[Frugalware-devel] Enabling arduino for Frugalware
pete at teamlupus.hu
Mon May 10 14:40:21 CEST 2010
i recently started to work with arduinos (it's a name for a very popular
IDE + libs + hw design), and i found that it is not usable on FW, yet.
What is needed in order to run on frugalware? It is briefly outlined here:
 optional: a programmer tool. avrdude is in the distro and functional,
i checked it and works great.
 compilers for avr target: gcc / g++ As far as i know, upon building
only the avr target have to be enabled.
 binutils for avr: As far as i know, upon building only the avr target
have to be enabled.
 libc for avr's :
 the IDE itself: i tested it and it probably works with some
adjustments (complains about serial port)
The reason i am writing this to the dev list to ask for help, because my
knowledge is insufficient to make the required packages properly (even i am
not sure how much would it take to produce anything barely usable). I can
do testing and debugging, and i have some arduinos around available.
If anyone interested, please reply.
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