Installed/kopied Marlin and Arduino according to nopheads instructions on Ubuntu 16.04 and got this error message when trying to upload 115200 baud rate.
The Arduino window report:
Marlin | Arduino 2:1.0.5+dfsg2-4
MelziW/ ATmega1284p 16mhz on /dev/ttyUSB0
The serial connection seems ok. (dont know how to verify). I have tested several different version of Marlin, without any changes. Tried to copy the Melzi folder both in Nautilus and in Terminal. I have also compared the Melzi folder with the one I use (and works) in Windows XP . I cant find any difference.
Question is: What is wrong?
In file included from
/usr/share/arduino/hardware/Melzi/cores/arduino/Wconstants.h. :1 :0
/usr/share/arduino/hardware/Melzi/cores/arduino/ Winterrupts. C: 33:
/usr/lib/avr/include/math.h:426:15:error: expected identifier or ‘(‘before ‘double’
exstern double round (double__x) __ATTR_CONST__:
Thanks for a swift reply. It did the trick, and I uploaded the new baudrate, started pronterface and run a testprint.
Either the z home point must be changed or something else was wrong.
Im a bit short of time now so I reconnected my xp box and reloaded the original sketch.
Maybe a stupid question but should the different machines/sketches affect the z home position?