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    teensyduino on fedora on arm, no solution?

    Hi,

    maybe I did not look enough around for the answer, but fact is I did not find any.

    I am running the Arduino ide on a ODROID-U2 with fedora 19, took arduino from the repositories so for so good.

    I am writing the sketches out of the ide, use this just for double checking and downloading.

    Up to now I did not succeed to install teensyduino to this environment to programm my teensy3's there.

    Any recommendation, thanks.

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    Teensyduino only supports the stable 1.0.5 releases directly from www.arduino.cc. Fedora's copies are not supported.

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    Thanks for the answer,

    "bash: ./teensyduino.32bit: cannot execute binary file" while trying to execute on an arm system. Any idea?

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    Quote Originally Posted by seafrog View Post
    Thanks for the answer,

    "bash: ./teensyduino.32bit: cannot execute binary file" while trying to execute on an arm system. Any idea?
    You are running on an ARM system. Paul only delivers the Linux add-ons to run on x86 Linux systems (both 32-bit and 64-bit). You would have to get the sources and build your own installer on an ARM system in order to run the installer, which in turn would need to update the checksums Paul uses to identify that the base release is the one from arduino.cc. Or do the installation steps by hand. Good luck.

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    I'm not planning to publish Teensyduino on ARM unless the Arduino developers publish an official ARM version on their website.

    Tracking the distro versions of Arduino is just too much maintenance.

    If you're using one of these platforms, the only thing that really works is the command line loader.

    http://www.pjrc.com/teensy/loader_cli.html

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    Hi Paul,

    We chosen the Odroid U3 Arm platform with Xubuntu for our system and would like to offload some IO work to a teensy. So the desire is to get the toolchain on the U3 Arm for development. I've read the thread above but still trying to understand how teansyduino fits into Arduino IDE. Please explain how this is done and where the heavy lifting is being done in the effort to port to a new development platform like ARM Xubuntu?

    As I understand it (maybe I'm wrong?) Arduino IDE is implemented in Java. Arduino IDE itself has been installed and proven to work per the following link:

    http://forum.odroid.com/viewtopic.php?f=52&t=2561

    I'm hoping to understand where teensyduino diverges or adds to Arduino IDE setup and encounters compatibility issues that have to be fixed.

    However, here's another link that discusses porting the Mentor Graphics ARM toolchain to ARM development platform. I'm not sure if this is the same toolchain used by Arduino IDE and Teensyduino. I'm hoping your explanation can help me put all of this in perspective.

    http://www.dorkbotpdx.org/blog/paul/...ile_challenges

    Thanks

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