4 Replies Latest reply on Jan 10, 2017 12:59 PM by Intel Corporation

    Intel System Studio example projects not working on Edison



      I've browsed all of the support forums and FAQs extensively, but I haven't been able to get on-board blinking LED working on Intel System Studio running on Ubuntu 16.04 for the Edison (with the Arduino breakout) via SSH.


      I followed these steps exactly: IoT - Creating and running projects | Intel® Software

      I know that there are some additional steps to get the Edison board working, as shown here: IoT - Enabling code examples | Intel® Software


      Still, I am getting an error that reads "Cannot create project. Please select a different platform or download it by using the platform support manager.".


      I believe the issue might be from this line of code that I ran on the Edison board via SSH.

      opkg install azure-iot-sdk ibm-iotf-embeddedc coreutils


      I received this error message:

      Unknown package 'azure-iot-sdk'.

      Unknown package 'ibm-iotf-embeddedc'.

      Package coreutils (8.22-r0) installed in root is up to date.

      Collected errors:

      * opkg_install_cmd: Cannot install package azure-iot-sdk.

      * opkg_install_cmd: Cannot install package ibm-iotf-embeddedc.


      How can I resolve this issue? First, how do I install azure-iot-sdk and ibm-iotf-embeddedc packages? Second, If I'm properly able to install these packages, will I be able to then create the project using System Studio?  It really shouldn't be this complicated to get an LED blinking...