which SD card image do you run?
Any images that I have built, including v.0.7.5, v.1.0.1. I just disabled the uclibc for all images (add # in each line in the file .../meta-clanton-distro/recipes-multimedia/v4l2apps/v4l-utils_0.8.8.bbappend) .
Any images that I downloaded from the Intel website are working fine. The only issue that I have with those cards is that I can't run my executable code which uses eglibc.
I'm just curious why I had this kind of error. In addition, I'd like to build my own image so that I can remove or add some features that I don't or do need.
When I ran the command
I had the following error.
ifdown: interface wlan0 not configured
ifdown: interface eth0 not configured
ifconfig: SIOCSIFFLAGS: Operation not possible due to RF-kill
ifconfig: SIOCSIFFLAGS: No such device
I managed to enable the wifi card.
There is a setting file in /var/lib/connman/setttings, just enable the wifi card in the settings
and then reboot.
* Note that my image has no connmanctl and rfkill won't work.
you could have set as well via "connmanctl enable wifi"
connmanctl doesn't work for me. It says "command not found".
strange - ok, great you found a different solution
Yes, I feel strange as well. I'll be very happy to know why.
# opkg files connman-client
Package connman-client (1.24-r0) is installed on root and has the following files:
there is no connmanctl on my /usr/bin/connmanctl. The package might not be installed on my image. There is only 'connmand'. I will have a look at the package connman-client later.
based on my experience, official Intel SD Card images have no connmanctl.
It is possible to use the following embedded tools to configure Wi-Fi settings:
what is "official"? If you use the Intel IoT developer kit SD card image you'll definitely find connman included
"Official" means release version (tested and documented) provided by Intel.
IoT developer kit SD card image has a beta version status, isn't it?