The Apache package can be found in AlexT's repo, in order to get it you'll have to add the repo firs, so follow this instructions to do so:
1. echo src/gz all http://repo.opkg.net/galileo/repo/all > /etc/opkg/base-feeds.conf
2. echo src/gz clanton http://repo.opkg.net/galileo/repo/clanton >> /etc/opkg/base-feeds.conf
3. echo src/gz i586 http://repo.opkg.net/galileo/repo/i586 >> /etc/opkg/base-feeds.conf
Then, to update the list of available packages run the command:
To see all available packages run the command:
To install a package run the command
opkg install THE DESIRED PACKAGE
Edit: Some more info about the repo can be found here: Galileo Package Repo Configuration Instructions
I attached the screenshot of serial console connected to Galileo Gen 2 board from the host computer with ifconfig and ping google.com results.
I can able to ping other computers on the network, but ping google.com is not working on galileo.
I tried ping google.com from the host computer, in this case also ping is not working but I am able to access google.com web page on host computer which is having windows 8.0 OS.
Corresponding screenshot is attached here.
But able ping www.iind.intel.com on both host computer and galileo.
Below is on Galileo serial console:
Below is on Host computer:
Pinging google is not working i tried it from other computers also...
From the host PC (windows 8.0) i used USB cable to connect to client USB on galileo gen 2.
and i connected galileo to Intel network using Ethernet cable.
My host PC also connected to Intel network.
I ran script (Arduino IDE) to get the IP address of the Galileo on the serial monitor of Arduino IDE.
using that IP i used Putty SSH to connect to galileo.
Is intel network having any proxy which is restricting galileo from accessing the Internet.
and if any firewall is enabled how to disable it on galileo?
Since you're trying to connect to private network (in this case an enterprise network), it probably has several protections like firewall, or NAC (Network Access Control), and if that's the case, I'd suggest you to reach your network administrator so they can grant you access to their network.