Just curious if anyone has tried to use the Arduino USB board with Linux CDK4AVR series of software tools, as they work really well together. Much easier to install than manually searching across the World for the pieces/parts to do it that will compile successfully and play together.
The incentive I have is the Arduino Java software for Linux does nothing except allow surfing the directories. And it doesn't even show files, only directories. There are much better tools for directory/file surfing built into Linux. I can use the Windoze version of Arduino as it works, but don't like having to tie up a computer with Windoze just for occasional compiling.
I want to use the Arduino hardware configuration through the USB, not have to resort to the ICSP jack/method (which I would have to make an adapter for, as the serial dongle has 10 pins, and the board has 6). And parallel programming is not practical using today's laptop configurations, which don't come with parallel ports, and most not even serial ports.