Thanks for the suggestion but I am always able to compile and run a C program like basic helloworld.c program successfully using Eclipse CDT. The problem is when I use Eclipse with Arduino Plugin.
When I verify and upload a blink program from Arduino1.5.3-Intel1.0.4 IDE it works very fine and the LED on Intel Galileo Gen 2 blinks. But when I try doing the same from Eclipse Juno with Arduino 1.5.3-Intel1.0.4 and plugin 2.2(http://www.baeyens.it/eclipse/V2/) the Arduino Project though builds successfully does not get uploaded to the Galileo board.
I receive the following.
using arduino loader
I have already verified the board and the port.
wasn't even aware that there is an Eclipse plugin for Edison/Galileo Arduino IDE. Where did you find that plugin?
Hi Nandasahu ;
Were you able to fix your problem or you still have problems with it? Let us know if we can help you in somehow.
As said by "Mhahn" there is no cmpatible plugin for Galileo Gen2 board.
I followed the link "Setting up Eclipse" for doing it. Everything is OK till now except for Discovering Board's IP address using Minicom. I have verified the serial port and the baud rate as well. Minicom status is also Online but I am not able to get the login prompt for galileo. Attached is the port configuration.
Any help on this?
sure you have the cable correctly connected?
I am making a direct connection from my Ubuntu system(Desktop) to the Galileo Board via an Ethernet cable and both of them are not connected to any network. Rest all the connections are as per "Setting up your Linux Environment".
May be I am fundamentally wrong but this is to assign an IP to my system and then discover the board's IP address. But I am not successful in doing this.
Is it mandatory to have a router so that the system and the board get connected to the same network? What way can it be done by connecting the board to the system by an ethernet cable? Please suggest.
No progress in these many days.
Regarding the cable connection- I am not using a FTDI cable. Instead I just have the Micro USB cable connected for serial communication,
The micro USB cable works for Arduino fine but as I want to use Eclipse and in turn want the IP address of the gen 2 board I require to know the IP address via serial console communication which is not happening.
Is it mandatory to have the FTDI cable for serial communication or the micro USB should be fine?
Also let me know how can i get the IP address of the board without using any terminal emulator?
By default the usb you're using is not set up as a tty. But in principle you should be able to modify the behavior such that you can use it as tty via an Arduino sketch. There was at least one posting on that in this thr
... forum. That said - if it's only about getting ar IP you could just run
system ("ip a > /dev/ttyGS0") to print it to Arduino serial console.