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  1. OK. Nevermind, so I checkout version 9f7b0ff26d0654b875a95ff8165462f771cd75c9 and this worked great for me. Many thanks for sharing such an amazing project!
  2. Hi Alvie, So I have checked out the version: commit e76688199439f35504343f536c9fd9cfc82e7682 Author: Alvaro <alvieboy@alvie.com> Date: Sat Jul 16 18:37:13 2011 +0100 boards: fix up some boards because it is my understanding based on the board ID and the behavior of the binary that this is the one whose binary can be found here. As it is expected I am getting the same error, e.g. Unknown flash type ... Exiting. Could you please let me know which version of the code leads to the binary that you attached on this comment? All the best, Angelos
  3. So I managed to compile and download the .pde by: ZPUino, git respository clone cd ZPUino-master/build Remove all @Override commands from the .java source. Build by typing ant Running the arduino binary located under ZPUino-master/build/linux/work/ After this, I copied the pde source code in the IDE and continued. This worked for me.
  4. I have just downloaded the image you have proposed and it works for me. I have a Digilent s3e board. However, when I am using the zpuinoprogrammer, I am now getting: sudo ZPUino-master/build/linux/zpu-tools32/zpu/bin/zpuinoprogrammer -v -R -s 115200 -d /dev/ttyUSB0 -b ~/Downloads/s3e_demo\(2\).bin Got programmer version 1.9 SPI offset: 0 CODE size: 28544 Board: Spartan 3E Starter Kit S3E500 @ 96000000 Hz (0x83010f00) SPI flash information: 0x20 0x20 0x15, status 0x00 Detected M25P16 flash Will program sector 0 (page 0), original offset 0x00000000 Need to program 2812 2816 bytes (11 pages) File '/home/spanosa/Downloads/s3e_demo(2).bin' does not appear to be a sketch: 0x00000000 != 0x310afade I am using the example binary that can be found here. I have two questions: How do I build the pde? Would you have an idea why this command doesn't work?