without any parameter is now good enough.
Once you have flashed Edison, run
to set name, password and wifi.
To enable bluetooth,
rfkill unblock Bluetooth
Courses about Intel Edison will be available soon at Intel Software Academic Program website.
- I guess it's rather
- where did you find a Xeon Phi with 64GB RAM?
Of course, that's a typo :) Thank you. Oops remove "Phi" :)
Has anyone been able to flash an Edison with a OS built on their own system? I've successfully compiled the Edison OS as per instructions in both the manuals and this post, however, when I try and flash the Edison I have, the flashing process fails. I've attempted both methods of using "reboot ota" or the "flashall" script.
only flashed a ready built image but also had some issues with the flashall script. It mattered when you plug in USB ... don't recall the details
I'm attempting to build it with OpenCV support, and I cannot for the life of me understand why my flash process is failing.
understand that it's of course good to know how to flash your image. But if it's only about getting things done:
can't you opkg install opencv?
I mean if you Yocto built those packages just install those?
That is actually exactly what I am trying to do now.
I was trying to set up my host computer, so I could develop "properly" using yocto, following all the instructions provided. I must be doing something wrong, or the instructions are skipping steps. I'll hang around the forums a few more days and see if anyone else has similar issues getting started.
drn2369 yes, I have successfully flashed my custom build yocto image using the flashall script (I have never tried the ota method). Are you getting any errors during the bitbake process?
Are you able to flash a standard (non-custom) image (http://downloadmirror.intel.com/24271/eng/edison-image-ww36-14.zip) using either the flashall or ota method?
I have been able to successfully flash the standard image using the OTA method, however the flashall method fails. My flash.log file says
"Cannot open device
dfu-util does currently only support DFU version 1.0
Filter on vendor = 0x8087 product = 0x0a99"
I am not receiving any bitbake errors, it is reporting 100% successful compilation for me.
I think you need dfu-util 0.7 or 0.8 (or similar) I will check the exact requirements and post back later
Where do you get dfu-util for Linux or MacOS X?
answering my own question:
sudo yum install dfu-util
it would be nice if this was called out in the Intel supplied docs......
Or for Mac OS X, there is a page on how to use homebrew, google dfu-util.....