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BOSSA is a flash programming utility for Atmel's SAM family of flash-based ARM microcontrollers. The motivation behind BOSSA is to create a simple, easy-to-use, open source utility to replace Atmel's SAM-BA software.

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Can Arduino Due be programmed with both USB ports connected?

It seems, due SAM-BA (SAM Boot Assistant) inside ATSAM3X8E being listening to both Native USB and UART USB ports after a Reset for programming, allowing talking with SAM-BA, this time from your PC, ...
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Arduino Due works perfectly on Windows but doesn't on Linux (SAM-BA operation failed)

I've been working with the Arduino Due for a project, we have been setting up these Arduinos with an ARM Board that hosts a Linux System with Busybox that connects to the Arduino. Recently I got ...
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Flash Arduino Due via UART

I would like to write code in Arduino language, compile it in the Arduino IDE, grab the resulting binary code, and flash it to the Due via the TX/RX UART pins, bypassing both the USB Programming Port ...
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Arduino DUE Bossac Lockup after Ubuntu Upgrade

I already asked my question in the Arduino Forum here: but got no answer so far. Thus I hope here might be people who have a hint for me. Since I ...
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Why doesn't the master branch BOSSA work on Arduino Due?

I have downloaded BOSSA for Linux, and have run bossash->scan. I have also tried erasing and resetting the board before scanning. It does not work. According to the Arduino website, the native USB ...
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Why does command line BOSSA not recognize Arduino Due?

Running Ubuntu 12.04.4 LTS (64 bit) I try to upload my code to the Arduino Due through the Native port. I have tried both the bossac that ships with the Arduino IDE (which is a modified version of ...