I've been reading documentation on fuse bits and apparently things go terribly wrong if they are set incorrectly. Unfortunately I can't retrieve exactly what I set them to (I was fairly confident I had set them to the values indicated on the wiki, but i may have type in an error). If you know any ways to reset the fuse bits, maybe I could get it working by just reentering the values they should be.
the setup I have is Robostix---tweener---gumstix
I just tried to plug in the power jack on both the tweener and the gumstix and had the same problems....
MarkOn 6/9/06, Dave Hylands <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:Hi Mark,
On 6/9/06, Mark Yatskar <email@example.com> wrote:
> I've been trying to setup the Robostix-Gumstix configuration where the
> gumstix programs the robostix and I have run into a problem. Before i set
> the fuses the command "./uisp" was correctly returning that it could see the
> AVR. After, i get the following error:
> An error has occured during theAVR initialization
> *Target status:
> Vendor Code = 0xff, Part Family = 0xff, Part Number = 0xff
> Check if the programmer is properly connect.
> The wiring may be incorrect or target might be 'damaged'.
> The wiki says that this is a set up problem with jumpers. I checked the
> jumpers and I am confident that they are correct. Furthermore, the jumper
> setup was correct before because "./uisp" was working properly. I know
> someone else had a similar problem to my own in the thread with subject:
> "i2c and robostix -- can't get i2c-io.hex loaded at 2am". I didn't manage to
> pick out an answer from this thread.
Hmm. How are things being powered? I seem to recall that several
people have had problems that wound up being having the power jack
plugged into a board off the 92 pin connector rather than off the
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