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Here is a quick patch to get Arduino working smoothly on standard Linux installs.  Basically, it makes Arduino find the avr-* tools in the path if its not on Mac OS X or Windows. Its tested on a Mac and on a Debian machine.  Apply by running this in Arduino code in trunk/app:

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patch -p0 < linux_support-2006-08-26.patch

http://idmi.poly.edu/pdlab/linux_support-2006-08-26.patch
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Wonderful.  Thank you.  I'll apply this and it should be in Arduino 0005 (due RSN).
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I have the Arduino 0005 alpha and I'm still getting path problems.  How do you apply this patch?  I'm a bit clueless.

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I would try 0006, this patch is included.  So if that doesn't work for you, then there is another problem which should be fixed.
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