I am having a lot of problems being able to consistently upload to the arduino board from the pi. I have GPIO pins hooked up and an FDTI module directly soldered to board that links to usb of the Raspberry pi. (And pin 17 is linked to dtr) I am also using these guides :
Confirmed by: https://spellfoundry.com/docs/setting-up-the-arduino-ide-on-raspbian/ I fear the Ardunio is in a 'locked' state, reset does not seem to do anything. Any advice from experience would be helpful! (Please let me know if I can provide more information)
@Jamie Nicholas Shelley hi, did you manage to make it work?
To allow me to continue my research I am going with the following, I look forward to finding a method to use Nybble soon :'[
Hi, Please see the image above:
All settings are correct I think. The Upload completes without errors however I get nothing back from the board, no response on serial or buzzer. Any ideas :'( ?
I may just buy a new board, perhaps this one is fried, is there a way to test this sorry?
Is it posible to monitor the voltage on the reset pin of Arduino? Maybe there's some drift on its signal?