Pico Problemo

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Oct 22, 2021, 12:51:56 PM10/22/21
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Hello everyone - long time no see etc.

I have a Raspberry Pi Pico microcontroller that I can't get to hook up
via the Arduino IDE and I wondered if anyone had any experience.

First off, I'm running this from Linux Mint 19. (I've read online,
people having a similar problem with windows btw)

The IDE is the latest, fresh from Arduino with their "official" Pico
install from the device manager.
The Pico mounts as a USB device, a sketch compiles and verifies but the
port does not show up in IDE

I've tried this on three other Linux laptops with the same result.
Looked through some forums but no winning info there.

Any ideas welcome (or pointers to my blindness to the blooming obvious)


John (aka JoMo)

Stephen Joseph

Oct 23, 2021, 8:28:14 AM10/23/21
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You have given yourself access to the device in the usb hid rules?


Oct 23, 2021, 12:44:01 PM10/23/21
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It's in the dial-out group for sure

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