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The Arduino IDE is a vital tool for flashing Arduino devices. You can install Arduino IDE on Raspberry Pi OS using these easy steps.
You could use apt:
sudo apt install arduino
but this results in the installation of Arduino IDE version 1.6. This is an extremely outdated version which makes it difficult to use or impossible to flash certain devices.
So I recommend manually installing the Arduino IDE using the software available from the official Arduino site.
I’m assuming you have a working installation of a recent Raspberry Pi OS image.


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