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Synopsis

uisp [OPTION].. -dprog=TYPE -dpart=AT90XXX --FUNCTION.. [if=SOURCE] [of=DEST]

Description

Programming Methods

-dprog=avr910|pavr|stk500

avr910
Standard Atmel Serial Programmer/Atmel Low Cost Programmer
pavr
http://www.avr1.org/pavr/pavr.html
stk500
Atmel STK500

-dprog=dapa|stk200|abb|atdh|avrisp|bsd|fbprg|dt006|maxi|dm04|dasa|dasa2|dasa3

dapa
Direct AVR Parallel Access
stk200
Parallel Starter Kit STK200, STK300
abb
Altera ByteBlasterMV Parallel Port Download Cable
atdh
Atmel-ISP Download Cable (P/N ATDH1150VPC)
avrisp
Atmel AVR ISP (?)
bsd
http://www.bsdhome.com/avrdude/ (parallel)
fbprg
http://ln.com.ua/~real/avreal/adapters.… (parallel)
dt006
http://www.dontronics.com/dt006.html (parallel)
maxi
Investment Technologies Maxi (parallel)
dm04
Datamekatronik 2004 (parallel)
dasa
serial (RESET=RTS SCK=DTR MOSI=TXD MISO=CTS)
dasa2
serial (RESET=!TXD SCK=RTS MOSI=DTR MISO=CTS)
dasa3
serial (RESET=!DTR SCK=RTS MOSI=TXD MISO=CTS)

Target Device Selection

-dpart=part
Set target abbreviated name or number. For some programmers, if -dpart is not given programmer's supported devices are listed. Set -dpart=auto for auto-select. Auto-select does not work with all programmers, so it is recommended to always specify a target device explicitly.

Parallel Device Settings

-dlpt=address|device name
specify device name (Linux ppdev, FreeBSD ppi, serial) or direct I/O parallel port address (0x378, 0x278, 0x3BC)
-dno-poll
Program without data polling (a little slower)
-dno-retry
Disable retries of program enable command
-dvoltage=value
Set timing specs according to the power supply voltage in [V] (default 3.0)
-dt_sck=time
Set minimum SCK high/low time in micro-seconds (default 5)
-dt_wd_flash=time
Set FLASH maximum write delay time in micro-seconds
-dt_wd_eeprom=time
Set EEPROM maximum write delay time in micro-seconds
-dt_reset=time
Set reset inactive (high) time in micro-seconds
-dinvert=[sck[,mosi[,miso[,reset]]]]]
Invert specified lines Use -v=3 option to see current settings.
-d89
Allow parallel programming of AT89S51 and AT89S52 devices.

Atmel Low Cost Programmer Serial Device Settings

-dserial=device name
Set serial interface as /dev/ttyS* (default /dev/avr)
-dspeed=1200|2400|4800|9600|19200|38400|57600|115200
Set speed of the serial interface (default 19200)

Stk500 specific options

-dhiv
Use Hi-V programming instead of SPI (default is SPI).
--rd_aref
Read the ARef Voltage. Note that due to a bug in the stk500 firmware, the read value is sometimes off by 0.1 from the actual value measured with a volt meter.
--wr_aref=value
Set the ARef Voltage. Valid values are 0.0 to 6.0 volts in 0.1 volt increments. Value can not be larger than the VTarget value.
--rd_vtg
Read the Vtarget Voltage. Note that due to a bug in the stk500 firmware, the read value is sometimes off by 0.1 from the actual value measured with a volt meter.
--wr_vtg=value
Set the VTarget Voltage. Valid values are 0.0 to 6.0 volts in 0.1 volt increments. Value can not be smaller than the ARef value.
--rd_osc
Read the oscillator frequency in Hertz.
--wr_osc=value
Set the oscillator frequency in Hertz, from 14.06 to 3686400.

Functions

--upload
Upload "input_file" to the AVR memory.
--verify
Verify "input_file" (processed after the --upload opt.)
--download
Download AVR memory to "output_file" or stdout.
--erase
Erase device.
--segment=flash|eeprom|fuse
Set active segment (auto-select for AVA Motorola output)

Fuse/Lock Bit Operations

--rd_fuses
Read all fuses and print values to stdout
--wr_fuse_l=byte
Write fuse low byte
--wr_fuse_h=byte
Write fuse high byte
--wr_fuse_e=byte
Write fuse extended byte
--wr_lock=byte
Write lock bits. Argument is a byte where each bit is:
Bit5 -> blb12
Bit4 -> blb11
Bit3 -> blb02
Bit2 -> blb01
Bit1 -> lb2
Bit0 -> lb1
--lock
Write lock bits [old method; deprecated].

Files

if=filename
Input file for the --upload and --verify functions in Motorola S-records (S1 or S2) or 16 bit Intel format
of=filename
Output file for the --download function in Motorola S-records format, default is standard output

Other Options

-v=level
Set verbose level (-v equals -v=2, min/max: 0/4, default 1)
--hash=perbytes
Print hash (default is 32 bytes)
--help -h
Help
--version
Print version information
--terminal
Invoke shell-like terminal

Author

Written by Uros Platise.

Reporting Bugs

Report bugs to <uisp-dev@nongnu.org>

See Also

http://savannah.nongnu.org/download/uis…

Referenced By

avrdude(1).

February, 2016 uisp version 20050207 User Commands