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By roger_dog
I have the Arduino IDE running on a Raspberry PI 4. I am trying to do development on a SparkFun Artemis Redboard ATP. When I try install the “SparkFun Apollo3 Boards” I get an error.

Tool arm-none-eabi-gcc is not available for your operating system.

Is there a gcc package I can install to get past this error, or can I compile a package?

Thanks for the help
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By Santa_Impersonator
The ESP32 Arduino core also has the same issue on the Raspberry Pi. Unfortunately, this has been around for a while and I haven't heard of any development progress to resolve the issue; especially, since this is so platform specific.
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By liquid.soulder
Yes - as you suggest you could find the appropriate version of GCC and provide it to Arduino with the proper platform tags.

You will need to temporarily make your own "platform.json" available on the internet and direct Arduino to use that to search for tools / packages. If you are successful finding the right toolchain and identifier we would *gladly* take a PR to make the support official.

lmk if you have any further questions!
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