Monthly Archives: January 2013

Programming the Arduino Uno and Nano under PCBSD 9.1

This post describes the small patch required to the FreeBSD Port of avrdude 5.11 to enable programming of the Arduino Uno R3 directly from a PCBSD 9.1┬ádesktop. At the time of writing, the Arduino IDE version 1.0.3 is available as a PCBSD “PBI“. This PBI bundles avrdude version 5.11, which does the low-level programming for […]

OpenWRT under Qemu on FreeBSD

Inspired by this post, I decided to try running OpenWRT under Qemu on FreeBSD. In particular, ARM versions of OpenWRT’s Attitude Adjustment r29537 (December 2011) and r34778 (December 2012) as Qemu 1.1.1 virtual machines on FreeBSD 8.3-STABLE (r242546). I focused on Qemu 1.1.1 because that was the current latest version of Qemu in the FreeBSD […]