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mrtaylor

check out
http://www.arduino.cc/cgi-bin/yabb2/YaBB.pl?num=1293243021

purza

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Dec 30, 2010, 07:19 pm Last Edit: Dec 30, 2010, 09:37 pm by purza Reason: 1
I'm running KUBUNTU 10.10 amd64 (KDE version of UBUNTU).  I went to the kubuntu's kpackagekit and downloaded the one file w/o Java (arduino-core 0018) and it launched the arduino ide automatically.   tested the "UNO" board successfully. Performed several uploads then closed the ide program, but couldn't figure out how to re-launch it.  Finally downloaded the Java front end/ accompanied program from kpackage and couldn't select the correct serial/USB port.  Had only one choice.  I then tried it on my windows system and it worked fine.  What file do I need to launch the arduino-core 0018 and where is it located.  

(this linux thing has been a steep learning curve!)
Arduino UNO that seems selfish about sending back serial data!
KUBUNTU 10.10 AMD64

purza

mrtaylor  -  Thank you!  The following link you posted got me up an working with the Arduino UNO board on my "KUBUNTU 10.10" System.

http://www.arduino.cc/playground/Learning/Linux

The instructions above were perfect with the exception of copying the file from root/usr/lib/jbi/librrxtxserial.so      

I used Dolphin (equiv explorer) to copy the file over).  

I copied the following file

file:///usr/lib/jni/librxtxI2C-2.2pre1.so

per instructions for amd-64 at the website below.

http://www.arduino.cc/playground/Learning/Linux

...now I need to find instructions for making a desktop shortcut to ./arduino  ;(
Arduino UNO that seems selfish about sending back serial data!
KUBUNTU 10.10 AMD64

purza

Created shortcut to "Arduino" on desktop by opening "Dolphin" to where my ./arduino  executable was located.  exe.  /home/arduino/arduino-0022/

Then dragged it to desktop.
Arduino UNO that seems selfish about sending back serial data!
KUBUNTU 10.10 AMD64

mrtaylor


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