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ajaxcrypto
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Let me introduce myself, I'm Dave, unless your a telemarketer then I'm Ajax Crypto. I have been retired for about two years now and what best describes me is a traditional woodworker, machinist and hobbyist electronic engineer. Previously I worked in the IT field for what seems like forever; when did the Pentium 90 come out? First as a programmer/administrator and the last ten years as a network engineer. I have left that high stress world behind me and now my biggest concerns are ESD (electrostatic discharge), my cat, a source of ESD and how do I get the t88 board definition into Arduino's IDE.


   
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DaveE
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Hi @Ajaxcrypto Dave,

    Welcome - hopefully you will find this a friendly and helpful environment.

I certainly remember the Pentium's ... my PC at the time had one of the first 'delivery', with the infamous arithmetic bug. Unfortunately, I also remember when the conversation was of pentodes, in consumer electronics and elsewhere!

I am not sure what you mean by T88 board .. perhaps ATTINY88?

If you have an issue, try posting a new question in the most appropriate section, taking care to explain all of the details as clearly as possible, and maybe someone will be able to help.

Best wishes,

Dave    (yes another one ..)


   
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ajaxcrypto
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@davee Thank you for the warm welcome.  The t88 is what the avrdude.exe refers to as Tiny88.  I had definitions for Tiny84, 85 but not the 88.  I found the definitions for Tiny88 at: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/MHEtLive/arduino-boards-index/master/package_mhetlive_index.json   While my board is not an MH-ET LIVE Tiny88, the definitions were close enough and its working.    

"Pentodes" that woke up a few brain cells.  Most of my electronics knowledge came from my father who worked as a Electronic Engineer for Northop corp.  And most of that was on radar systems.  

Dave T


   
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