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halley

Just in case it's not obvious, Serial.print(<some float>); wasn't literal.  The <some float> part meant a variable or number of type float or double.  Something to be printed with a decimal point.

RIDDICK

hey!

when can i upgrade my 0012-linux-amd64 package to 0013?

bye
-Arne

mellis

As soon as someone builds a version of Arduino 0013 for 64-bit Linux.  Any volunteers?

westfw

I'm curious.  Don't 32bit binaries usually run on 64bit linux?  What's the point in a 64bit Arduino binary?  "amd64" means compiled for the AMD64 ABI, not specifically for an AMD cpu, right?

madworm

I thought the java code used for serial I/O was the problem ?
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