When building the omega OS, make tries to download avrdude 6.9 but as far as i can tell, 6.9 doesn't exist.
what should i do to get around this?
@Steven-Lutz-0 Try to use "avrdude-6.1.tar.gz" instead of "avrdude-6.9.tar.gz".
avrdude-6.9 is probably a typo because "9db8c25b935d34234b9b1ba16ad55fd5" is avrdude-6.1's MD5 hash.
BTW avrdude-6.3 is the latest release (2018-11-20).
Ah that makes more sense. I ended up just taking it out since I don't need it.
At first glance, this does seem odd, but if you try out avrdude-6.3, you'll notice that it doesn't actually successfully flash the microcontroller on the Arduino Dock.
I can't recall the exact details but the avrdude developers made some changes with how GPIOs are accessed and it doesn't work on the Omega.
The last time it worked properly was in version 6.1.
Changing the version in the package makefile to 6.9 was our attempt at making sure our version (6.1) gets installed instead, but it turned out to not work...
We've reverted the change and if you do
./scripts/feeds update onionin the build system, it should build properly.