18 Jul 2020, 12:50pm TZ +05:30
I use the original Arduino-UNO and Mega for development. They are reliable and work a charm. But for cost constrained projects, most of the times I have used Arduino clones. It’s a common hassle these days with some Arduino clones having wrong boot-loader.
I wanted to have a permanent and repeatable way fix the boot-loader in Arduino boards.
Let’s look at how I did this in my favorite Manjaro (Arch Linux)
In fact my earlier article on installing AVRISP mkII on Windows 10 is one of the most visited articles on this website....