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October 23, 2014, at 10:05 AM by Federico Fissore - openwrtyun 1.5.2
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OpenWrt-Yun 1.5.1

  • OpenWrt-Yun 1.5.1 Upgrade Image (changes)
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OpenWrt-Yun 1.5.2

  • OpenWrt-Yun 1.5.2 Upgrade Image (changes)
October 10, 2014, at 05:06 PM by Federico Fissore - openwrtyun 1.5.1
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OpenWrt-Yun 1.5.0

  • OpenWrt-Yun 1.5.0 Upgrade Image (changes)
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OpenWrt-Yun 1.5.1

  • OpenWrt-Yun 1.5.1 Upgrade Image (changes)
October 07, 2014, at 05:06 PM by Cristian -Vacuum- Maglie -
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  • Windows: ZIP file (for non-administrator install)
  • Mac OS X: ZIP file for Java 6 (runs on any version of OSX)
  • Mac OS X: ZIP file for Java 7 (only OSX 10.7 or greater)
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  • Windows: ZIP file (for non-administrator install)
  • Mac OS X: ZIP file for Java 6
  • Mac OS X: ZIP file for Java 7. NOTE: the ZIP for Java 7 is experimental and it works only on OSX 10.7 or greater. If you experience problems running it please use the Java 6 version.
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  • Mac OS X: ZIP file for Java 7 (only OSX 10.7 or greater)
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  • Mac OS X: ZIP file for Java 7 (only OSX 10.7 or greater)
October 01, 2014, at 06:22 PM by Cristian -Vacuum- Maglie -
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Arduino 1.5.7 BETA (with support for Arduino Yún and Arduino Due boards)

If you have the Arduino Yún or Due you must download the 1.5.7 version. Refer to the Yun getting started page, or Due getting started page for specific details about those boards.

WARNING: This software is a beta version, you may encounter bugs or unexpected behaviours. Please discuss any issues in the Yún forum or Due forum

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Arduino 1.5.8 BETA (with support for Arduino Yún and Arduino Due boards)

If you have the Arduino Yún or Due you must download the 1.5.8 version. Refer to the Yun getting started page, or Due getting started page for specific details about those boards. Please discuss any issues in the Yún forum or Due forum

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Arduino 1.5.7 (release notes):

  • Windows: Installer
  • Windows: ZIP file (for non-administrator install)
  • Mac OS X: ZIP file for Java 6 (runs on any version of OSX)
  • Mac OS X: ZIP file for Java 7 (only OSX 10.7 or greater)
  • Linux: 32 bit, 64 bit
  • source

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Arduino 1.5.8 (release notes):

  • Windows: Installer
  • Windows: ZIP file (for non-administrator install)
  • Mac OS X: ZIP file for Java 6 (runs on any version of OSX)
  • Mac OS X: ZIP file for Java 7 (only OSX 10.7 or greater)
  • Linux: 32 bit, 64 bit
  • source

October 01, 2014, at 01:15 PM by Cristian -Vacuum- Maglie -
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Arduino 1.0.6 (release notes):

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Arduino 1.0.6 (release notes):

September 22, 2014, at 05:06 PM by Federico Fissore - openwrtyun 1.5.0
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OpenWrt-Yun 1.4.2

  • OpenWrt-Yun 1.4.2 Upgrade Image (changes)
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OpenWrt-Yun 1.5.0

  • OpenWrt-Yun 1.5.0 Upgrade Image (changes)
September 16, 2014, at 05:10 PM by Cristian -Vacuum- Maglie - Upgrade to 1.0.6
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Arduino 1.0.5

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Arduino 1.0.6

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Arduino 1.0.5 (release notes), hosted by Google Code:

NOTICE: Arduino Drivers have been updated to add support for Windows 8.1, you can download the updated IDE (version 1.0.5-r2 for Windows) from the download links below.

  • Windows Installer, Windows ZIP file (for non-administrator install)
  • Mac OS X
  • Linux: 32 bit, 64 bit
  • source

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Arduino 1.0.6 (release notes):

  • Windows Installer, Windows ZIP file (for non-administrator install)
  • Mac OS X
  • Linux: 32 bit, 64 bit
  • source

September 04, 2014, at 03:24 PM by Federico Fissore - openwrtyun 1.4.2
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OpenWrt-Yun 1.4.1

  • OpenWrt-Yun 1.4.1 Upgrade Image (changes)
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OpenWrt-Yun 1.4.2

  • OpenWrt-Yun 1.4.2 Upgrade Image (changes)
August 08, 2014, at 04:25 PM by Federico Fissore - openwrtyun 1.4.1
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OpenWrt-Yun 1.3

  • OpenWrt-Yun 1.3 Upgrade Image (changes)
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OpenWrt-Yun 1.4.1

  • OpenWrt-Yun 1.4.1 Upgrade Image (changes)
August 06, 2014, at 10:07 AM by Federico Fissore - revert to openwrtyun 1.3
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OpenWrt-Yun 1.4

  • OpenWrt-Yun 1.4 Upgrade Image (changes)
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OpenWrt-Yun 1.3

  • OpenWrt-Yun 1.3 Upgrade Image (changes)
August 05, 2014, at 03:30 PM by Federico Fissore - openwrtyun 1.4
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OpenWrt-Yun 1.3

  • OpenWrt-Yun 1.3 Upgrade Image (changes)
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OpenWrt-Yun 1.4

  • OpenWrt-Yun 1.4 Upgrade Image (changes)
July 15, 2014, at 11:34 AM by Federico Fissore - openwrtyun 1.3
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OpenWrt-Yun 1.2

  • OpenWrt-Yun 1.2 Upgrade Image (changes)
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OpenWrt-Yun 1.3

  • OpenWrt-Yun 1.3 Upgrade Image (changes)
July 13, 2014, at 08:55 PM by Cristian -Vacuum- Maglie -
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  • Mac OS X: ZIP file for Java 6
  • Mac OS X: ZIP file for Java 7 (runs on OSX 10.7 or greater)
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  • Mac OS X: ZIP file for Java 6 (runs on any version of OSX)
  • Mac OS X: ZIP file for Java 7 (only OSX 10.7 or greater)
July 11, 2014, at 10:11 AM by Federico Fissore - openwrtyun 1.2
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OpenWrt-Yun 1.1

  • OpenWrt-Yun 1.1 Upgrade Image
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OpenWrt-Yun 1.2

  • OpenWrt-Yun 1.2 Upgrade Image (changes)
July 07, 2014, at 05:40 PM by Federico Fissore - macosx-java7-r2
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  • Mac OS X: ZIP file for Java 7 (runs on OSX 10.7 or greater)
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  • Mac OS X: ZIP file for Java 7 (runs on OSX 10.7 or greater)
July 07, 2014, at 02:56 PM by Cristian -Vacuum- Maglie -
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  • Mac OS X: Zip file for Java 7 (runs on OSX 10.7 or greater)
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  • Mac OS X: ZIP file for Java 7 (runs on OSX 10.7 or greater)
July 07, 2014, at 02:44 PM by Cristian -Vacuum- Maglie -
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  • Windows Installer, Windows ZIP file (for non-administrator install)
  • Mac OS X
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  • Windows: Installer
  • Windows: ZIP file (for non-administrator install)
  • Mac OS X: ZIP file for Java 6
  • Mac OS X: Zip file for Java 7 (runs on OSX 10.7 or greater)
July 02, 2014, at 05:05 PM by Cristian -Vacuum- Maglie - Upgrade to 1.5.7
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Arduino 1.5.6-r2 BETA (with support for Arduino Yún and Arduino Due boards)

If you have the Arduino Yún or Due you must download the 1.5.6 version. Refer to the Yun getting started page, or Due getting started page for specific details about those boards.

WARNING: version 1.5.6 may cause problems with the serial monitor, the problem is fixed in version 1.5.6-r2 that can be downloaded below.

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Arduino 1.5.7 BETA (with support for Arduino Yún and Arduino Due boards)

If you have the Arduino Yún or Due you must download the 1.5.7 version. Refer to the Yun getting started page, or Due getting started page for specific details about those boards.

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Arduino 1.5.6-r2 (release notes):

  • Windows Installer, Windows ZIP file (for non-administrator install)
  • Mac OS X
  • Linux: 32 bit, 64 bit
  • source

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Arduino 1.5.7 (release notes):

  • Windows Installer, Windows ZIP file (for non-administrator install)
  • Mac OS X
  • Linux: 32 bit, 64 bit
  • source

June 20, 2014, at 04:54 PM by Federico Fissore - openwrt-yun 1.1
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OpenWrt-Yun 1.0

  • OpenWrt-Yun 1.0 Upgrade Image
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OpenWrt-Yun 1.1

  • OpenWrt-Yun 1.1 Upgrade Image
June 16, 2014, at 03:49 PM by Federico Fissore - added yun packages list
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Packages list
The list of available packages for the Yún is available here.

June 10, 2014, at 05:55 PM by Scott Fitzgerald -
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  • Windows Installer, Windows (ZIP file)
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  • Windows Installer, Windows ZIP file (for non-administrator install)
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Also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32-bit, 64-bit), source

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Also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32-bit, 64-bit), source

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  • Windows Installer, Windows (ZIP file)
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  • Windows Installer, Windows ZIP file (for non-administrator install)
April 18, 2014, at 04:33 PM by Federico Fissore - openwrt-yun
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OpenWRT Images for the Yún

OpenWRT-Yun 1.0

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OpenWrt Images for the Yún

OpenWrt-Yun 1.0

  • OpenWrt-Yun 1.0 Upgrade Image
April 18, 2014, at 04:08 PM by Federico Fissore - openwrt-yun
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Linino Images for the Yún

Linino 1.0 (first release of the Linino image for the Yún)

  • Linino 1.0 Upgrade Image
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OpenWRT Images for the Yún

OpenWRT-Yun 1.0

  • OpenWRT-Yun 1.0 Upgrade Image
March 24, 2014, at 12:32 PM by Roberto Guido - added code for crazyegg
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February 21, 2014, at 07:57 PM by Cristian -Vacuum- Maglie - Upgrade to 1.5.6-r2
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Arduino 1.5.6 BETA (with support for Arduino Yún and Arduino Due boards)

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Arduino 1.5.6-r2 BETA (with support for Arduino Yún and Arduino Due boards)

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WARNING: version 1.5.6 may cause problems with the serial monitor, the problem is fixed in version 1.5.6-r2 that can be downloaded below.

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Arduino 1.5.6 (release notes):

  • Windows Installer, Windows (ZIP file)
  • Mac OS X
  • Linux: 32 bit, 64 bit
  • source

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Arduino 1.5.6-r2 (release notes):

  • Windows Installer, Windows (ZIP file)
  • Mac OS X
  • Linux: 32 bit, 64 bit
  • source

February 20, 2014, at 05:53 PM by Cristian -Vacuum- Maglie - Update IDE to 1.5.6
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Arduino 1.5.5 BETA (with support for Arduino Yún and Arduino Due boards)

NOTICE: Arduino Drivers have been updated to add support for Windows 8.1, you can download the updated IDE (version 1.5.5-r2 for Windows) from the download links below.

If you have the Arduino Yún or Due you must download the 1.5.5 version. Refer to the Yun getting started page, or Due getting started page for specific details about those boards.

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Arduino 1.5.6 BETA (with support for Arduino Yún and Arduino Due boards)

If you have the Arduino Yún or Due you must download the 1.5.6 version. Refer to the Yun getting started page, or Due getting started page for specific details about those boards.

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Arduino 1.5.5 (release notes):

  • Windows Installer, Windows (ZIP file)
  • Mac OS X
  • Linux: 32 bit, 64 bit
  • source

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Arduino 1.5.6 (release notes):

  • Windows Installer, Windows (ZIP file)
  • Mac OS X
  • Linux: 32 bit, 64 bit
  • source

January 10, 2014, at 11:27 PM by Cristian -Vacuum- Maglie -
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  • source

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  • source

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  • Windows Installer, Windows (ZIP file)
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NOTICE: Arduino Drivers have been updated to add support for Windows 8.1, you can download the updated IDE (version 1.0.5-r2 for Windows) from the download links below.

  • Windows Installer, Windows (ZIP file)
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NOTICE: Arduino Drivers have been updated to add support for Windows 8.1, you can download the updated IDE (version 1.5.5-r2 for Windows) from the download links below.

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  • Windows Installer, Windows (ZIP file)
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  • Windows Installer, Windows (ZIP file)
December 19, 2013, at 07:12 PM by Roberto Guido - Galileo IDE link changed again
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  • Download for Windows, Linux and Mac available here.
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  • Download for Windows, Linux and Mac available here.
December 19, 2013, at 05:21 PM by Roberto Guido - corrected link for Galileo IDE. Thanks Szakács Tamás for alert
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  • Download for Windows, Linux and Mac available here.
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  • Download for Windows, Linux and Mac available here.
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This procedure is only recommended to advanced users who wish to completely re-flash the Yún including its U-Boot bootloader.

These instructions on reflashing the base images are for reference only. Following them will void your Yún's warranty.

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This procedure is only recommended to advanced users who wish to completely re-flash the Yún including its U-Boot bootloader. These instructions on reflashing the base images are for reference only. Following them will void your Yún's warranty.

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This procedure is only recommended to advanced users who wish to completely re-flash the Yún including its U-Boot bootloader. Refer to the official OpenWRT page for general information on this process.

These instructions on reflashing the base images are for reference only. Following them will void your Yún's warranty.

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This procedure is only recommended to advanced users who wish to completely re-flash the Yún including its U-Boot bootloader.

These instructions on reflashing the base images are for reference only. Following them will void your Yún's warranty.

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  • Linino 1.0 base images (uboot, kernel, rootfs)
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There are two ways to update the Linino GNU/Linux image on the Yún:

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This procedure is only recommended to advanced users who wish to completely re-flash the Yún including its U-Boot bootloader. Refer to the official OpenWRT page for flashing the three images contained inside the zi belowp. Download the base images (uboot, kernel, rootfs)

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This procedure is only recommended to advanced users who wish to completely re-flash the Yún including its U-Boot bootloader. Refer to the official OpenWRT page for general information on this process.

These instructions on reflashing the base images are for reference only. Following them will void your Yún's warranty.

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Easy Procedure (recommended)
Download the Upgrade Image then please follow the steps in the Yún sysupgrade tutorial.

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Advanced Procedure
This procedure is only recommended to advanced users who wish to completely re-flash the Yún including its U-Boot bootloader. Refer to the official OpenWRT page for flashing the three images contained inside the zi belowp. Download the base images (uboot, kernel, rootfs)

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November 29, 2013, at 01:01 PM by Federico Fissore - Linino update instructions
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linino_v1 (first release of the Linino image for the Yún)

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Download the zip file below and follow the steps in the Yún sysupgrade tutorial.

download: YunSysupgradeImage_v1.zip

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download: YunImage_v1.zip

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Download the base images (uboot, kernel, rootfs)

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Arduino 1.5 BETA (with support for Arduino Yún and Arduino Due boards)

If you have the Arduino Yún or Due you must download the 1.5.4 version. Refer to the Yun getting started page, or Due getting started page for specific details about those boards.

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Arduino 1.5.5 BETA (with support for Arduino Yún and Arduino Due boards)

If you have the Arduino Yún or Due you must download the 1.5.5 version. Refer to the Yun getting started page, or Due getting started page for specific details about those boards.

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WARNING: The early Windows release 1.5.4 contained a bug that prevents it from working correctly on Windows 8. 1.5.4r2 fixes the issue.

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Arduino 1.5.4 (release notes):

  • Windows Installer 1.5.4 r2, Windows (ZIP file) 1.5.4 r2
  • Mac OS X
  • Linux: 32 bit, 64 bit
  • source

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Arduino 1.5.5 (release notes):

  • Windows Installer, Windows (ZIP file)
  • Mac OS X
  • Linux: 32 bit, 64 bit
  • source

October 23, 2013, at 05:27 PM by Federico Fissore - Added linino section
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linino_v000 (release notes?)

There are two ways to update the Linino Linux image on the Yún:

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linino_v1 (first release of the Linino image for the Yún)

There are two ways to update the Linino GNU/Linux image on the Yún:

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Download the zip file below. Unpack it, and follow the steps in the Yún sysupgrade tutorial.

download: YunSysupgradeImage_v000.zip Δ

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Download the zip file below and follow the steps in the Yún sysupgrade tutorial.

download: YunSysupgradeImage_v1.zip

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This procedure is only recommended to advanced users who wish to completely re-flash the Yún including its U-Boot bootloader. Refer to the official OpenWRT page for flashing the three images contained inside the zi belowp.

download: YunImage_v1.zip

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This version of the Arduino IDE supports only the Intel Galileo board that has the x86 architecture. [[https://communities.intel.com/community/makers/software/drivers | Download here]].

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This version of the Arduino IDE supports only the Intel Galileo board that has the x86 architecture.

  • Download for Windows, Linux and Mac available here.
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|Download here]]

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| Download here]].

October 18, 2013, at 04:36 PM by Roberto Guido - review intel galileo links
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This version of the Arduino IDE is based on the 1.5.3 but supports only the Intel Galileo board that has the x86 architecture.

  • Windows
  • Mac OS X
  • Linux: 32 bit, 64 bit
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This version of the Arduino IDE supports only the Intel Galileo board that has the x86 architecture. [[https://communities.intel.com/community/makers/software/drivers |Download here]]

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If you have the Arduino Yún or Due you must download the 1.5.4 version. Refer to the Yun getting started page, or Due getting started page for specific details abotu those boards.

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If you have the Arduino Yún or Due you must download the 1.5.4 version. Refer to the Yun getting started page, or Due getting started page for specific details about those boards.

October 09, 2013, at 04:33 PM by Roberto Guido - minor typo, thanks Joël Rouiller for alert
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If you have the Arduino Yún or Due you must download the 1.5.4 version. Refer to the Yun getting started page, or Due getting started page for specific details abotu thiose boards.

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If you have the Arduino Yún or Due you must download the 1.5.4 version. Refer to the Yun getting started page, or Due getting started page for specific details abotu those boards.

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Arduino IDE for Intel Galileo

This version of the Arduino IDE is based on the 1.5.3 but supports only the Intel Galileo board that has the x86 architecture.

  • Windows
  • Mac OS X
  • Linux: 32 bit, 64 bit
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This page contains the download links to the latest Arduino integrated development environment (IDE) software, release notes, and additional software not included with the IDE like system images.

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This page contains the download links to the latest Arduino integrated development environment (IDE) software, release notes, and additional software not included with the IDE such as system images for the Yún.

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If you are looking for previous releases of the Arduino IDE you can find them on this page.

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If you are looking for previous releases of the Arduino IDE you can find them on the previous releases page.

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linino_v000 (release notes?)

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linino_v000 (release notes?)

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Download the zip file, unpack it, and follow the steps in the Yún sysupgrade tutorial.

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Download the zip file below. Unpack it, and follow the steps in the Yún sysupgrade tutorial.

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This procedure is only recommended to advanced users who wish to completely re-flash the Yún including its U-Boot bootloader. Refer to the official OpenWRT page for flashing the three images contained inside the zip.

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This procedure is only recommended to advanced users who wish to completely re-flash the Yún including its U-Boot bootloader. Refer to the official OpenWRT page for flashing the three images contained inside the zi belowp.

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This page contains the download links to the latest Arduino integrated development environment (IDE) software with some news about the details introduced and a section for downloading other software we don't include inside the IDE.

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This page contains the download links to the latest Arduino integrated development environment (IDE) software, release notes, and additional software not included with the IDE like system images.

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Arduino 1.5 BETA (with support for Arduino Yún and Arduino Due Board)

If you have the new Yún or Due Board you must download the 1.5.4 version. Once you get the software follow this instruction to get started with the Arduino Yún, or this instruction to get started with the Arduino Due.

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Arduino 1.5 BETA (with support for Arduino Yún and Arduino Due boards)

If you have the Arduino Yún or Due you must download the 1.5.4 version. Refer to the Yun getting started page, or Due getting started page for specific details abotu thiose boards.

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WARNING: The early Windows release 1.5.4 contains a bug that prevents it from working correctly on Windows 8. We released the 1.5.4r2 that fix the problem.

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WARNING: The early Windows release 1.5.4 contained a bug that prevents it from working correctly on Windows 8. 1.5.4r2 fixes the issue.

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If you are looking for previous releases of the Arduino IDE you can search it on this page.

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If you are looking for previous releases of the Arduino IDE you can find them on this page.

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Download the zip file and unpack it, then follow the steps in the Yún sysupgrade tutorial.

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Download the zip file, unpack it, and follow the steps in the Yún sysupgrade tutorial.

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This procedure is only indicated to the advanced user who wants to completely re-flash the Yún including its U-Boot bootloader. Refer to the official OpenWRT page for flashing the three images contained inside the zip.

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This procedure is only recommended to advanced users who wish to completely re-flash the Yún including its U-Boot bootloader. Refer to the official OpenWRT page for flashing the three images contained inside the zip.

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With this procedure you simply need to download the zip file and use the image contained in it to update the Linino Linux via Yún web panel or a simple command line. The Yún sysupgrade tutorial will drive you step-by-step.

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Download the zip file and unpack it, then follow the steps in the Yún sysupgrade tutorial.

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This procedure is only indicated to the advanced user who want to re-flash completely the Yún including the U-Boot bootloader. Refer to the official OpenWRT page for installing the three images contained inside the zip.

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This procedure is only indicated to the advanced user who wants to completely re-flash the Yún including its U-Boot bootloader. Refer to the official OpenWRT page for flashing the three images contained inside the zip.

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Previous Versions

If you are looking for the previous releases of the Arduino IDE you can search it on this page.

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Previous Releases

If you are looking for previous releases of the Arduino IDE you can search it on this page.

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Download

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Download

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Next steps

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Next steps

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Download Arduino 1.5 BETA (with support for Arduino Yún and Arduino Due Board)

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Arduino 1.5 BETA (with support for Arduino Yún and Arduino Due Board)

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Previous IDE Versions

These packages are not supported any longer by the development team:

  • Arduino 1.5.3 BETA: Windows, Windows Installer, Mac OS X, Linux: 32 bit, 64 bit, source

  • Arduino 1.5.2 BETA: Windows,Mac OS X, Linux: 32 bit, 64 bit, source

  • Arduino 1.5.1 BETA: Windows,Mac OS X, Linux: 32 bit, 64 bit, source

  • Arduino 1.5 BETA: Windows,Mac OS X, Linux: 32 bit, 64 bit, source

  • Arduino 1.0.4: Windows,Mac OS X, Linux: (32 bit, 64 bit), source- hosted by Google Code

  • Arduino 1.0.3: Windows,Mac OS X, Linux: (32 bit, 64 bit), source- hosted by Google Code

  • Arduino 1.0.2: Windows,Mac OS X, Linux: (32 bit, 64 bit), source- hosted by Google Code

  • Arduino 1.0.1: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux: (32 bit, 64 bit), source - hosted by Google Code

  • Arduino 1.0 (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32 bit) 64 bit), source - hosted by Google Code
    Also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit) (64bit), source

  • Arduino 0023 (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32 bit) 64 bit) - hosted by Google Code
    Also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit) (64bit)

  • Arduino 0022 (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32 bit) 64 bit) - hosted by Google Code
    Also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit) (64bit), Source

  • Arduino 0021 (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32 bit) (hosted by Google Code)
    Also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit) (64bit), Source

  • Arduino 0020 (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X (hosted by Google Code)
    Also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X

  • Arduino 0019 (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32 bit) (hosted by Google Code)
    Also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit)

  • Arduino 0018 (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X, Linux: 32 bit, 64 bit (hosted by Google Code)
    Also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit)

  • Arduino 0017 (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (hosted by Google Code)
    Also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit)

  • Arduino 0016 (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (hosted by Google Code)
    Also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit)

  • Arduino 0015 (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (hosted by Google Code)
    Also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit)

  • Arduino 0014 (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X (hosted by Google Code)
    Also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X

  • Arduino 0013 (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit) (hosted by Google Code)
    Also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit)

  • Arduino 0012 (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit), Linux (AMD 64bit)

  • Arduino 0011 (release notes): Mac OS X, Windows, Linux .

  • Arduino 0010 (release notes): Mac OS X, Windows, Linux .

  • Arduino 0009 (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9): PPC (10.4, 10.3.9), Intel. Windows. Linux .

  • Arduino 0008 (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9) PPC, Intel. Windows .

  • Arduino 0007 (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9): PPC, Intel. Windows, Linux

  • Arduino 0006 (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9): PPC, Intel. Windows .

  • Arduino 0005: Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9), PPC, Intel. Windows .

  • Arduino 0004: Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9). Windows .

  • Arduino 0003: Mac OS X PPC / Mac OS X Intel (thanks to Nick Weldin for figuring out how to make it and Rafael Marquetti and Fernando Rabelo for putting this together), Windows .

  • Arduino 0002: for Mac OS X, Windows

  • Arduino 0001: for Mac OS X, Windows (with Java | without Java)
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Previous Versions

If you are looking for the previous releases of the Arduino IDE you can search it on this page.


Other Software

Linino Images for the Yún

linino_v000 (release notes?)

There are two ways to update the Linino Linux image on the Yún:

Easy Procedure (recommended)
With this procedure you simply need to download the zip file and use the image contained in it to update the Linino Linux via Yún web panel or a simple command line. The Yún sysupgrade tutorial will drive you step-by-step.

download: YunSysupgradeImage_v000.zip Δ

Advanced Procedure
This procedure is only indicated to the advanced user who want to re-flash completely the Yún including the U-Boot bootloader. Refer to the official OpenWRT page for installing the three images contained inside the zip.

download: YunImage_v000.zip Δ

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Download Arduino 1.5 BETA (with support for Arduino Yun and Arduino Due Board)

If you have the new Yun or Due Board you must download the 1.5.4 version. Once you get the software follow this instruction to get started with the Arduino Yun, or this instruction to get started with the Arduino Due.

WARNING: This software is a beta version, you may encounter bugs or unexpected behaviours. Please discuss any issues in the Yun forum or Due forum

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Download Arduino 1.5 BETA (with support for Arduino Yún and Arduino Due Board)

If you have the new Yún or Due Board you must download the 1.5.4 version. Once you get the software follow this instruction to get started with the Arduino Yún, or this instruction to get started with the Arduino Due.

WARNING: This software is a beta version, you may encounter bugs or unexpected behaviours. Please discuss any issues in the Yún forum or Due forum

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WARNING: The early Windows release 1.5.4 contains a bug that prevents it from working correctly on Windows 8. We released the 1.5.4r2 that fix the problem.

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  • Windows Installer, Windows (ZIP file)
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  • Windows Installer 1.5.4 r2, Windows (ZIP file) 1.5.4 r2
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If you have the new Yun or Due Board you must download the 1.5.4 version. Once you get the software follow this instruction to get started with the Arduino Due.

WARNING: This software is a beta version, you may encounter bugs or unexpected behaviours. Please discuss any issues in the Due forum

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If you have the new Yun or Due Board you must download the 1.5.4 version. Once you get the software follow this instruction to get started with the Arduino Yun, or this instruction to get started with the Arduino Due.

WARNING: This software is a beta version, you may encounter bugs or unexpected behaviours. Please discuss any issues in the Yun forum or Due forum

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Download Arduino 1.5 BETA (with support for Arduino Due Board)

If you have the new Due Board you must download the 1.5.3 version. Once you get the software follow this instruction to get started with the Arduino Due.

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Download Arduino 1.5 BETA (with support for Arduino Yun and Arduino Due Board)

If you have the new Yun or Due Board you must download the 1.5.4 version. Once you get the software follow this instruction to get started with the Arduino Due.

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Arduino 1.5.3 (release notes):

  • Windows Installer, Windows (ZIP file)
  • Mac OS X
  • Linux: 32 bit, 64 bit
  • source
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Arduino 1.5.4 (release notes):

  • Windows Installer, Windows (ZIP file)
  • Mac OS X
  • Linux: 32 bit, 64 bit
  • source
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If you have the new Due Board you must download the 1.5.2 version. Once you get the software follow this instruction to get started with the Arduino Due.

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If you have the new Due Board you must download the 1.5.3 version. Once you get the software follow this instruction to get started with the Arduino Due.

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Arduino 1.5.2 (release notes):

  • Windows
  • Mac OS X
  • Linux: 32 bit, 64 bit
  • source
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Arduino 1.5.3 (release notes):

  • Windows Installer, Windows (ZIP file)
  • Mac OS X
  • Linux: 32 bit, 64 bit
  • source
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Arduino 1.0.4 (release notes), hosted by Google Code:

  • Windows
  • Mac OS X
  • Linux: 32 bit, 64 bit
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Arduino 1.0.5 (release notes), hosted by Google Code:

  • Windows Installer, Windows (ZIP file)
  • Mac OS X
  • Linux: 32 bit, 64 bit
  • source

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Nightly Builds

  • Windows
  • Mac OS X
  • Linux: 32 bit, 64 bit
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Arduino 1.0.3 (release notes), hosted by Google Code:

  • Windows
  • Mac OS X
  • Linux: 32 bit, 64 bit
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Arduino 1.0.4 (release notes), hosted by Google Code:

  • Windows
  • Mac OS X
  • Linux: 32 bit, 64 bit
  • source

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The source code to the Arduino software is hosted by GitHub. See the instructions for building the code.

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Active development of the Arduino software is hosted by GitHub. See the instructions for building the code.

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If you have the new Due Board you must download the 1.5.2 version

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If you have the new Due Board you must download the 1.5.2 version. Once you get the software follow this instruction to get started with the Arduino Due.

WARNING: This software is a beta version, you may encounter bugs or unexpected behaviours. Please discuss any issues in the Due forum

February 06, 2013, at 06:59 PM by Cristian -Vacuum- Maglie - Updated to 1.5.2
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Download Arduino DUE Board Software

If you have the new Due Board click here

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Download Arduino 1.5 BETA (with support for Arduino Due Board)

If you have the new Due Board you must download the 1.5.2 version

Arduino 1.5.2 (release notes):

  • Windows
  • Mac OS X
  • Linux: 32 bit, 64 bit
  • source
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The source code to the Arduino software is hosted by GitHub. See the instructions for building the code.

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The source code to the Arduino software is hosted by GitHub. See the instructions for building the code.

  • source code to the Arduino software.
  • source code to the 1.5 BETA version of Arduino software.
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  • Arduino 1.5 BETA: Windows,Mac OS X, Linux: 32 bit, 64 bit, source
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  • Windows
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Arduino 1.0.1 (release notes), hosted by Google Code:

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Downloads will be available from arduino.cc soon.

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Arduino 1.0.2 (release notes), hosted by Google Code:

  • Windows
  • Mac OS X
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  • source

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  • Arduino 0001: for Mac OS X, Windows (with Java | without Java)
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Download Due Board Software

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Download Arduino DUE Board Software

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Download Due Board Software

If you have the new Due Board click here

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  • Arduino 1.0 (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32 bit) 64 bit), source - hosted by Google Code
    Also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit) (64bit), source
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Arduino 1.0.1 (release notes), hosted by Google Code:

  • Windows
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  • Linux: 32 bit, 64 bit
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Downloads will be available from arduino.cc soon.

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Arduino 0023 (release notes), hosted by Google Code:

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  • Linux: 32 bit, 64 bit
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  • Windows
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  • Arduino 0003: Mac OS X PPC / Mac OS X Intel (thanks to Nick Weldin for figuring out how to make it and Rafael Marquetti and Fernando Rabelo for putting this together), Windows .
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February 16, 2011, at 05:04 PM by David A. Mellis - Adding 64 bit linux download.
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Serial Proxy

Also useful is the serial proxy for talking to an Arduino board from Flash or other programs. It forwards data from a serial port to a network connection and vise-versa. Download: Mac, Windows, source

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The source code to the Arduino software is hosted by GitHub. See the instructions for building the code.

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  • Windows
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THE Arduino SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED TO YOU "AS IS," AND WE MAKE NO EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES WHATSOEVER WITH RESPECT TO ITS FUNCTIONALITY, OPERABILITY, OR USE, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR INFRINGEMENT. WE EXPRESSLY DISCLAIM ANY LIABILITY WHATSOEVER FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL OR SPECIAL DAMAGES, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, LOST REVENUES, LOST PROFITS, LOSSES RESULTING FROM BUSINESS INTERRUPTION OR LOSS OF DATA, REGARDLESS OF THE FORM OF ACTION OR LEGAL THEORY UNDER WHICH THE LIABILITY MAY BE ASSERTED, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OR LIKELIHOOD OF SUCH DAMAGES.

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THE Arduino SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED TO YOU "AS IS," AND WE MAKE NO EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES WHATSOEVER WITH RESPECT TO ITS FUNCTIONALITY, OPERABILITY, OR USE, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR INFRINGEMENT. WE EXPRESSLY DISCLAIM ANY LIABILITY WHATSOEVER FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL OR SPECIAL DAMAGES, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, LOST REVENUES, LOST PROFITS, LOSSES RESULTING FROM BUSINESS INTERRUPTION OR LOSS OF DATA, REGARDLESS OF THE FORM OF ACTION OR LEGAL THEORY UNDER WHICH THE LIABILITY MAY BE ASSERTED, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OR LIKELIHOOD OF SUCH DAMAGES.

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THE Arduino SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED TO YOU "AS IS," AND WE MAKE NO EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES WHATSOEVER WITH RESPECT TO ITS FUNCTIONALITY, OPERABILITY, OR USE, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR INFRINGEMENT. WE EXPRESSLY DISCLAIM ANY LIABILITY WHATSOEVER FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL OR SPECIAL DAMAGES, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, LOST REVENUES, LOST PROFITS, LOSSES RESULTING FROM BUSINESS INTERRUPTION OR LOSS OF DATA, REGARDLESS OF THE FORM OF ACTION OR LEGAL THEORY UNDER WHICH THE LIABILITY MAY BE ASSERTED, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OR LIKELIHOOD OF SUCH DAMAGES.

By downloading the software from this page, you agree to the specified terms.

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    Also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit) (disabled during migration)

  • Arduino 0014 (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X (hosted by Google Code)
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  • Arduino 0013 (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit) (hosted by Google Code)
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  • Arduino 0012 (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit), Linux (AMD 64bit) (disabled during migration)

  • Arduino 0011 (release notes): Mac OS X, Windows, Linux (disabled during migration).

  • Arduino 0010 (release notes): Mac OS X, Windows, Linux (disabled during migration).

  • Arduino 0009 (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9): PPC (10.4, 10.3.9), Intel. Windows. Linux (disabled during migration).

  • Arduino 0008 (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9) PPC, Intel. Windows (disabled during migration).

  • Arduino 0007 (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9): PPC, Intel. Windows, Linux (disabled during migration)

  • Arduino 0006 (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9): PPC, Intel. Windows (disabled during migration).

  • Arduino 0005: Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9), PPC, Intel. Windows (disabled during migration).

  • Arduino 0004: Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9). Windows (disabled during migration).

  • Arduino 0003: Mac OS X PPC / Mac OS X Intel (thanks to Nick Weldin for firguring out how to make it and Rafael Marquetti and Fernando Rabelo for putting this together), Windows (disabled during migration).
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  • Arduino 0016 (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (hosted by Google Code)
    Also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit)

  • Arduino 0015 (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (hosted by Google Code)
    Also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit)

  • Arduino 0014 (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X (hosted by Google Code)
    Also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X

  • Arduino 0013 (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit) (hosted by Google Code)
    Also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit)

  • Arduino 0012 (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit), Linux (AMD 64bit)

  • Arduino 0011 (release notes): Mac OS X, Windows, Linux .

  • Arduino 0010 (release notes): Mac OS X, Windows, Linux .

  • Arduino 0009 (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9): PPC (10.4, 10.3.9), Intel. Windows. Linux .

  • Arduino 0008 (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9) PPC, Intel. Windows .

  • Arduino 0007 (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9): PPC, Intel. Windows, Linux

  • Arduino 0006 (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9): PPC, Intel. Windows .

  • Arduino 0005: Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9), PPC, Intel. Windows .

  • Arduino 0004: Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9). Windows .

  • Arduino 0003: Mac OS X PPC / Mac OS X Intel (thanks to Nick Weldin for firguring out how to make it and Rafael Marquetti and Fernando Rabelo for putting this together), Windows .
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  • Arduino 0015 (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (hosted by Google Code)
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  • Arduino 0013 (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit) (hosted by Google Code)
    Also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit) (disabled during migration)

  • Arduino 0012 (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit), Linux (AMD 64bit)

  • Arduino 0011 (release notes): Mac OS X, Windows, Linux.

  • Arduino 0010 (release notes): Mac OS X, Windows, Linux.

  • Arduino 0009 (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9): PPC (10.4, 10.3.9), Intel. Windows. Linux.

  • Arduino 0008 (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9) PPC, Intel. Windows.

  • Arduino 0007 (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9): PPC, Intel. Windows, Linux

  • Arduino 0006 (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9): PPC, Intel. Windows.

  • Arduino 0005: Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9), PPC, Intel. Windows.

  • Arduino 0004: Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9). Windows.

  • Arduino 0003: Mac OS X PPC / Mac OS X Intel (thanks to Nick Weldin for firguring out how to make it and Rafael Marquetti and Fernando Rabelo for putting this together), Windows.
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  • Arduino 0016 (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (hosted by Google Code)
    Also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit) (disabled during migration)

  • Arduino 0015 (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (hosted by Google Code)
    Also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit) (disabled during migration)

  • Arduino 0014 (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X (hosted by Google Code)
    Also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X (disabled during migration)

  • Arduino 0013 (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit) (hosted by Google Code)
    Also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit) (disabled during migration)

  • Arduino 0012 (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit), Linux (AMD 64bit) (disabled during migration)

  • Arduino 0011 (release notes): Mac OS X, Windows, Linux (disabled during migration).

  • Arduino 0010 (release notes): Mac OS X, Windows, Linux (disabled during migration).

  • Arduino 0009 (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9): PPC (10.4, 10.3.9), Intel. Windows. Linux (disabled during migration).

  • Arduino 0008 (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9) PPC, Intel. Windows (disabled during migration).

  • Arduino 0007 (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9): PPC, Intel. Windows, Linux (disabled during migration)

  • Arduino 0006 (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9): PPC, Intel. Windows (disabled during migration).

  • Arduino 0005: Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9), PPC, Intel. Windows (disabled during migration).

  • Arduino 0004: Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9). Windows (disabled during migration).

  • Arduino 0003: Mac OS X PPC / Mac OS X Intel (thanks to Nick Weldin for firguring out how to make it and Rafael Marquetti and Fernando Rabelo for putting this together), Windows (disabled during migration).
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Also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit) (disabled during migration)

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  • Arduino 0016 (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (hosted by Google Code)
    Also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit)

  • Arduino 0015 (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (hosted by Google Code)
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  • Arduino 0014 (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X (hosted by Google Code)
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  • Arduino 0013 (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit) (hosted by Google Code)
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  • Arduino 0016 (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (hosted by Google Code)
    Also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit) (disabled during migration)

  • Arduino 0015 (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (hosted by Google Code)
    Also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit) (disabled during migration)

  • Arduino 0014 (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X (hosted by Google Code)
    Also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X (disabled during migration)

  • Arduino 0013 (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit) (hosted by Google Code)
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Also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit)

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Also available from Arduino.cc: (disabled during migration) Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit)

August 13, 2009, at 07:51 PM by David A. Mellis - fixing arduino.cc link for Mac.
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Also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit)

August 12, 2009, at 01:11 AM by David A. Mellis - Adding Arduino 0017.
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Arduino 0016 (release notes), hosted by Google Code:

  • Windows
  • Mac OS X
  • Linux (32bit) - check here for compatibility

Also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit)

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Arduino 0017 (release notes), hosted by Google Code:

  • Windows
  • Mac OS X
  • Linux (32bit) - check here for compatibility

Also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit)

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  • Arduino 0014 (release notes), hosted by Google Code: Windows, Mac OS X (also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X)

  • Arduino 0013 (release notes), hosted by Google Code: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit) (also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit))
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  • Arduino 0015 (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (hosted by Google Code)
    Also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit)

  • Arduino 0014 (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X (hosted by Google Code)
    Also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X

  • Arduino 0013 (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit) (hosted by Google Code)
    Also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit)
June 04, 2009, at 02:12 PM by David A. Mellis - Arduino 0016
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Arduino 0015 (release notes), hosted by Google Code:

  • Windows
  • Mac OS X
  • Linux (32bit) - check here for compatibility

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Arduino 0016 (release notes), hosted by Google Code:

  • Windows
  • Mac OS X
  • Linux (32bit) - check here for compatibility

Also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit)

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  • Arduino 0013 for Linux (32bit) - check here for compatibility

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  • Linux (32bit) - check here for compatibility

Also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit)

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Arduino 0014 (release notes), hosted by Google Code:

  • Windows
  • Mac OS X
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Arduino 0015 (release notes), hosted by Google Code:

  • Windows
  • Mac OS X
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Also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X, Arduino 0013 for Linux (32bit)

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Also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X, Arduino 0013 for Linux (32bit)

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Arduino 0013 (release notes), hosted by Google Code:

  • Windows
  • Mac OS X
  • Linux (32bit) - check here for compatibility

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Arduino 0014 (release notes), hosted by Google Code:

  • Windows
  • Mac OS X
  • Arduino 0013 for Linux (32bit) - check here for compatibility

Also available from Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X, Arduino 0013 for Linux (32bit)

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  • Linux (32bit) IMPORTANT: check the playground for issues regarding software updates to get Arduino to run
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Source Code

The source code to the Arduino software can be browsed online or checked out. See the instructions for building the code.

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Source Code

The source code to the Arduino software can be browsed online or checked out. See the instructions for building the code.

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Screenshot

A screenshot of the Arduino IDE showing a simple example program.

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Arduino 0013 (release notes):

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Arduino 0013 (release notes), hosted by Google Code:

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Hosted by Google Code. Also available on Arduino.cc: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit)

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Arduino 0012 (release notes):

  • Windows
  • Mac OS X
  • Linux (32bit)
  • Linux (AMD 64bit)

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Arduino 0013 (release notes):

  • Windows
  • Mac OS X
  • Linux (32bit)

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The source code to the Arduino software can be browsed online or checked out. See the instructions for building the code.

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The source code to the Arduino software can be browsed online or checked out. See the instructions for building the code.

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    Linux version is 0011 for now; 0012 coming soon.
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  • Linux (instructions).
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Arduino 0011 (release notes):

  • Windows
  • Mac OS X
  • Linux (instructions)
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Arduino 0012 (release notes):

  • Windows
  • Mac OS X
  • Linux (instructions).
    Linux version is 0011 for now; 0012 coming soon.
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Arduino Software

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Download the Arduino Software

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The source code to the Arduino software can be browsed online or checked out. See the instructions building the code.

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The source code to the Arduino software can be browsed online or checked out. See the instructions for building the code.

March 28, 2008, at 11:55 PM by David A. Mellis - arduino 0011
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Arduino 0010 (release notes):

  • Mac OS X
  • Windows
  • Linux (instructions)
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Arduino 0011 (release notes):

  • Windows
  • Mac OS X
  • Linux (instructions)
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The source code to the IDE and the on-board library is available. Also see these instructions for getting a copy of the code.

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The source code to the Arduino software can be browsed online or checked out. See the instructions building the code.

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Serial Proxy

Also useful is the serial proxy for talking to an Arduino board from Flash or other programs. It forwards data from a serial port to a network connection and vise-versa. Download: Mac, Windows, source

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Serial Proxy

Also useful is the serial proxy for talking to an Arduino board from Flash or other programs. It forwards data from a serial port to a network connection and vise-versa. Download: Mac, Windows, source

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  • Linux (instructions)
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  • Linux
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Arduino 0009 (release notes):

  • Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9): PPC (10.4, 10.3.9), Intel
  • Windows
  • Linux

If you have an older Mac, like a Powerbook, iBook, G4, or G5, download the PPC distribution. If you have a newer Mac, like a MacBook, MacBook Pro, or Mac Pro, download the Intel distribution.

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Arduino 0010 (release notes):

  • Mac OS X
  • Windows
  • Linux version coming soon.
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September 01, 2007, at 04:30 AM by David A. Mellis - adding link to 10.3.9 software
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  • Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9): PPC (10.4, 10.3.9), Intel
August 07, 2007, at 03:40 AM by David A. Mellis - posting 0009
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Arduino 0008 (release notes):

  • Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9): PPC, Intel
  • Windows
  • Linux version coming soon (for now, download 0007 below)
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Arduino 0009 (release notes):

  • Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9): PPC, Intel
  • Windows
  • Linux
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Arduino 0007 (release notes):

  • Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9): PPC, Intel
  • Windows
  • Linux
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Arduino 0008 (release notes):

  • Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9): PPC, Intel
  • Windows
  • Linux version coming soon (for now, download 0007 below)
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If you have an older Mac, like a Powerbook, iBook, G4, or G5, download the PPC distribution. If you have a newer Mac, like a MacBook, MacBook Pro, or Mac Pro, download the Intel distribution.

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Arduino 0007 (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9): PPC, Intel. Windows. Linux.

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Arduino 0007 (release notes):

  • Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9): PPC, Intel
  • Windows
  • Linux
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The open-source Arduino environment makes it easy to write code and upload it to the i/o board. It runs on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. The environment is written in Java and based on Processing. The downloads below include the avr-gcc compiler and other open-source tools.

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The open-source Arduino environment makes it easy to write code and upload it to the i/o board. It runs on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. The environment is written in Java and based on Processing, avr-gcc, and other open source software.

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Arduino 0006 (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9): PPC, Intel. Windows.

Linux users can download this archive of the Arduino 0006 source. See the FAQ#linux for information getting it built and running (use this archive instead of checking out the source from SVN).

All Mac OS X users will need to run the new macosx_setup.command file included in the distribution (and possibly reboot).

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Arduino 0007 (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9): PPC, Intel. Windows. Linux.

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Linux users can download this archive of the Arduino 0006 source Linux. See the FAQ#linux for information getting it built and running (use this archive instead of checking out the source from SVN).

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Linux users can download this archive of the Arduino 0006 source. See the FAQ#linux for information getting it built and running (use this archive instead of checking out the source from SVN).

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Linux users, see the FAQ.

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Linux users can download this archive of the Arduino 0006 source Linux. See the FAQ#linux for information getting it built and running (use this archive instead of checking out the source from SVN).

November 04, 2006, at 02:25 PM by David A. Mellis -
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Arduino 0006 (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9), PPC, Intel. Windows.

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Arduino 0006 (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9): PPC, Intel. Windows.

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  • Arduino 0005 (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9), PPC, Intel. Windows.

  • Arduino 0004 (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9). Windows.
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  • Arduino 0005: Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9), PPC, Intel. Windows.

  • Arduino 0004: Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9). Windows.
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Arduino 0005 (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9), PPC, Intel. Windows.

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  • Arduino 0005 (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9), PPC, Intel. Windows.
November 04, 2006, at 02:24 PM by David A. Mellis - releasing arduino 0006
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Arduino 0005 (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9), PPC, Intel. Windows.

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Arduino 0006 (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9), PPC, Intel. Windows.

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Arduino 0005 (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9), PPC, Intel. Windows.

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The Arduino IDE is a cross-platform tool for easy editing and uploading of Arduino programs. The front-end builds on Processing and is written in Java. The code that runs on the board is based on the Wiring API and makes use of the Procyon AVR-LIB.

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The open-source Arduino environment makes it easy to write code and upload it to the i/o board. It runs on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. The environment is written in Java and based on Processing. The downloads below include the avr-gcc compiler and other open-source tools.

September 06, 2006, at 09:57 AM by David A. Mellis -
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Arduino 0005 (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9), PPC, Intel . Windows.

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Arduino 0005 (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9), PPC, Intel. Windows.

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Arduino 0005 (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9), PPC, [http://www.arduino.cc/files/arduino-0005-mac-i386.zip | Intel]] . Windows.

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Arduino 0005 (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9), PPC, Intel . Windows.

September 06, 2006, at 09:56 AM by David A. Mellis - Releasing Arduino 0005
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Arduino 0004 (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9). Windows. Linux users, see the FAQ.

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Arduino 0005 (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9), PPC, [http://www.arduino.cc/files/arduino-0005-mac-i386.zip | Intel]] . Windows.

Linux users, see the FAQ.

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Ardiuno Software

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Arduino Software

May 12, 2006, at 11:24 AM by David A. Mellis - adding next steps
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The Arduino IDE is a cross-platform tool for easy editing and uploading of Arduino programs. The front-end builds on Processing and is written in Java. The code that runs on the board is based on the Wiring API and makes use of the Procyon AVR-LIB. See the API reference.

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Arduino 0004 (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9). Windows.

On Linux, you'll need to build from source; see the FAQ for details.

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Arduino 0004 (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9). Windows. Linux users, see the FAQ.

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May 08, 2006, at 12:27 PM by David A. Mellis -
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Arduino 0004 (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9). Windows.

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Arduino 0004 (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9). Windows.

May 08, 2006, at 12:27 PM by David A. Mellis - adding mac os x 10.3.9 requirement
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Arduino 0004 (release notes): Mac OS X (PPC). Windows.

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Arduino 0004 (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9). Windows.

April 29, 2006, at 04:40 PM by David A. Mellis -
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Arduino 0004: Mac OS X (PPC). Windows. (release notes)

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Arduino 0004 (release notes): Mac OS X (PPC). Windows.

April 29, 2006, at 04:40 PM by David A. Mellis -
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Arduino 0004: Mac OS X (PPC). Windows.

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Arduino 0004: Mac OS X (PPC). Windows. (release notes)

April 29, 2006, at 04:39 PM by David A. Mellis -
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Mac OS X users will need to run the new macosx_setup.command file included in the distribution (and possibly reboot).

Please ignore the error messages that appear when you start Arduino 0004 for the first time. They are warnings emitted when building the included libraries.

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All Mac OS X users will need to run the new macosx_setup.command file included in the distribution (and possibly reboot).

April 29, 2006, at 04:35 PM by David A. Mellis -
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On Linux, you'll need to build from source; see the FAQ for details.

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On Linux, you'll need to build from source; see the FAQ for details.

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Please ignore the error messages that appear when you start Arduino 0004 for the first time. They are warnings emitted when building the included libraries.

April 29, 2006, at 04:33 PM by David A. Mellis -
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Note: Mac OS X users will need to run the new macosx_setup.command file included in the distribution (and possibly reboot).

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Mac OS X users will need to run the new macosx_setup.command file included in the distribution (and possibly reboot).

April 29, 2006, at 04:32 PM by David A. Mellis -
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Note: Mac OS X users will need to run the new macosx_setup.command file included in the distribution (and possibly reboot).

April 29, 2006, at 04:30 PM by David A. Mellis -
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Arduino 0004: Mac OS X (PPC)?. Windows?.

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Arduino 0004: Mac OS X (PPC). Windows.

April 29, 2006, at 04:30 PM by David A. Mellis - Adding release 0004.
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Arduino 0003: Mac OS X PPC / Mac OS X Intel (thanks to Nick Weldin for firguring out how to make it and Rafael Marquetti and Fernando Rabelo for putting this together), Windows. On Linux, you'll need to build from source; see this forum thread for details.

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Arduino 0004: Mac OS X (PPC)?. Windows?.

On Linux, you'll need to build from source; see the FAQ for details.

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  • Arduino 0003: Mac OS X PPC / Mac OS X Intel (thanks to Nick Weldin for firguring out how to make it and Rafael Marquetti and Fernando Rabelo for putting this together), Windows.
April 19, 2006, at 04:34 PM by Massimo Banzi -
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Arduino 0003: Mac OS X Mac OS X Intel (thanks to Nick Weldin for firguring out how to make it and Rafael Marquetti and Fernando Rabelo for putting this together), Windows. On Linux, you'll need to build from source; see this forum thread for details.

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Arduino 0003: Mac OS X PPC / Mac OS X Intel (thanks to Nick Weldin for firguring out how to make it and Rafael Marquetti and Fernando Rabelo for putting this together), Windows. On Linux, you'll need to build from source; see this forum thread for details.

April 19, 2006, at 04:34 PM by Massimo Banzi -
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Arduino 0003: Mac OS X, Windows. On Linux, you'll need to build from source; see this forum thread for details.

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Arduino 0003: Mac OS X Mac OS X Intel (thanks to Nick Weldin for firguring out how to make it and Rafael Marquetti and Fernando Rabelo for putting this together), Windows. On Linux, you'll need to build from source; see this forum thread for details.

March 15, 2006, at 10:46 AM by David A. Mellis -
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Arduino 0003: Mac OS X, Windows. On Linux, you'll need to build from source; see this forum thread for details.

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Arduino 0003: Mac OS X, Windows. On Linux, you'll need to build from source; see this forum thread for details.

January 22, 2006, at 02:15 PM by 82.186.237.10 -
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The IDE is available for Mac OS X and Windows. On Linux, you'll need to build the source code and the avr-gcc tool chain.

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Arduino 0003: Mac OS X, Windows. On Linux, you'll need to build from source; see this forum thread for details.

January 16, 2006, at 01:38 PM by 85.18.81.162 -
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The IDE is available for Mac OS X and Windows. On Linux, you'll need to build the source code and the avr-gcc tool chain.

Currently, the PC distribution does not contain a bootloader folder. For bootloading, download this and unzip into your Arduino directory.

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The IDE is available for Mac OS X and Windows. On Linux, you'll need to build the source code and the avr-gcc tool chain.

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  • Arduino 0001 for Mac OS X

  • Arduino 0001 for Windows (with Java | without Java)

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  • Arduino 0002: for Mac OS X, Windows

  • Arduino 0001: for Mac OS X, Windows (with Java | without Java)

January 15, 2006, at 09:50 PM by 82.186.237.10 -
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The Arduino IDE is a cross-platform tool for easy editing and uploading of Arduino programs. The front-end builds on Processing and is written in Java. The code that runs on the board is based on the Wiring API and makes use of the Procyon AVR-LIB. See the API reference.

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The Arduino IDE is a cross-platform tool for easy editing and uploading of Arduino programs. The front-end builds on Processing and is written in Java. The code that runs on the board is based on the Wiring API and makes use of the Procyon AVR-LIB. See the API reference.

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The IDE is available for Mac OS X and Windows. On Linux, you'll need to build the source code and the avr-gcc tool chain. Also useful is the serial proxy for talking to an Arduino board from Flash or other programs (Mac, Windows, source).

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The IDE is available for Mac OS X and Windows. On Linux, you'll need to build the source code and the avr-gcc tool chain.

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Serial Proxy

Also useful is the serial proxy for talking to an Arduino board from Flash or other programs. It forwards data from a serial port to a network connection and vise-versa. Download: Mac, Windows, source

November 22, 2005, at 05:07 PM by 213.140.6.103 -
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Previous IDE Versions

These packages are not supported any longer by the development team:

  • Arduino 0001 for Mac OS X

  • Arduino 0001 for Windows (with Java | without Java)

November 14, 2005, at 06:29 PM by 216.165.112.82 -
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Currently, the PC distribution does not contain a bootloader folder. For bootloading, download this and unzip into your Arduino directory.

October 06, 2005, at 04:49 PM by 62.97.121.93 -
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The IDE is available for Mac OS X and Windows (with Java | without Java). On Linux, you'll need to build the source code and the avr-gcc tool chain. Also useful is the serial proxy for talking to an Arduino board from Flash or other programs (Mac, Windows, source).

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The IDE is available for Mac OS X and Windows. On Linux, you'll need to build the source code and the avr-gcc tool chain. Also useful is the serial proxy for talking to an Arduino board from Flash or other programs (Mac, Windows, source).

October 06, 2005, at 12:02 PM by 62.97.121.93 -
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The IDE is available for Mac OS X and Windows (with Java | without Java). On Linux, you'll need to build the source code and the avr-gcc tool chain. Also useful is the serial proxy for talking to an Arduino board from Flash or other programs (Mac, Windows, source).

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The IDE is available for Mac OS X and Windows (with Java | without Java). On Linux, you'll need to build the source code and the avr-gcc tool chain. Also useful is the serial proxy for talking to an Arduino board from Flash or other programs (Mac, Windows, source).

October 04, 2005, at 02:28 PM by 213.140.6.96 -
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The Arduino IDE is a cross-platform tool for easy editing and uploading of Arduino programs. The front-end builds on Processing and is written in Java. The code that runs on the board is based on the Wiring API and makes use of the Procyon AVR-LIB.

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The Arduino IDE is a cross-platform tool for easy editing and uploading of Arduino programs. The front-end builds on Processing and is written in Java. The code that runs on the board is based on the Wiring API and makes use of the Procyon AVR-LIB. See the API reference.

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A screenshot of the Arduino IDE showing a simple example program.

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A screenshot of the Arduino IDE showing a simple example program.

Code examples?

September 09, 2005, at 03:54 AM by 81.75.243.242 -
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The IDE is available for Mac OS X and Windows (with Java | without Java). On Linux, you'll need to build the source code and the avr-gcc tool chain.

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The IDE is available for Mac OS X and Windows (with Java | without Java). On Linux, you'll need to build the source code and the avr-gcc tool chain. Also useful is the serial proxy for talking to an Arduino board from Flash or other programs (Mac, Windows, source).

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Screenshot

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Download the IDE for Mac OS X and Windows (with Java | without Java). On Linux, you'll need to build the source code and the avr-gcc tool chain.

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Download

The IDE is available for Mac OS X and Windows (with Java | without Java). On Linux, you'll need to build the source code and the avr-gcc tool chain.

Source Code

The source code to the IDE and the on-board library is available. Also see these instructions for getting a copy of the code.

A screenshot of the Arduino IDE showing a simple example program.

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Ardiuno Software

The Arduino IDE is a cross-platform tool for easy editing and uploading of Arduino programs. The front-end builds on Processing and is written in Java. The code that runs on the board is based on the Wiring API and makes use of the Procyon AVR-LIB.

Download the IDE for Mac OS X and Windows (with Java | without Java). On Linux, you'll need to build the source code and the avr-gcc tool chain.

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