I Wish... [to run Studio in Wine/Linux]

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I could get AVRStudio4 to run under WINE.

For the last few days I have been building from source the latest development versions of WINE in an apparently in vain effort to get it to run AVRSTudio4.

With as much experience as Atmel has with Linux, what is the problem with getting AVRStudio4 to be WINE compatible.

Will that ever happen?

Or is all the focus on version 5 now?

[stupid thread title edited]

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You should NOT drive anything while under the influence of alchool. WINE included...

John Samperi

Ampertronics Pty. Ltd.

www.ampertronics.com.au

* Electronic Design * Custom Products * Contract Assembly

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Well a native Linux application would always be appreciated. WINE could be kept safely stored in its folder then.

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What is it about the debugging platforms that crash wine.

Only four of them make it crash. AVR simulator 1 and 2, which are what I like to use, and ICE40 and ICE50. The rest seem to work OK.

With AVR sim 2 selected the app report the err, having trouble loading the devices for the platform.

What the heck, between the coders at Atmel and the coders at winehq this ought to be resolvable.

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What on earth are you talking about? Did you even bother to search. If you did you will have found the PDF that aor_dreamer produced and explains how to get Studio running perfectly in Wine. I use it all the time - works perfectly (but not for h/w interfacing, only simulation)

https://www.avrfreaks.net/index.p...