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  • Arduino USB

    I recently got the Arduino Plug-in. I can add a board via Ethernet but I am not given the option to add a board via USB. How do I get the "Connection" drop down box to come up?
    Thank you


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    You can not use usb on a Linux system only windows. Ethernet is much better anyway.

    Greig.

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