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joseph_m


I am on a Linux system . Puppy Linux 5.3 in fact
Arduino is installed in my home directory but as I am root it matters not.
My problem is with "stdlib.h"
How does your post help me if thats what you intended?
I just wonder if you read my posts at all before posting your reply?


I have/had the same problem.  And actually johnwasser gave the correct answer that helped me solve the problem.

I am using Lubuntu 11.10 and because of John's answer I looked if there was something not installed for the avr compilation system.  And hey guess what there was.  I found it in Synaptic avr-libc was not installed.  I installed it and all was right with the world.

And tytower I suggest you find a way to deal with your stress a little better.  Everybody that answered was trying to help you.  Just as I am now.

tytower

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Feb 25, 2012, 10:40 am Last Edit: Feb 26, 2012, 06:00 pm by AWOL Reason: 1
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And tytower I suggest you find a way to deal with your stress a little better.  Everybody that answered was trying to help you.  Just as I am now.

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It appears that the culprit is Puppy Linux 5.3
Version 5.3.1 runs Arduino well and I would say they patched it following my posts

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It appears that the culprit is Puppy Linux 5.3
Version 5.3.1 runs Arduino well and I would say they patched it following my posts


So you're saying my question regarding what distro you're using was relevant?

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