The open-source Arduino environment makes it easy to write code and upload it to the i/o board. It runs on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. The environment is written in Java and based on Processing, avr-gcc, and other open source software.
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This page contains the download links to the latest Arduino integrated development environment (IDE) software, release notes, and additional software not included with the IDE such as system images for the Yún.
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Arduino 1.5.5 (release notes):
This version of the Arduino IDE supports only the Intel Galileo board that has the x86 architecture.
Active development of the Arduino software is hosted by GitHub. See the instructions for building the code.
If you are looking for previous releases of the Arduino IDE you can find them on the previous releases page.
Linino 1.0 (first release of the Linino image for the Yún)
Easy Procedure (recommended)
Download the Upgrade Image then please follow the steps in the Yún sysupgrade tutorial.