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danderson

It seems my Leonardo waits 8 seconds before running a loaded sketch upon repowering even though the docs say that if a sketch is present the bootloader will load it right away.  Does anyone know how to avoid this ? I read that perhaps there is bug in the bootloader for the Leo on this.  Can anyone confirm or let me know some workaround.

Thanks

Dave

James C4S

What operating system are you using?
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danderson

Ubuntu 12. Do you think it is related to the ide or moreso to
The bootloader that came with the board ?


James C4S

I was thinking it was more to do with how it was being enumerated.
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dlight

Hello, I think I have the same issue. After uploading, It seems to run my sketch for a brief time, then stops and blinks the led for 8 seconds, and restart my sketch.

Any ideas on how to workaround this? I'm on Arch Linux, using Arduino IDE 1.0.1

James C4S

Your issue is different if it runs for a while before resetting.

Post your code (with code tags)
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mrkva

Same problem here, even with default blink program from examples. I tried flashing latest uploader, no help.

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