Great question @bbotella! We are all trying to get this to working in the following articles as well. Please keep me in the loop if you are able to get this working.
I created directory /sketch/sketch.elf uploads won't work for the reason Debian does not have all the required supported libraries for Galileo .
Please see my detailed post Re: Running full-fat linux distro on Galileo board.
Just to make sure, the directory is /sketch, sketch.elf is a file that store the compiled sketch to make it persistent after power off/on. If you created directory /sketch/sketch.elf then delete it and create a directory /sketch, then upload a sketch and check if the file skecth.elf get created.
All I can do here is parrot what I have heard, but I will lay it out here for what it is worth.
The current Arduino 1.53 IDE produces object code using ulibc. This is not compatible with any full
Linux build using glibc. Clancy, Debian, or any other.
This was the basis for my request a few weeks ago for a version of the Arduino IDE using glibc.
I would not give up my full clancy build for anything, but it did mean I can't run sketches.
rmm200 may you provide this article or details of your request? Thank you for your comment. Are you not running sketches? How are you able to talk to the GPIO on Galileo board? What version of linux are you running on your board?
Pretty much any post of mine showing some knowledge of Galileo, it just means I am quoting from Sergey's blog.
See this entry:
In my case, I am running BSP 0.8.0, using distro clanton-full. That is egclib based - and not compatible with the IDE.
In Sergey's blog, you will also find gpio mapping and some examples.
Read the whole thing - you will be better for it. I used it to build a serial cable, add wifi, and much more...