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The error probably means that you have selected a wrong configuration.

To modify the IDE to insert the -F seems to be the hard way, however the easy way is to make a wrapper to avrdude:

$ cd ./arduino/hardware/tools/
$ mv avrdude avrdude.orig
$ cat >avrdude.sh
  #!/bin/sh

  ./avrdude.orig -F $@
  ^D
$ chmod +x avrdude.sh
$ ln -s avrdude.sh avrdude

The error probably means that you have selected a wrong configuration.

To modify the IDE to insert the -F seems to be the hard way, however the easy way is to make a wrapper to avrdude:

$ cd ./arduino/hardware/tools/
$ mv avrdude avrdude.orig
$ cat >avrdude.sh
  #!/bin/sh

  ./avrdude -F $@
  ^D
$ chmod +x avrdude.sh
$ ln -s avrdude.sh avrdude

The error probably means that you have selected a wrong configuration.

To modify the IDE to insert the -F seems to be the hard way, however the easy way is to make a wrapper to avrdude:

$ cd ./arduino/hardware/tools/
$ mv avrdude avrdude.orig
$ cat >avrdude.sh
  #!/bin/sh

  ./avrdude.orig -F $@
  ^D
$ chmod +x avrdude.sh
$ ln -s avrdude.sh avrdude
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The error probably means that you have selected a wrong configuration.

To modify the IDE to insert the -F seems to be the hard way, however the easy way is to make a wrapper to avrdude:

$ cd ./arduino/hardware/tools/
$ mv avrdude avrdude.orig
$ cat >avrdude.sh
  #!/bin/sh

  ./avrdude -fF $@
  ^D
$ chmod +x avrdude.sh
$ ln -s avrdude.sh avrdude

The error probably means that you have selected a wrong configuration.

To modify the IDE to insert the -F seems to be the hard way, however the easy way is to make a wrapper to avrdude:

$ cd ./arduino/hardware/tools/
$ mv avrdude avrdude.orig
$ cat >avrdude.sh
  #!/bin/sh

  ./avrdude -f $@
  ^D
$ chmod +x avrdude.sh
$ ln -s avrdude.sh avrdude

The error probably means that you have selected a wrong configuration.

To modify the IDE to insert the -F seems to be the hard way, however the easy way is to make a wrapper to avrdude:

$ cd ./arduino/hardware/tools/
$ mv avrdude avrdude.orig
$ cat >avrdude.sh
  #!/bin/sh

  ./avrdude -F $@
  ^D
$ chmod +x avrdude.sh
$ ln -s avrdude.sh avrdude
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The error probably means that you have selected a wrong configuration.

To modify the IDE to insert the -F seems to be the hard way, however the easy way is to make a wrapper to avrdude:

$ cd ./arduino/hardware/tools/
$ mv avrdude avrdude.orig
$ cat >avrdude.sh
  #!/bin/sh

  ./avrdude -f $@
  ^D
$ chmod +x avrdude.sh
$ ln -s avrdude.sh avrdude