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Linux software for burning a PIC

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Alek

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Can anyone tell me some Linux (preferably GUI) software for programming (burning / verifying) PICs using this programmer :

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Thanks in advance
 

gaspode42

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Not sure about the programmer or your version of Linux but have a look at Piklab, it supports parallel programmers.
 

gaspode42

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Yes I am using 9.04 also, PikLab is available through the package manager as part of the distribution.
 

gaspode42

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The schematic was drawn with KiCad
 

be80be

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Pickit2 works with PikLab after you set usb to let the normal user use usb in Ubuntu
 
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