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unh2013

Any advice on the best was to communicate between an Arduino Leonardo and Raspberry Pi?  I know that there isn't a software version for writing sketches on the R-Pi and uploading them to my Arduino but I was wondering if anyone knew any work arounds for that.

Graynomad

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best was to communicate between an Arduino Leonardo and Raspberry Pi?

Best way for what purpose?

You have I2C, SPI and UART, they all have advantages and disadvantages.

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software version for writing sketches on the R-Pi and uploading them to my Arduino but I was wondering if anyone knew any work arounds for that.
I have no idea what that means.

Do you want to run the IDE on an RPi?

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unh2013

Yes, I would like to run the IDE on the Raspberry Pi.  Basically I want to be able to upload the Arduino sketches from my Raspberry Pi to the Arduino.

Graynomad

I really know nothing about the RPi, but it has USB and Linux, so I would assume you can develop Arduino code on it.

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Grumpy_Mike


Yes, I would like to run the IDE on the Raspberry Pi.  Basically I want to be able to upload the Arduino sketches from my Raspberry Pi to the Arduino.

Yes the arduino IDE has been ported to the Raspberry Pi. I haven't got a link to it but search on the Pi forum I have seen it their.

the arduino IDE can be downloaded on the R-PI, In Magpi magazine number 7 is written how... just google it... otherwise you can email me, i have the digital version of the Magpi's

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