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CRAY-4 Linux

Oct 04, 2009, 07:53 am Last Edit: Oct 04, 2009, 07:55 am by CRAY-4 Reason: 1
Hey Guys, I Made an Arduino IDE Debian/Ubuntu Package, and I would like to share it with you guys, it works pretty well, adds menu entries, and of course, provides an easy way to install the arduino ide for debian based systems(ubuntu, xandros, linux mint...)

http://cray-4.users.sourceforge.net/arduino.deb

tell me what you think and please reply :) :) :)

jezuz

I'll try this when I log into ubuntu next time. If it works, then thanks a lot!

Peter Davenport

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Oct 11, 2009, 12:06 am Last Edit: Oct 11, 2009, 12:08 am by jeffonfire Reason: 1
Cool! I have wanted this for a while. ;D

CRAY-4 Linux

cool, dont be scared  to make debian packages, its actually pretty easy

Chewie Baker

Did not work for me :+(

ERROR: Wrong architecture 'i386'

Yes I'm running AMD 64.

<GRRR> Fail to load an image here ! </GRRR>

just picture, if you will, Package Installer - Arduino-ide with the above error. the detail and included file tabs hold nothing of interest or use.

Had Arduino 17 working under Ubumtu 9.04 AMD64 after some muching about with a serial file... That was until the HDD died. :+(

Back to the works laptop and XP.

Chewie

CRAY-4 Linux


CRAY-4 Linux

ok then re-download the file it should work now, also, are you running a 64 bit OS, if so, it might not work

CRAY-4 Linux

ok that might not work, you can try anyways, however, i will be making a 64-bit package in a little

Chewie Baker

Sadly it still does not work. But thanks for trying.

Cheers

Chewie

CRAY-4 Linux

Bummer, ill make a 64 bit package on thanksgiving break

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