I very recently started playing with Arduino building different circuits etc. But my latest project was building a button box for sim racing, other driving and flight simulator games. More on the build and experience of the button box in another article. The last part of the project was to upload the code (aka sketch in Arduino IDE) to the Arduino Pro Micro board. The problem was I received an error stating “permission denied” when trying to upload to the board. I am using a flatpak version of Arduino and after some searching I found the solution on this forum. Thanks to user tf68, as per his/her advise the below…
We’ve been having a lot of outages on our internet connection and I noticed that we are unable to browse the samba shares on our CentOS 7 server. After some searching on the internet I saw a few comments around adding the server’s host name and IP in it’s own hosts file. I proceeded to open /hosts/etc and added the IP and server name to the hosts file. Sure enough I could now browse my samba shares on the server with our internet being down.