How to communicate with an Arduino over its serial
1 thoughts on “ Three Alternatives to Arduino’s Serial Monitor ” Charles says: August 17, 2018 at 10:21 am I’ve used Putty to connect to my Linux boxes for years and forgot how handy it is, just switch to com5 and I’m back monitoring… Cheers! Reply. James says:
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It might be useful for the project to forward application over the ssh if you are using a linux operating system and RPi is running 'headless' (without a display and keyboard connected). Connect Arduino to RPi with a usb cable. Run Arduino IDE, from Tools menu choose your model of Arduino and the serial port. Open Examples-Firmata
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Install on Linux Mint. WARNING!!! Arduino installation on Linux Mint is a very simple process, because the Arduino toolkit is in the official Mint software repositories. On a DSL/ISDN connection, you should be ready in no time. Install the Arduino IDE.
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I am running Linux kubuntu 16. 04. 3 LTS. I just downloaded the Arduino IDE, and Snap4Arduino from scratch, so they are current versions (Arduino 1. 8. 5, Snap4Arduino 1. 2. 4). I installed the firmata firmware through the Arduino IDE multiple times now. Everything looks good.
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