I'm trying to use your full image, but I've some problems...as it doesn't boot, this is what I did:
1) Downloaded and unpacked image-full-1.0.1.tar.bz2
2) Formatted my SD card in FAT32SD
3) Copied contents of image-full-1.0.1 into my SD card
4) Put my SD card into Galileo and powered it
I know it doesn't boot because my router doesn't assign any IP to it, and the SD led is blinking only for a second...
What can I do? Thank You
I guess you've got a new board, right? If so - you need to update the firmware to the latest one, old FW (the one you get out of the box) is the most frequent reason for Galileo not booting off the SD card. Download the Arduino IDE from here Galileo Software Downloads and follow the instructions in the Intel® Galileo Getting Started to update it, then try booting my image again.
If that doesn't work - please try the official image: http://downloadmirror.intel.com/23171/eng/LINUX_IMAGE_FOR_SD_Intel_Galileo_v22.214.171.124z, if that one doesn't work either, then it may be a problem with your board (unlikely) or with the SD card (there are some SD cards that don't work with Galileo while being fine otherwise, I have such one).
But I think that must be firmware, at least that's what happens most often
Ok..I did it! Thank you for the hint... I had already updated my firmware, but I had an old version of Arduino IDE so it was getting firmware version 782 as the most recent! Once uploaded Arduino IDE now it get the last firmware version 1.0.0 and Galileo boots correctly from my SD with your image!
Cool, glad to read that
How can I add Java support? I need to run java applications on the Galileo wich uses opencv2.4.9...do you have any hint?