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    @eric wrote:

    I’ll put a note. According to the man pages the ‘U’ switch is for USB port auto-detection. I guess in your case it worked, in mine it didn’t.

    This was Windows 7.. I tried True then false and it finally

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    Thanks for the tip. I use OSX, and in fact don’t have a Windows box in the house. I’ve put a note in the guide and hopefully should help.

    Once you get the latest software all setup, it should run until you reset the Arduino, since no EEPROM, no memory

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    @eric wrote:

    Thanks for the tip. I use OSX, and in fact don’t have a Windows box in the house. I’ve put a note in the guide and hopefully should help.

    Once you get the latest software all setup, it should run until you reset the Ar

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    The change directory command in OSX is “cd”. So if you’re in your home directory and you want to go to Documents, you’d type “cd Documents”. Or you can cheat and use tab completion. So type “cd Doc” and press tab. If ther

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    @eric wrote:

    I’ll put a note. According to the man pages the ‘U’ switch is for USB port auto-detection. I guess in your case it worked, in mine it didn’t.

    This was Windows 7.. I tried True then false and it finally

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    Thanks for the tip. I use OSX, and in fact don’t have a Windows box in the house. I’ve put a note in the guide and hopefully should help.

    Once you get the latest software all setup, it should run until you reset the Arduino, since no EEPROM, no memory

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    @eric wrote:

    Thanks for the tip. I use OSX, and in fact don’t have a Windows box in the house. I’ve put a note in the guide and hopefully should help.

    Once you get the latest software all setup, it should run until you reset the Ar

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    The change directory command in OSX is “cd”. So if you’re in your home directory and you want to go to Documents, you’d type “cd Documents”. Or you can cheat and use tab completion. So type “cd Doc” and press tab. If ther

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