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    Connecting to Galileo via Linux Console

    Clayton Hofrock

      There are three methods for connecting to the Galileo via Linux console.

         0.  Use Mikal Harts "Poor man's" telenet.

       

      1. Use the UART connector (the thing that looks like a headphone jack).
      2. Use the LAN connection direct to your PC (via SSH).
        • You will need an Ethernet cable to connect to your PC.
        • By default Galileo does not start the LAN connection, but you can use an Arduino sketch to start the LAN connection.
          • see attached file
        • You will need to give the Galileo and your PC a static IP address.
        • Once the network connection is established you can use Putty or your favorite SSH client software.
      3. Use the LAN connection and connect to your local network (via SSH).
        • You will need an Ethernet cable long enough to connect to your router or local LAN connection.
        • Assuming your local network used DHCP, you can use an Arduino sketch to start the LAN connection.
          • see attached file
        • Once the network connection is established you can use Putty or your favorite SSH client software.
      4. You can also connect using WiFi (via SSH)
        • Getting the WiFi up and running is a little more complex, but Sergey has the instructions listed out here:
        • Once the WiFi is up and running, and starts automatically, you can get rid of the wires. (note: you will probably need one of the other methods in order to enable the WiFi)
        • When your WiFi is up and running, you can use Putty or your favorite SSH client software

       

      Message was edited by: Clay Hofrock

       

      Message was edited by: Clay Hofrock (Added "poor man's" method)

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