The images from that website as far I understand were built with older versions of the firmware, you should use an image that match the firmware you have on your board. I believe that is the reason it works with the Linux image for SD card and not with the other one you want to use. Do you know which version of firmware do you have on your board?
Thank you.. That seems like a reason. I am running 1.0.2 on my board. I tried downgrading my board to 1.0.0 but no luck. I couldn't downgrade further to 0.75. It says Firmware upgrade trigger failed. Any help on this? Thanks
Lets say downgrading is possible. (I cant think of a reason why it could not be, but it is not recommended)
How are you trying to downgrade the board? With the arduino IDE or via UEFI shell ? Galileo Gen 1 might be theoretically be able to be downgraded.
I would place the best bet on downgrading via UEFI shell.
Make sure you have the correct files and try upgrading the firmware via Serial in the BSP build guide.
I am trying to downgrade via the IDE. I tried doing through UEFI but I couldn't find the supporting file for firmware 0.7.5 anymore. If I could't downgrade, is there an option that I can use the same yocto image and get my wi-fi working? because that yocto image has the general SDKs installed for using gphoto2.
it might be possible on Linux.
As I said, you might have messed up the config files. Try following the exact steps again.
The error that you get is mostly due to wpa_supplicant problems, I think.
EDIT : I made the wifi working using connman but still I could not upload arduino sketches. I dont have any use for it now but will post it here if am lucky thanks for the help
Good. I am glad that you figured it out.
Regarding the Arduino sketches, I do not think you will be able to upload them without having the correct firmware as JPMontero pointed out.
There is however something that can be tried
The new Arduino IDE will not allow uploading sketches on an old firmware.
You can try to manually insert the sketch and run it. Try crawling the web to find some info on this. I recall something like this being discussed in the community.
cool I will look into it. Thanks a lot