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StuartP

Hi Folks,

Thought I'd share my very quick walk through for getting ArduinoIDE running on RaspberryPi.

http://go.je/19b

Jantje

wauw great work.
Where can I order a rasppberry?  8)
Greetings from Belgium
Do not PM me a question unless you are prepared to pay for consultancy.
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UnaClocker

Cool. The default Debian install had 018 in the package manager. I never could figure out how to update it to 1.0 (1.0.1 now). The only thing I see being a problem with your instructions is you don't cover the final install, which would put it into the apps menu in the window manager..
Brian from Tacoma, WA
Arduino evangelist - since Dec, 2010.

Soranne

Raspberry pi is out of stock now. Next orders will be opened in June/July.
My projects :
- Interfacing with Minitel : http://www.arduino.cc/cgi-bin/yabb2/YaBB.pl?num=1271350467
- Arduino PIC programmer : http://ardu

Grumpy_Mike

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Where can I order a rasppberry

Farnell
www.farnell.com
or
RS
http://www.rs-online.com/index.html
That is RS as in Radio Spares not Radio Shack.

frank26080115

hey can you try bootloading using the UART on the GPIO header directly?
Freelance engineer, consultant, contractor. Graduated from UW in 2013.

Grumpy_Mike

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on the GPIO header directly?

Well as the Pi uses 3.3V and the arduino uses 5V, you would fry your pi.

The only place I have seen a fried pie is Scotland where they deep fry a macaroni  pie.

UnaClocker

Is there a device like the MAX232, but instead of going from 5v to 12v, goes from 5v to 3.3v? Seems like this would be handy.
Brian from Tacoma, WA
Arduino evangelist - since Dec, 2010.

Grumpy_Mike

There are plenty of ways to do logic level translation, transistor, FET or buffer.

I have used the 74LS07, that is a non inverting buffer with an open collector output so you simply power it with 5V and connect the output to a 1K pull up resistor to 3V3.

Jantje


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Where can I order a rasppberry

Farnell
www.farnell.com
or
RS
http://www.rs-online.com/index.html
That is RS as in Radio Spares not Radio Shack.

You can only show interests on these sites.
I just checked on farnell and I'm enlisted at RS.
So: Where can I order a rasppberry?   8)

Best regards
Jantje
Do not PM me a question unless you are prepared to pay for consultancy.
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Grumpy_Mike

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Where can I order a rasppberry?

Those are the only two places you can order them from.

First you register an interest, then they log that and put you in a queue, then they invite you to order one.
I have been sent today by RS, a unique activation code that will allow me to order one. However, I ordered one on the launch day from Farnell and was sent an email yesterday saying it had been dispatched so I am expecting mine tomorrow.
They sold 100,000 on day one alone. There is a bit of a backlog.

osbock

I followed your directions, and it does run, however it's having trouble detecting the serial ports.
If I put an ftdi based arduino on (at boot time) it shows up as /dev/ttyUSB0 in the Serial port menu, but the download fails.
UNOs don't show up in the menu, but they do show up in the /dev/tty.... but Arduino IDE can't see them.
Using the stock debian squeeze image.

Chagrin

try: "chmod a+rwx /dev/ttyUSB*". If that's the issue then the serial port should be immediately available in the Arduino IDE.

You can modify the udev rule to make this automatic. For me this was /lib/udev/rules.d/40-usb_modeswitch.rules and adding "MODE=0666" to the line beginning with "KERNEL==".

UnaClocker

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Jun 15, 2012, 05:20 am Last Edit: Jun 15, 2012, 05:24 am by UnaClocker Reason: 1
Raspbian has Arduino 1.0.1 in the repository's.. Simple "sudo apt-get install arduino", sets all the permissions and everything.. :)
Brian from Tacoma, WA
Arduino evangelist - since Dec, 2010.

Trib

Just Great!
I´m on both Lists for a while and only got one "Just wait a bit"-Mail until yet :-/

It really gets an amazing combination of Pi & Ardu, I expect. My whole livingroom will be connected then, I suppose :D

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