This page will walk you through installing and configuring the software you need to program your Proffieboards. This includes installing Arduino, the arduino-proffieboard plugin, which provides Proffieboard support to Arduino, and any drivers you might need, which depends on what kind of computer you have.
Go to https://www.arduino.cc/en/software and download the Arduino IDE version v1.6.19 or later. Once downloaded, run it to install the Arduino software on your computer.
It should look like this:
When you're done, the tools menu should look like this:
Download proffie-dfu-setup and run it. (sha256:4773c8693cf62777cd8da4c95441690e7ae7c4171e8c1d533b1f6225f3bdc29e)
If you're using Windows 7 or earlier, you also need to install a USB ACM serial driver:
dpinst_x86.exe(32 bit Windows) or
dpinst_amd64.exe(64 bit Windows) and select
Run as administrator
Install this driver software anywayat the
Windows Securitypopup as the driver is unsigned
If you're using an M1/M2 mac, you're going to need to install Rosetta. The Arduino-Proffieboard plugin does not have native arm-mac support yet.
Now you're ready to configure, compile and upload ProffieOS to your Proffieboards.