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How To Install Arduino IDE in Ubuntu Linux - Learn Online

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14 comments

  1. +brian van vlymen
    Have you enabled the kernel modules ?
    http://skinf1sh.blogspot.jp/2015/06/just-finished-setting-up-arduino-1.html

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  2. brian van vlymen1 March 2017 at 15:40

    my Linux does not recognize serial port how can fix that?

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  3. Anders Jackson1 March 2017 at 15:40

    +kappa master what doesn't seems to work?
    What do you do that doesn't give you your expected result?

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  4. Hello. Ive tried to install it using both methods but none seems to work. I can i do? (Tks)

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  5. +Chandu S same here

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  6. Anders Jackson1 March 2017 at 15:40

    +Sai Prasad Rm you both need to be in the right user group. See my other post.

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  7. I am using a 64 machine running in Ubuntu 14,04. I have installed the IDE but don't know how to install the driver for the UNO board. Please help. When I try uploading the code, they are giving an error message about wrong port. And the serial port is grayed out.

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  8. Anders Jackson1 March 2017 at 15:40

    Some suggestiens of improvements:
    Always do "sudo apt-get update" before you do an installation of a package with apt-get. Can be done at one line:
    sudo apt-get update; sudo apt-get install arduino

    Add your user to the right groups so you can read and write to the USB serial port to talk to your arduino. If you don't do this, you are not able to choose the port. Easiest to just run this command:
    arduino-add-groups
    Which basicly are the same as adding your user to the group dialout
    sudo addgroup $USER dialout

    You might also want to install the packages that are suggested in the installation of package arduino:
    sudo apt-get install arduino-mk arduino-mighty-1284p

    Now you can start arduion from the GUI or from the command line like this:
    arduino &

    Happy hacking.

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  9. hi there I have Arduino installed on Ubuntu and I want to use attiny85 on it but can't seem to get it to look in the software I download the file for it string master and put them into a folder and the software not reading can someone help me

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  10. Miha Brenčič1 March 2017 at 15:40

    thank you :D

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  11. Kartik Gaikwad1 March 2017 at 15:40

    hey I want u to teach us the program. Boys get (YD) 'cause of FPL

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  12. Schadenfreuder x1 March 2017 at 15:40

    installing it easy, setting it up in linux is a little more challenging

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  13. bad bad bad

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