Free AVR fuse programmer for Mac OS X by Jason von Nieda
The primary useful feature of AVRFuses is that it lets you intelligently select which fuses to set just like in AVRStudio. You don’t need to know bit numbers or have the data sheet handy like in most other programmers. It does this by using the exact same part configurations as AVR Studio does. AVR Studio is free from Atmel, but it only works in Windows. This program was written to bring some of it’s functionality to Mac OS X.
AVRFuses is now Open Source! Check it out at https://github.com/vonnieda/AVRFuses
Download Latest Version
AVRFuses_1.4.8.zip version 1.4.8 for Mac OS X
AVRFuses was originally written in C#.NET so that it could run under Mac OS X and Linux using Mono as well as Windows. Due to the slow development of Mono I decided to abandon this effort and rewrite it as a Mac OS X only Cocoa application. You can still download the old version below if you’d like to use it in Linux or Windows. If you are using Mac OS X I recommend you download the latest version above.
AVRFuses.exe version 0.5.0.0 for .NET
This version supports avrdude for reading and writing fuses. Make sure
you fill in the properties on the avrdude tab before using Read or Program.