I created quick and dirty AVR-Ada package for Ubuntu 14.04 (amd64 only for now) using the latest AVR-Ada sources (basically 1.2.2 + some fixes). It is categorized as "quick and dirty" because I generated the binaries on Ubuntu 14.04 using my avr-ada build script and then created the package using fpm.
Anyway, if you are brave enough, you can get the package from ubuntu.ada-language.com by adding line:
deb http://ubuntu.ada-language.com/14.04 ./
to your /etc/apt/sources.list file and running:
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install avr-ada
The package is not signed, so you need to say Yes ('y') when apt-get asks about the installation of the package.
Once the package is installed, you can find the binaries from /opt/avr-ada/avr-ada-122 directory. Then you need to adjust PATH variable and add /opt/avr-ada/avr-ada-122/bin to PATH so your shell finds avr-gnatmake and other relevant tools.
Note: The package is about 162 megabytes and includes also avr-binutils and all other tools required for AVR-Ada programs.
If you want to generate the package by yourself, you can clone avr-ada-build-script repository and run the script and the fpm tool:
hg clone https://bitbucket.org/tkoskine/avr-ada-build-script cd avr-ada-build-script # install gnat-4.6, probably need many other dependencies also apt-get install gnat-4.6 mkdir build-1 vi build-avr-ada-environment.sh # tweak the paths cd build-1 sh -x ../build-avr-ada-environment.sh fpm -s dir -t deb -n avr-ada -v 1.2.2 /opt/avr-ada/avr-ada-122