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I’ve seen problems with that sketch it usually hangs. I’d suggest you to try another method to get into the serial console. There are 3 ways to connect with it:
- Through serial console cable. Check this document on more information on these cables https://communities.intel.com/docs/DOC-23043 . This method has the advantage that shows you the booting process that could be helpful get into recovery mode or to manually update the firmware.
- Through wireless card (using ssh and telnet)
- Through Ethernet (using ssh and telnet)
I’d recommend you to use a serial console cable but if you can’t get one you can use any of the other 2 methods. In order to use a wireless card you would have to boot from the SD card image (you can get it from here https://communities.intel.com/docs/DOC-22226 ), as well if you want to use ssh. For ssh and for telnet if the process is not running you need to initialize them you can do this over the Arduino IDE with the following commands:
system(“telnetd –l /bin/sh”);
Then set up the internet connection and check in the router the IP address assigned to the Galileo board. Use this IP address to get into ssh or telnet. I hope you find this helpful.