Last command shall be "modprobe cdc-acm"
Assuming you are using the windows PC.
Do not insert the Linux image and connect Galileo to PC.
Remove the Linux image and then connect the Galileo. You should see Gadget Serial v2.4
Locate the Gadget Serial v2.4 device, under the Other devices tree. Right-click that and select Update Driver Software
Then follow the steps mentioned here:
I just seemed to have figured this one out.
On Windows 8, I clicked on the unknown device (CDC Serial) and then follwoed these steps:
Update Driver Software
Browse my computer...
Pick from device drivers...
It will give you some warnings, but it worked perfectly for me.
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I have not tried the workarounds, because I have moved ahead with the SDcard Linux image provided on the site and working on it. I shall close the thread once I evaluate the workaround. May be in a day or two. Thanks for the help.
This worked for me. Thanks!!
I actually just discovered something. When I plug in the USB cable I get a COM Port and a Drive show up in Explorer (I assume this is the SD card). I found a drivers folder on it. I updated the port driver with it. Now I have an Intel DevKit IoT COM port. It works. But I don't see any difference in doing this or the other solution recommended here. There is a win-driver folder on the SD.
That's actually only the first partition of the SD card you see.
I thought so when I saw how small it was on a 16GB card. That's actually a neat idea - you have the driver right there when you plug it in.
It worked for me!!! The drivers are right on your SD Card. Just unzip it and point to it.
Sukruth H V
This worked for me too!!