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bug #36350: FUSE4_DEFAULT wrong for Xmega A devices

Submitted by:  Joerg Wunsch <joerg_wunsch>
Submitted on:  Mon 30 Apr 2012 11:50:42 AM UTC  
 
Category: HeaderSeverity: 3 - Normal
Priority: 9 - ImmediateItem Group: Header files
Status: NonePercent Complete: 0%
Assigned to: NoneOpen/Closed: Open
Release: 1.7.1Fixed Release: None

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Sat 01 Dec 2012 05:17:44 PM UTC, comment #2:

Just FYI, here's what I read off a fresh 128a3u that I've never messed with the fuses on:

fuse0: 0xff
fuse1: 0x00
fuse2: 0xff
fuse4: 0xfe
fuse5: 0xff

Erik Walthinsen <omega>
Fri 30 Nov 2012 07:04:40 PM UTC, comment #1:

While you're at it, It seems to me that FUSE1_DEFAULT is also incorrect.
in iox128a1.h, it is defined as 0xFF
However, the xmega manual describes it to be 0x00.
Unfortunately I don't have hardware to verify this.

Anonymous
Mon 30 Apr 2012 11:50:42 AM UTC, original submission:

j@uriah 55% fgrep FUSE4_DEFAULT include/avr/iox*
include/avr/iox128a1.h:#define FUSE4_DEFAULT (0xFF)
include/avr/iox128a3.h:#define FUSE4_DEFAULT (0xFF)
include/avr/iox128d3.h:#define FUSE4_DEFAULT (0xFF)
include/avr/iox16a4.h:#define FUSE4_DEFAULT (0xFF)
include/avr/iox16d4.h:#define FUSE4_DEFAULT (0xFF)
include/avr/iox192a3.h:#define FUSE4_DEFAULT (0xFF)
include/avr/iox192d3.h:#define FUSE4_DEFAULT (0xFF)
include/avr/iox256a3.h:#define FUSE4_DEFAULT (0xFF)
include/avr/iox256a3b.h:#define FUSE4_DEFAULT (0xFF)
include/avr/iox256d3.h:#define FUSE4_DEFAULT (0xFF)
include/avr/iox32a4.h:#define FUSE4_DEFAULT (0xFF)
include/avr/iox32d4.h:#define FUSE4_DEFAULT (0xFF)
include/avr/iox64a1.h:#define FUSE4_DEFAULT (0xFF)
include/avr/iox64a3.h:#define FUSE4_DEFAULT (0xFF)
include/avr/iox64d3.h:#define FUSE4_DEFAULT (0xFF)

Xmega A (as well as Xmega B) device have JTAGEN programmed in
FUSE4, so their default ought to be 0xFE.

This bug results in an application using:

FUSES =
{
.FUSEBYTE0 = FUSE0_DEFAULT,
.FUSEBYTE1 = FUSE1_DEFAULT,
.FUSEBYTE2 = FUSE2_DEFAULT,
.FUSEBYTE4 = FUSE4_DEFAULT,
.FUSEBYTE5 = FUSE5_DEFAULT,
};

and then accidentally programming all fuses (like through the
"ELF production file" in AVR Studio) in a batch erroneously
turngin off their JTAG access.

Joerg Wunsch <joerg_wunsch>
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