1 Reply Latest reply on Oct 6, 2014 3:53 AM by mhahn

    What's the difference between x86 and Edison folders.

    DrOldies

      I have 1.53 installed on WIN8 and the Edison/Arduino expansion board. Under ..\hardware\Arduino there are 2 subfolders: x86 and Edison. What's the difference? Which path should I be looking through for libraries and example code to learn from? 

        • 1. Re: What's the difference between x86 and Edison folders.
          mhahn

          DrOldies wrote:

           

          Which path should I be looking through for libraries and example code to learn from? 

          for Arduino* example code just open the Arduino* IDE and check File -> Examples. No need to dig into anywhere else.

          If you want to program native you might be interested to take a look into the Intel(R) IoT developer kit Eclipse IDE on https://software.intel.com/en-us/iot/downloads which supports the Intel(R) Edison Arduino breakout board.

          DrOldies wrote:

           

          I have 1.53 installed on WIN8 and the Edison/Arduino expansion board. Under ..\hardware\Arduino there are 2 subfolders: x86 and Edison. What's the difference? 

          The "x86" path is for Intel(R) Galileo, whereas the "edison" path is for Intel(R) Edison