If this is related to the thread "problems installing packages" I suggest you do not start a new one. If not, please explain difference/s or the actual problem.
It is different because in the other post I used the IoT-Image...
and with that it was possible to use easy_install and install pip and use the compiler.
and now.... I can't install pip, use the compiler or use easy_install or something like that....
I see... where did you get the SDCard.1.0.4?
From the official intel side.
I'm completely lost... I did not use that image (aka uclibc based image) anymore because, as explained at Re: Open python program from telnet? some page at Intel stated: "The uClibc image is no longer supported, but offered here for your convenience."... now the referred page does not exist anymore (at least at that link) and the uclibc seems to be safe and sound (the link you pointed at is less than 2 months old)...
Maybe someone at Intel has something else to say, explain, and/or help... I'm not.
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Commands like sudo and apt-get are not available on Yocto, for installing packages you need to use opkg, you don’t need to use sudo because you are already logged as root.
Regarding why you can’t install packages/libraries that you are able to install in the IoT image, is because this image (SDcard image) is the uClibc image and do not have development tools, if you want to install them take a look at: http://alextgalileo.altervista.org/blog/installing-development-tools-onto-official-linux-image/
Thanks that helped me a lot!