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I have been trying to use the help but unable to access it.
My question is I have been trying to use the servo.pde but I cannot compile it until I have inserted the '#include <math.h>' at the begining before it compiles.  I am also having trouble with controling a servo of any kind.
Can anybody help?
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Where did you get servo.pde?  I don't think it's part of Arduino 0.22.
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I cannot compile it until I have inserted the '#include <math.h>'

Using linux?
This (or something very similar) is a known problem using some of the newer avr-gcc and avr-libc packages under linux.

Discussion (mixed with flamage, justification, and such) here: http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php/topic,68785.0.html
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