OK Having spent (a lot) more time on this. Help is still needed
Can someone please confirm that the current Arduino IDE version
1.8.10 is suitable for compiling the firmware.
From trawling the web, and following several tutorials, I suspect
that a much earlier version of the IDE may have been used, as what
seems to be needed, as far as folder tree layout, is nothing like
how 1.8.10 does things.
Is there any documented "how to" anywhere, to get us started on
In brief, I can get other projects from other people to compile
and build just fine, but not the Antuino project, downloaded (as a
zipfile) from :-
However, I think I may be able to flip the VSWR plot the right
way up, having found those parts of the sources, hopefully without
touching the lookup table.
Dave G8KBV (or G0WBX, both valid, and both mine.)
On 22/10/2019 17:51, Dave_G0WBX via
Like many others (so I see from some time with google) new to the
Arduino IDE (successfully installed and working with other demo
projects, and simple trials of my own etc.) I'm having trouble
figuring out what goes where, to get the Antuino firmware to
Can someone advise please, on the folder structure needed? A
blow by blow, as to what to put where, and what order to open
source files etc. As always, stuff like this is easy when you
know how. But when you don't... It might as well be described
I'm using Linux (Mint 19.2) Arduino IDE version 1.8.10, and have
all my other sources and projects as folders under ~/app-src. In
the case of the Antuino, I have extracted the contents of the zip
from Git, and placed that at:-
~/app-src/Arduino/antuino-master I also have (currently empty)
~/app-src/Arduino/my-antuino Where I'd like "My" experimental
code to be, so I always have the virgin "master" copy elsewhere.
I've "installed" GLCD (according to the IDE) but
antenna_analyzer_pl (or is it p1? Font issues) still fails,
saying that GLCD is missing.
The IDE also wants (insists) that each source file lives in it's
own unique folder, with the same name as the source file. Not
seen that behaviour before.
Ideally, a zip of a clean source tree, that is known to build
would be fantastic, sadly, what's on Git, seems to confuse not
only me, but the IDE too.
73 for now.
Dave G8KBV, lost in a digital soup.
Created on and sent from a Unix like PC running and using free and open source software: