Quick question: Since the link is showing Arduino 1.5.3 Edison 1.0.4, Should I assume there have not been any changes to the Arduino side, that I would need to download a newer version of the IDE?
Will start a download of SDK to take a look at changes.
Also from Change list - Sounds like maybe one fix for SPI, but no fixes for time delays between SPI transfers?
There is going to be an Arduino release soon which will include Edison and Galileo boards. Don't have the ETA yet, but it should be soon.
Looking over the release notes for this build, access to the Quark MCU didn't make it in. Any updates on the availability?
Can someone explain to me why these two links have different firmware versions & why there are even 2 web pages for it. There should only be one source for software.
This page here has the latest.
This page here is outdated.
My guess is there is one page for the first beta, and as the beta progresses, they will finally get to one page with the right stuff (hopefully)
Looks like some of the networks stuff has changed.
In particular the stuff associated with the USB network config. I installed the new image, usb0 showed up as 192.168.2.15, wifi did not work. Went back to my notes to edit the file that configured this and does not exist. I tried many of the steps in the different posts including: Re: Edison w/ Breakout Board - How to Flash
Example: systemctl disable network-gadget-init.service
I then rebooted and usb0 still showed up and I could not ssh into it.
I then did an ifconfig usb0 down.
I could now putty and winscp into it, but if I did something like: opkg update
It would fail. Likewise: ping 126.96.36.199 would fail
I then did an ifconfig wlan0 down
ifconfig wlan up
And now I can ping and putty into it... But of course once I reboot...
So are there new instructions on how to reconfigure the network when our local network is 102.168.2.xxx?
There is no development for the Audio / I2S interface in this release? I read no sign of that in the release notes in the unresolved issues, even if we started posting a lot of things on the forum about the I2S. Do you know when this will be addressed?
If memory serves, I had an issue where I used to power it through my PC and it would use that connection to get internet.
This would screw up my wifi connection. Since then I have powered it only through a wall wart.
Not sure if this is the case though.
Yep I normally use wall wart as well. This issue has hit me with every install, in that their USB service uses the 192.168.2 range, which screws up the wifi as my wifi at home uses that same range. The problem is that they changed the the USB access settings was done as the file I edited before is not the same. Also the other way to disable the service does not appear to work. They probably changed the service name... So far I have not rebooted so have not had to do the other steps again.
I think I found the equivalent edit.
Edit the file: /etc/systemd/network/usb0.network
to : Address=192.168.99.15/24
We posted the R2 in the communities for now. link
The link below is a search to the download center that will show all the previous builds too.
In the next couple of day the page below and a couple more will get updated, the updates are in the queue already.
For now, if you want access to the R2 files us the link at the top.
Questions: Do you want feedback mainly in this forum thread, or new threads created?
What about things that the release notes say is not addressed in this release? Are they not addressed for this beta? Or not planned to be addressed for this release cycle? If not now, Do you plan on some way to have them addressed between cycles and/or do we have to wait many months to find out if/when they may be addressed. Things like SPI speed, things like USB server does not work after reboot, some IO pins appear to screw up processor and/or connectivity... Maybe more source drops, that address things, that we can build?
Is there more hardware information being released?
Is DMA for things like SPI supported in this release?
I imported the latest beta release into git so we could review the changes.
These are the differences since R1.
You should be able to comment per line that changed. Giving us a very granular way to comment and interact.
Anyone at Intel want to be @mentioned into the conversation on github?
Do provide feedback on this thread, so we will have one single thread to focus on Feedback about this release.
-> What about things that the release notes say is not addressed in this release? Are they not addressed for this beta? Or not planned to be addressed for this release cycle? If not now, Do you plan on some way to have them addressed between cycles and/or do we have to wait many months to find out if/when they may be addressed. ->
We expect at least a couple of more release in the next few months and we will address some of those issues in the future releases.
->Is there more hardware information being released?->
The hardware guides were updated too last week. You can get them from here: http://www.intel.com/support/maker/edison.htm#documents
-> Is DMA for things like SPI supported in this release?->