This feels like a stupid question, but I am quite new to both Arduino and Linux.
When installing Arduino IDE 1.8.3 on Ubuntu 16.04, I simply unpack and run the "install.sh" file that creates the Arduino icon used to start the program.
Now I need to install Arduino IDE 1.0.6. After unpacking I can not find a ".sh" file and are completely stuck on how to start the program.
Can anyone please help me with this?
Just out of curiosity, why the need for such an old version.
I have problems compiling a version of Marlin for a 3D printer, and want to see if i can get it to work in the older version of Arduino IDE. (After someones recommendation on a forum).
Thank you tf68,
I have tried to double click the arduino file and nothing happens, but when running the file from terminal I am getting an error message "java: not found". I will try again after installing java, guess that solves it.
Yes, the older IDE did not include Java.