After installing MPLABX 5.40 on my linux box I noticed that it had no assembler designated. Would like to work on the newer 0-1 series chips. In Win10 MPLAB uses the assembler from my AS7 install. To my knowledge there is no install of AS7 for linux flavors. I use ASM almost exclusively unless there is a burning need for C or CPP. Wine works fine for the bare assembler (avrasm2.exe) in a terminal AFAIK but I was wondering if there was any work around for getting IDE with assembler working in Linux that I am unaware of? Tried AVRA but MPLABX doesn't recognize it(or at least the way I have it configured). I like the IDE and sim options in AvrS4/AS7/MPLAB. I can install windows 10 running on a VM but my i3 is already slow and I only have 6G ram... looks like the only promising alternative. Currently I'm on MX-19.2 linux 64b, a Deb distro.