Arduino from command line

We are used to work in the Arduino IDE; from this IDE it's possible to create a sketch, compile it, upload to any Arduino and also it has a serial monitor to debugg. For me it's very useful, but I'm more confortable in the command line… This week I'm participating in the VII PIWeek, building (we'll see) a thing to drive a drone thanks to sensors located in the arm. [Leer más]

Archduino

Previously in Archduino, how to configure permissions to run Arduino IDE in an ArchLinux. Today a new protip related to the 1.5.8 version. This error appeared to me when running Arduino IDE (1.5.8) with an Arduino Yun: error while loading shared libraries: libtinfo.so.5: Well, if you RTFM (read the fine manual), in the ArchWiki, there is a simple solution: Solve the dependency problem by creating a symbolic link $ cd /usr/lib $ sudo ln -s libncurses. [Leer más]

Archduino

[txistako de gratis] En las últimas semanas he tenido que resolver este tema varias veces, y al no tenerlo apuntado, he tenido que redescubrir la solución una y otra vez. Ineficaz. Estos son los pasos que he tenido que seguir para conseguir que mi usuario (no privilegiado) pudiera arrancar correctamente el IDE de arduino, y pudiera escribir en el arduino por el puerto serie. Instalar algunas librerías: avr-binutils avr-gcc avr-libc [Leer más]