PIC12F629,JDM programmer and LINUX ??

Started by sigint112 May 14, 2003
Hi everybody,
does anyone know,how i can programm a PIC12F629 with the
JDM programmer under Linux? I added a PIC12F629 entry in hexfile.cc
and could then read a PIC12F629 (only Flash,not EEPROM) but when i try
to programm it i get verify errors...
is there a tool for Linux to programm PIC12**??

Greetings ,
SIGINT



Far as I know there isn't. I don't know anything about the JDM programmer at all. However, I recently started using the PICkit-1 USB programmer (cheap) and one of the things I want to do is make a user space driver / programming software in Linux for it. There is USB-robot, a generic user space driver for Linux. Problem is, it was written before there was interrupt transfer support in libusb. PICkit 1 uses a PIC with USB capability as the programmer controller, and it uses USB version 1.1 interrupt type data transfers.
--- In , "sigint112" <SIGINT@f...> wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> does anyone know,how i can programm a PIC12F629 with the
> JDM programmer under Linux? I added a PIC12F629 entry in hexfile.cc
> and could then read a PIC12F629 (only Flash,not EEPROM) but when i try
> to programm it i get verify errors...
> is there a tool for Linux to programm PIC12**??
>
> Greetings ,
> SIGINT





>Far as I know there isn't.

That's bad ... so i must use Windoze :(

>I don't know anything about the JDM programmer at all.

http://www.jdm.homepage.dk/newpic.htm

It's cheap,easy to build and uses the COM for Powersupply.

However, I recently started using the PICkit-1 USB programmer (cheap)
and one of the things I want to do is make a user space driver /
programming software in Linux for it. There is USB-robot, a generic
user space driver for Linux. Problem is, it was written before there
was interrupt transfer support in libusb. PICkit 1 uses a PIC with USB
capability as the programmer controller, and it uses USB version 1.1
interrupt type data transfers.

I don't like USB: it's to expensive for "just4fun" projects ; or do you
know,if it's possible to use the PIC as USB interface? Greetings,
SIGINT



did u try using wine?

for most distributions it comes inbuilt
wine=emulation for linux, program like ic-prog work fine, that uses
the serial port
it might emulate the usb as well

--- In , "sigint112" <SIGINT@f...> wrote:
> >Far as I know there isn't.
>
> That's bad ... so i must use Windoze :(
>
> >I don't know anything about the JDM programmer at all.
>
> http://www.jdm.homepage.dk/newpic.htm
>
> It's cheap,easy to build and uses the COM for Powersupply.
>
> However, I recently started using the PICkit-1 USB programmer
(cheap)
> and one of the things I want to do is make a user space driver /
> programming software in Linux for it. There is USB-robot, a generic
> user space driver for Linux. Problem is, it was written before there
> was interrupt transfer support in libusb. PICkit 1 uses a PIC with
USB
> capability as the programmer controller, and it uses USB version 1.1
> interrupt type data transfers.
>
> I don't like USB: it's to expensive for "just4fun" projects ; or do
you
> know,if it's possible to use the PIC as USB interface? > Greetings,
> SIGINT