you should see when connecting via serial. If you don't have anything showing up when powering up I'd call it bricked.
Just in case, these are the cables mhahn mentioned https://communities.intel.com/docs/DOC-23043. With this cables you should be able to see the booting process when you power up your board. Let us know if it works. Also could you attach the log of the IDE when you are trying to upload the Blink sketch?
Sorry for the delayed response and thanks for your time. The Galileo is a my friends house. We are working on a project together. JPMontero, here is the log when uploading a sketch. Hopefully this will provide you with some information.
Binary sketch size: 50,642 bytes (of a 262,144 byte maximum) - 19% used
MS-DOS style path detected: C:\Users\Peter\Desktop\arduino-1.5.3/hardware/arduino/x86/tools/izmir/clupload_win.sh
Preferred POSIX equivalent is: /cygdrive/c/Users/Peter/Desktop/arduino-1.5.3/hardware/arduino/x86/tools/izmir/clupload_win.sh
CYGWIN environment variable option "nodosfilewarning" turns off this warning.
Consult the user's guide for more details about POSIX paths:
echo "starting download script"
echo "Args to shell:" $*
starting download script
# ARG 1: Path to lsz executable.
# ARG 2: Elf File to download
Args to shell: C:\Users\Peter\Desktop\arduino-1.5.3/hardware/tools/x86/bin C:\Users\Peter\AppData\Local\Temp\build3918810508524319611.tmp/Blink.cpp.elf COM4
# ARG 3: COM port to use.
#path contains \ need to change all to /
#COM ports are not always setup to be addressed via COM for redirect.
COM PORT 4
#/dev/ttySx are present. Howwever, COMy -> /dev/ttySx where x = y - 1
Converted COM Port COM4 to tty port /dev/ttyS3
Sending Command String to move to download if not already in download mode
echo "COM PORT" $com_port_id
echo "Converted COM Port" $com_port_arg "to tty port" $tty_port_id
echo "Sending Command String to move to download if not already in download mode"
echo "~sketch download" > $tty_port_id
C:\Users\Peter\Desktop\arduino-1.5.3/hardware/arduino/x86/tools/izmir/clupload_win.sh: line 24: /dev/ttyS3: No such device or address
Deleting existing sketch on target
#Move the existing sketch on target.
echo "Deleting existing sketch on target"
$fixed_path/lsz.exe --escape -c "mv -f /sketch/sketch.elf /sketch/sketch.elf.old" <> $tty_port_id 1>&0
C:\Users\Peter\Desktop\arduino-1.5.3/hardware/arduino/x86/tools/izmir/clupload_win.sh: line 28: /dev/ttyS3: No such device or address
# Execute the target download command
#Download the file.
$fixed_path/lsz.exe --escape --binary --overwrite $host_file_name <> $tty_port_id 1>&0
C:\Users\Peter\Desktop\arduino-1.5.3/hardware/arduino/x86/tools/izmir/clupload_win.sh: line 34: /dev/ttyS3: No such device or address
#mv the downloaded file to /sketch/sketch.elf
Moving downloaded file to /sketch/sketch.elf on target
echo "Moving downloaded file to /sketch/sketch.elf on target"
#$fixed_path/lsz.exe --escape -c "cp sketch /sketch/sketch.elf" <> $tty_port_id 1>&0
$fixed_path/lsz.exe --escape -c "mv $target_download_name /sketch/sketch.elf; chmod +x /sketch/sketch.elf" <> $tty_port_id 1>&0
C:\Users\Peter\Desktop\arduino-1.5.3/hardware/arduino/x86/tools/izmir/clupload_win.sh: line 40: /dev/ttyS3: No such device or address
Thanks for the log. On the last line of the log you can see “/dev/ttyS3: No such device or address” so the IDE is not recognizing your board. Is your Galileo being recognized by the computer? I’d suggest you to get a serial console cable to see if you are able to see the booting process, to know if the board is booting up properly. In case you are using a Galileo Gen 1, you can make your own by following this guide http://www.malinov.com/Home/sergey-s-blog/intelgalileo-introduction.