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simm32view-i386-static-2.5.0-dev-nb1-embedded.bin But when I launch the simm32view-i386-static-2.5.0-dev-nb1-embedded.bin I receive : Failed to exec '/usr/bin/avrdude' Aborted. and /var/log/avrdude.log shows this : avrdude: Device signature = 0x00000019 avrdude: Expected signature for ATtiny85 was 0x82460D2D avrdude: Version error Can somebody help me to solve this issue? A: Install the avrdude-arm-none-eabi package. sudo apt-get install avrdude-arm-none-eabi This package contains the avrdude script. Q: Regarding POSIX behavior with file names starting with a hyphen POSIX states that, in a process, the following are equivalent, but what happens with hyphen characters? Specified path that begins with a slash and ends with a pathname (section 5.1.2): /foo/bar/file Specified path that begins with a pathname and ends with a pathname (section 5.3.2): Specified path that begins with a pathname and ends with a wildcard (*): Specified path that begins with a wildcard and ends with a pathname: /foo/*/file The third and fourth cases are equivalent. By POSIX: The pathname arguments of the following macro shall be evaluated in sequence by successive concatenation, and the resulting pathname shall then be used as a pathname argument to the namei(3) function. ... Pathname The pathname argument is a sequence of pathname specifiers separated by the characters "/" and optionally a "*" or "/" that specifies the pathname. So, in your first case, it's equivalent to pathname (containing "/foo/bar"). The pathname specifier in that case can be skipped because the first pathname is just "/foo/bar". In the second case, it's equivalent to pathname (containing "/foo/bar/

 

 


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