wes


On 08/22/2009 05:59 PM, George Boudreau wrote:
Hi.
I am using version 0.5.2 build with GCC-4.2.3 against an EVK1104 with  the AT32UC3A3256 bootloader 1.0.3.

When I issue the cmd: dfu-programmer at32uc3a3256 dump-eeprom  (with size parameter)  it errors out with " Request for 0 bytes of memory failed" as expected.
However if I pass a number value the pgm exists and displays the help screen. It considers 'dump-eeprom 100' to be an error.

Am I missing something on the cmd line.

 George


On Sat, Aug 22, 2009 at 8:18 PM, Weston T. Schmidt <weston_schmidt@alumni.purdue.edu> wrote:
New in this release:

- AVR32 user flash writing is now supported - Zachary Clifford supplied this patch.
- AVR32 fuse setting/getting is now supported (minus BOD) - Zachary Clifford supplied this patch.
- STDIN as the data source is now supported - Zachary Clifford supplied this patch.
- Better windows support - Zachary Clifford supplied this patch.
- Larger sized images are now better supported.
- Memory overlap of the bootloader is now detected and configurable as an error - Brad Schick supplied this patch.
- Buffer overrun that caused seg fault is fixed.
- AVR32 user flash reading is now supported - Xavier Leprevost supplied this patch.
- Fixed AVR device support that got broken along the way.


Many thanks to Zachary, Brad&  Xavier for their work, and Steven Riedl his efforts helping identify and debug problems with the USBKEY devices.

Fedora 11 users, 0.5.2 should be available soon via 'yum update'



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