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The Galileo includes a reduced Yocto image, in case you need a more complete image you can download the SD Card image, which includes some additional tools for example ssh and some drivers for wireless cards. The BSP is used to build a full Yocto image which include a bunch of extra packages and programs. It also allows you to build your own images and add all the packages that you need, but you will lose the Arduino side of the board. I hope you find this helpful.
Thanks for the answer.
- When I built the Yocto-Galileo image, what I did was simply run the command "bitbake image-full". I did not choose what package to install for the yocto build. Are there any links that guide me on how to add packages for the Yocto-Galileo build?
- Is the default Yocto-Galileo image built the reduced Yocto image that you referred to? I discovered that the Yocto-galileo image that I built using bitbake also contains WiFi drivers. So, I am not sure if it is the reduced Yocto image or same as the SDcard image.
If you want to build the full galileo image you need to run bitbake image-full-galileo. More details on how to build your own image are in this link http://www.malinov.com/Home/sergey-s-blog/intelgalileo-buildinglinuximage. The reduced image I was referring to is the internal of the spi which doesn’t include the drivers. You can build one, and these steps are in section 6 right where it says Build a small Linux for SPI Flash. The image you build with bitbake image-full is for other supported board not Intel Galileo.