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Howto:Use Arduino with FlightGear

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Add updated changes and some potential pitfalls
You have to do this every time after you use the Arduino IDE.}}
 
{{Note|The above note may not be relevant to newer versions of the Arduino IDE software.}}
==== Starting FlightGear ====
dmesg | tail
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It should give you a message something like <code>ttyACM0: USB ACM device</code> or <code>ttyACM1: USB ACM device</code>.  {{Note|This command gives you the last event in the stack, so you need to make sure you plug in or unplug your Arduino to the serial port immediately prior to running the command.}} That is your port. Finally, save setting by clicking "OK" and click "Run" to start FlightGear. For a more detailed guide, see [https://sites.google.com/site/flightgeararduinoandlinux/home Flightgear, Arduino and Linux] {{Note|In some installations you need set permission for $user to the groups tty and dialout or the Arduino will fail to establish a connection to FlightGear.}}
== Example 3: Outputting properties ==
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