minipro (1) - Linux Man Pages
minipro: flash various chips with Minipro TL866XX series of programmers from autoelectric.cn.
NAMEminipro - flash various chips with Minipro TL866XX series of programmers from autoelectric.cn.
SYNOPSISminipro [-p device] [-c code|data|config] [-r|-w filename] [-e][-u][-P][-i|-I]
miniprohex [-p device] [-c code|data|config] [-r|-w filename] [-e][-u][-P][-i|-I]
If -c is omitted and -r is specified then the code, data (if applicable) and config (if applicable) are getting read in filename.$ext, filename.eeprom.$ext and filename.config.txt correspondingly. If -c is omitted and -w is specified then -c code is getting enforced.
The -i and -I options enable use of ICSP port for TL866A models. The former enables the voltage supply on the Vcc pin of the ICSP port while the latter leaves it off.
DESCRIPTIONminipro is an opensource tool that aims to create a complete cross-platform replacement for proprietary utility from autoelectric.cn. Currently it's supporting more than 13000 of target devices - including AVRs, PICs as well as a huge number of other microcontrollers and various BIOSes.
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