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    Definitely. That's what I liked about the...

    Definitely. That's what I liked about the Teensy++2, apt-get avr tools, download and compile the loader, and I'm ready to go. While I'm waiting on my Teensy3 order to come in, why are you needing...
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    Just thought I would let you know that post...

    Just thought I would let you know that post earned you a sale of 4 Tennsy3's. As my Teensy++2 is connected up to an ARM system having source code to load from that system was a requirement for me. ...
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    See my earlier comment. With the addition of...

    See my earlier comment. With the addition of libusb-dev the loader compiled and ran out of the box, same with my existing teensy++ 2.0 program. My desktop took 1.26 seconds to compile the teensy...
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    I have the Teensy++2.0 compiling and loading on...

    I have the Teensy++2.0 compiling and loading on my Raspberry Pi. The steps are outlined on the pjrc.com webpage starting at http://www.pjrc.com/teensy/loader_cli.html for the Teensy Loader, Command...
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    source/repo?

    I have more projects than teensy++ 2.0's, and since the 3.0 is out I thought I would give it a try. With Debian and the teensy++ 2.0 I just `apt-get install gcc-avr binutils-avr avr-libc` compile...
  6. [PATCH] usb_serial.c fix for gcc const PROGMEM requirement

    I'm running avr-gcc (GCC) 4.7.0 and found that usb_serial.c version 1.1 from http://www.pjrc.com/teensy/usb_serial.html no longer compiles with the following error,
    error: variable...
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