So It means that, Galileo doesn't support any bluetooth device and just support mPCIe Wi-Fi card ?
So also it informs that , this will work only in linux.It doesn't support any arduino software.
I am really sad in this situation and I don't know what to do now.
I think ı made a big mistake , try to compare eachother.This should work correctly, how can we do that in basic opensource platform like arduino uno and Galileo doesn't support that?
It is very strange.
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The Galileo supports the mPCIe card and Bluetooth shields. The Bluetooth shields are Arduino compatible and can be placed in the Galileo, so Arduino software will work as well. In this link you will find the tested shields of the Galileo Gen 1and Gen2 and see that the HC-06 is in fact tested https://communities.intel.com/docs/DOC-22996 . Take a look at the 2 shields using the HC-06 in section 5 and 25. There you will find some example codes; they might be useful for you.
I had a similar problem interfacing an HC06 BT module to Galileo. I don't know if this will be of any help to you, but I found out through a web search that a pull up (I used a 10K ohm resistor to V3.3) was required on the BT Tx pin for it to successfully communicate to the Galileo serial port. Also, I can't tell from the above diagram if you are already doing this, but the nomenclature is such on Galileo and the BT module, that the Rx of one is connected to the Tx of the other.