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Using a Pi as an EEPROM programmer

I think here's what you'll need to consider: The Raspberry Pi has 17 pins that are readily accessible, as you mentioned. You'll need 25 pins for 8-bit data and 16-bit addresses plus clock lines and ...
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Using a Pi as an EEPROM programmer

@Cudamankev Do you have a link for the open-source software you found? Willem gave me source for a very old version before that guy made the software closed, but I'd like to start with something newer....
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