Category Archives: Arduino

arduino and opensuse 12.3

I modified the arduino yast files for opensuse 12.3
Add to fritzing.yml


<group distversion="openSUSE 12.3">
        <name>Fritzing Installer For openSUSE 12.3</name>
        <summary>Installs Fritzing On Your System</summary>
        <description>
        This YaST Meta Package installs:
        * Fritzing

        Click "Customise" on the next screen to get the option to change the software selection.
    </description>
        <remainSubscribed/>
        <repositories>
            <repository recommended="true" format="auto">
                <name>openSUSE BuildService - Education</name>
                <summary>Applications for education users</summary>
                <description>Repository containing Fritzing and many other applications for educational purposes.</description>
                <url>http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/Education/openSUSE_12.3/</url>
            </repository>
        </repositories>
        <software>
            <item recommended="true">
                <name>fritzing</name>
                <summary>Intuitive EDA platform featuring from prototype to product</summary>
                <description>Fritzing is an open-source initiative to support designers, artists, researchers and hobbyists to take the step from physical prototyping to actual product. It is in the spirit of Processing and Arduino which allows users to document their Arduino and other electronic-based prototypes, and to create a PCB layout for manufacturing.</description>
            </item>
        </software>
    </group>

Add to arduino.yml


<group distversion="openSUSE 12.3">
        <name>Arduino IDE Installer For openSUSE 12.3</name>
        <summary>Installs the Arduino IDE On Your System</summary>
        <description>
        This YaST Meta Package installs:
        * Arduino IDE

        After installation, you must add each user to the groups: "dialout", "lock" and "uucp" in order for them to make use of the IDE.
        To to this, open YaST, select the "Security and Users" section and open the "User and Group Management" module.

        Click "Customise" on the next screen to get the option to change the software selection.
    </description>
        <remainSubscribed/>
        <repositories>
            <repository recommended="true" format="auto">
                <name>openSUSE BuildService - CrossToolchain (avr)</name>
                <summary>Crosscompiling Toolchain for ATMEL AVR microcontrollers</summary>
                <description>Repository containing the Arduino IDE and some related dependencies.</description>
                <url>http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/CrossToolchain:/avr/openSUSE_12.3/</url>
            </repository>
        </repositories>
        <software>
            <item recommended="true">
                <name>arduino</name>
                <summary>The open-source Arduino development environment</summary>
                <description>This integrated development environment makes it easy to write code and upload it to the Arduino 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.</description>
            </item>
        </software>
    </group>