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Hi Guys,

I'm having problems loading any code onto an Arduino Leonardo.

I always get this error:
Code:
Found programmer: Id = "-18
-1"; type =

    Software Version = -.1; Hardware Version = 7.
avrdude: error: buffered memory access not supported. Maybe it isn't
a butterfly/AVR109 but a AVR910 device?

I'm using the linux 64-binary version from the official page. I also tried using the official ubuntu version (I'm running ubuntu 64-bit 12.10), but the problem still gets up.  Do you have any clue about what that means? Or does anyone else have these problems on ubuntu 64?


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Hmm, same problems under arch linux. Maybe the leonardo is damaged somehow? Because loading code to an uno works like a charm.
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Remove the Arduino IDE from the repositories, and download the Arduino 1.0.3.
Unpack it and run it from that folder.
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