Reinstalling UDOO tooling arm-none-eabi-g++ not found

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  1. Maurice

    Maurice Active Member

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    I have dusted off my Neo, reflashed a SD card and am trying to get an Arduino program up and running again. My Arduino IDE still contains the board packages of the UDOO, unfortunately when I try to compile it the g++ compiler seems not to be available anymore:

    How can I fix my environment?
     
  2. Gorgo

    Gorgo UDOOer

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    Are you programming from the UDOO or an external PC?
    I've used ArduinoIDE 1.8.1 for months without getting that error.
    What about reinstall ArduinoIDE?
     
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    I'm using an external PC. I've stuck with the old Arduino ide because 'in the past' newer ides didn't work.
     
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    Sure to install them correctly? Never had particular problems with ArduinoIDE..
    OS? Kernel?
     
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    The new 1.8.5 IDE recognizes or uses the same path as the old one. I removed the .arduino15 directory, re-installed the board definition. Due to the 32/64 bit difference the g++ is probably not running. Executing
    sudo apt-get -y install lib32z1 lib32ncurses5 lib32bz2-1.0 doesn't work as lib32bz2-1.0 isn't found in Ubuntu 18. Leaving that last one out worked, and I was able to upload to my Neo again.
     
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