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After much frustration in trying things, I came across this forum post which advised: sudo systemctl stop ModemManager.service If this works, disable the service from starting next boot: sudo systemctl disable ModemManager.service It seems like setting ENV{ID_MM_DEVICE_IGNORE}="1" in a udev rule is insufficient.


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Sorry, I was using the software center to get arduino IDE and that didn't work well. Downloading the official IDE from arduino.cc worked without hassle. Lesson learnt: Not all linux distros have package repos as up-to-date as Arch. :P


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Install libtinfo5, the terminfo library. If that doesn't help, you can try to debug the problem yourself. First, check which libtinfo avrdude is looking for: ldd arduino-1.7.8-linux64/hardware/tools/avr/bin/avrdude_bin | grep libtinfo On my Ubuntu, I get this: libtinfo.so.5 => /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libtinfo.so.5 (0x00007fa74a888000) Next, see where ...


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If the main MCU is still functioning fine then yes, sure you can. The only caveat is that you may have to manually reset the Arduino at the right moment in order to enter the bootloader for programming. Connect the bluetooth module to TX/RX/GND (TX->RX, RX->TX) Configure the bluetooth module to work at the bootloader baud rate (115200 baud) - you may need ...


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Removing there pin headers should not cause any sketch upload issue. I have done it many times. You did try uploading BEFORE unsoldering the headers right ? However looking at the desoldering job you did, my guess is that you applied too much heat or cut a trace on the PCB while doing it. Can you upload a high resolution of the back side of the board? ...


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You have to rebuild sys-libs/ncurses with tinfo USE flag turned on. (You can also make a symlink: libtinfo.so -> libncurses.so, but it's not elegant solution). Firstly, check if you have a record for ncurses in any file in /etc/portage/package.use. If not, create a file /etc/portage/package.use/ncurses with such content: sys-libs/ncurses tinfo then, ...


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