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ARTIK IDE Installation

The ARTIK IDE is a fully integrated development environment. It includes SDK packages, toolchains, and debug tools to enable Linux and Tizen RT application development on ARTIK modules.

Click the tab for ARTIK IDE setup instructions for your OS.
(ARTIK 520 users: Choose ARTIK IDE v1.4 from the Downloads page.)

ARTIK IDE Installation under Windows

The ARTIK IDE is a breeze to install, configure, and use. Install as described below, then follow the subsequent articles to configure the terminal emulator and to use the IDE for an embedded Linux or Tizen RT project.

Installing ARTIK IDE

We recommend that Windows users install ARTIK IDE v2.0.0. As part of its complete development environment, it integrates a convenient terminal emulator that you can start using right away to talk to your ARTIK board.

System Requirements
– Microsoft Windows 7/8/10 (64-bit)
– 3 GB RAM minimum, 8 GB recommended
– 2.5 GB disk space minimum, 5 GB recommended
– 1280 x 800 screen resolution

Uninstalling previous IDE revisions. If you have installed an older version of the ARTIK IDE, you will need to uninstall it through the normal process for your development system OS. But first, bring up and review the Migrating Projects article and export your old projects before uninstallation.

Installing the IDE. The ARTIK IDE installation on your development PC enables creation of a binary file that runs on your target ARTIK board. It has been tested on Windows 7, 8, and 10.

Download Installer

Install the ARTIK IDE on your development system by downloading and running the installer package. If you already installed the ARTIK IDE for one ARTIK module type, you do not need to install it again – just follow the Update SDK article to install SDK packages to support other ARTIK module types.

  1. Accept the license agreement. Upon launching the installer, you will be presented with the ARTIK IDE license agreement. Read it through and accept to proceed.

  2. Specify the location. Specify the installation directory for the IDE using Browse, or accept the default directory location. Ensure there are no spaces in the directory path name. Click Next to proceed.

  3. Proceed with installation. The installer will display the installation location. If there is no further change, click Install to install the IDE and tools. Click Finish to complete the procedure.

  4. Install SDKs. On the initial run, the IDE will bring up the Package Manager. Simply check the box next to your module type(s), then click Apply. Appropriate SDKs will be listed, with the latest selected by default. Your SDK selection (like SDK 18.05.00) must match your module OS (like os_18.05.00).

    You'll be able to repeat this process at any time, or check for updates, as shown in the Updating ARTIK SDK article.

    Note: You must be connected to the Internet, or you will see this message.

    If that happens, go to the Updating ARTIK SDK article once you have re-established a connection.

  5. Proceed with support module installation. If the installation details are correct (check for errors like the example shown), click OK to continue. Downloads (especially of toolchains) might take a long time, so be patient.

  6. Restart the IDE when requested.

Running the IDE. Each time you want to open the ARTIK IDE:

  • Locate and run the installed ARTIK IDE program.

Go ahead now to terminal emulator setup. When finished, you'll be ready for the Tutorials.

ARTIK IDE Installation under Linux

The ARTIK IDE is a breeze to install, configure, and use. Install as described below, then follow the subsequent articles to configure the terminal emulator and to use the IDE for an embedded Linux or Tizen RT project.

Installing ARTIK IDE

We recommend that Linux users install ARTIK IDE v2.0.0. As part of its complete development environment, it integrates a convenient terminal emulator that you can start using right away to talk to your ARTIK board.

System Requirements
– Ubuntu-14 x64 16.04 (64-bit)
– 3 GB RAM minimum, 8 GB recommended
– 2.5 GB disk space minimum, 5 GB recommended
– 1280 x 800 screen resolution

Uninstalling previous IDE revisions. If you have installed an older version of the ARTIK IDE, you will need to uninstall it through the normal process for your development system OS. But first, bring up and review the Migrating Projects article and export your old projects before uninstallation.

Installing the IDE. The ARTIK IDE installation on your development PC enables creation of a binary file that runs on your target ARTIK board. You can download the installer package to your desktop and be up and running in no time. If you already installed the ARTIK IDE for one ARTIK module type, you do not need to install it again – just follow the Update SDK article to install SDK packages to support other ARTIK module types.

  1. Using a Linux terminal window, add the necessary support packages.
    sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386
    sudo apt-get update
    sudo apt-get install libc6:i386 libncurses5:i386 libstdc++6:i386 zlib1g:i386

  2. Download the installation package. If you're reading this using your Linux-based browser, click below to download the package right to your Linux Home directory.

    Download Installer

  3. Double-click on the package to open it with Archive Manager.

  4. Double-click on the .run file icon to begin.

  5. Accept the license agreement. Upon launching the installer, you will be presented with the ARTIK IDE license agreement. Read it through and accept to proceed.

  6. Specify the location. Specify the installation directory. If you have ARTIK IDE v1 installed, you will need to either uninstall it or change the default installation path. Ensure there are no spaces in the directory path name. Click Next to proceed.

  7. Proceed with installation. The installer will display the installation location. If there is no further change, click Install to install the IDE and tools. The installation can take as little as 5 minutes, but may take much longer, depending on the system.

  8. Launch the ARTIK IDE. Once the installer is done, allow it to launch the IDE.

  9. Install SDKs. On the initial run, the IDE will bring up the Package Manager. Simply check the box next to your module type(s), then click Apply. Appropriate SDKs will be listed, with the latest selected by default. Your SDK selection (like SDK 18.05.00) must match your module OS (like os_18.05.00).

    You'll be able to repeat this process at any time, or check for updates, as shown in the Updating ARTIK SDK article.

    Note: You must be connected to the Internet, or you will see this message.

    If that happens, go to the Updating ARTIK SDK article once you have re-established a connection.

Running the IDE. Each time you want to open the ARTIK IDE:

  1. Go to the IDE/v1 subdirectory of the directory where you installed the IDE.
  2. Double-click on the artik_ide icon.

  3. Click on the Workbench icon to enter the IDE.

ARTIK 053 only: Configure USB permissions on Linux. The first time you connect an ARTIK 053 board to your Linux PC, you need to add new rules in udev. Otherwise, when you try to flash a new image with regular user rights in the ARTIK IDE, openocd access might fail for lack of superuser rights.

1. Copy the entire rule below and paste it into a terminal window command line.

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sudo tee /etc/udev/rules.d/99-artik051-evalboard.rules << __EOF__
SUBSYSTEMS=="usb",ATTRS{idVendor}=="0403",ATTRS{idProduct}=="6010",MODE="0666" RUN+="/sbin/modprobe ftdi_sio" RUN+="/bin/sh -c 'echo 0403 6010 > /sys/bus/usb-serial/drivers/ftdi_sio/new_id'"
__EOF__

2. Trigger the rule.

sudo udevadm trigger

Go ahead now to terminal emulator setup. When finished, you'll be ready for the Tutorials.

ARTIK IDE Installation under Mac OS

The ARTIK IDE is a breeze to install, configure, and use. Install as described below, then follow the subsequent articles to configure the terminal emulator and to use the IDE for an embedded Linux or Tizen RT project.

The ARTIK IDE for Mac currently supports only the ARTIK 05X series. For other module types, you have several options, all of which start with installing VirtualBox for the Mac. After that:

  • Attach a Windows disk image (ISO). Then install the Windows version of the ARTIK IDE on top of it. You develop the applications with the IDE.

  • Install an Ubuntu ISO. The process will be somewhat similar to our procedure here. Then set up a command line style development environment.

  • Install an Ubuntu ISO as above, but instead install the Linux version of the ARTIK IDE.

Installing ARTIK IDE

We recommend that Mac users install the ARTIK IDE. As part of its complete development environment, it integrates a convenient terminal emulator program that you can start using right away to talk to your ARTIK board.

System Requirements
– Mac Cocoa (64-bit)
– 3 GB RAM minimum, 8 GB recommended
– 2.5 GB disk space minimum, 5 GB recommended
– 1280 x 800 screen resolution

Uninstalling previous IDE revisions. If you have installed an older version of the ARTIK IDE, you will need to uninstall it through the normal process for your development system OS. But first, bring up and review the Migrating Projects article and export your old projects before uninstallation.

Installing the IDE. The ARTIK IDE installation on your development PC enables creation of a binary file that runs on your target ARTIK board. You can download the installer package to your desktop and be up and running in no time. If you already installed the ARTIK IDE for one ARTIK module type, you do not need to install it again – just follow the Update SDK article to install SDK packages to support other ARTIK module types.

  1. Download the installation package. Click below to download the package, then move it to the folder of your choice.

    Download Installer

  2. Double-click to extract the installer.

  3. Double-click the installer icon to begin.

  4. Accept the license agreement. From the initial screen, click Next to be see the ARTIK IDE license agreement. Read it through and accept to proceed.

  5. Specify the location. Specify the installation directory for the IDE using Browse, or accept the default directory location. Ensure there is no space in the directory path. Click Next to proceed.

  6. Proceed with installation. The installer will display the installation location. If there is no further change, click Install to install the IDE and tools. The installation can take as little as 5 minutes, but may take much longer, depending on the system.

  7. Un-check the "Launch ARTIK IDE" checkbox, then click Finish to complete the procedure.

  1. Install FTDI drivers.
    1. Go to the /Applications/ARTIK/tools directory in Finder.
    2. Locate and double-click on Artik053FTDIDriverForMac.pkg to install the FTDI drivers for Mac.
    3. After the installation is successful, restart the Mac.

Running the IDE. Each time you want to open the ARTIK IDE:

  1. Click on the ARTIK IDE icon in the Launchpad to open the ARTIK IDE.

  2. Click on the Workbench icon to enter the IDE.

  3. On the initial run, the IDE will ask you which Software Development Kits (SDKs) to install. Appropriate SDKs will be listed, with the latest selected by default.

    You'll be able to repeat this process at any time, or check for updates, as shown in the Updating ARTIK SDK article.

    Note: You must be connected to the Internet, or you will see this message.

    If that happens, go to the Updating ARTIK SDK article once you have re-established a connection.

  4. The package update will proceed.

Go ahead now to terminal emulator setup. When finished, you'll be ready for the Tutorials.

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