There a couple of good solutions for programming the ATtiny10 Microcontroller like ATtiny10 Resources where an Arduino was used to program the ATtiny. However, for me the solution of Darrel Tan Programming the ATtiny10 was most useful for me. The support for AVRdude was already added, so it was relatively easy to implement. A regular FTDI module lack of the RTS signal, but it was not so easy to add one by soldering a wire to PIN3.
Extending the config file
The diff for /etc/avrdude.conf
--- /etc/avrdude.conf~ 2014-03-14 16:30:39.000000000 +0100 +++ /etc/avrdude.conf 2015-03-31 17:14:13.440954659 +0200 @@ -1376,0 +1377,14 @@ +# unknown (dasa in uisp) http://irq5.io/2010/07/15/programming-the-attiny10/ +# reset=rts sck=dtr mosi=txd miso=cts + +programmer + id = "dasaftdi"; + desc = "FTDI serial port banging, reset=rts sck=dtr mosi=txd miso=cts"; + type = "serbb"; + connection_type = serial; + reset = ~7; + sck = ~4; + mosi = ~3; + miso = ~8; +;
The /etc/avrdude.conf needs to be patched with following command
patch -sp1 < /path/to/diff
$ avrdude -p t10 -c dasaftdi -P /dev/ttyUSB0 -vv -q
I was finally successful to see it working:
avrdude: Calibrating delay loop... calibrated to 586 cycles per us doing MOSI-MISO link check MOSI-MISO link present avrdude: AVR device initialized and ready to accept instructions bitbang_cmd_tpi(): [ 72 ] [ 00 ] bitbang_cmd_tpi(): [ F3 00 ] [ ] bitbang_cmd_tpi(): [ 68 C0 ] [ ] bitbang_cmd_tpi(): [ 69 3F ] [ ] bitbang_cmd_tpi(): [ 24 ] [ 1E ] bitbang_cmd_tpi(): [ 24 ] [ 90 ] bitbang_cmd_tpi(): [ 24 ] [ 03 ] avrdude: Device signature = 0x1e9003 avrdude done. Thank you.
Thank you too. Great work!