no time to put full details. Just some hints:
- you obviously would need to have a wireless adapter attached to your Galileo board PCIe
- you'd have to configure for your wireless environment [connman configuration file]and make sure WiFi is enabled on startup (rfkill unblock -> dependent on which version of image you are running either init.d or systemd script)
Thank you for your reply. I have my Galileo connected to Wifi with a wireless adapter.
To be honest, I am completely new to Linux and don't really know how to configure the wireless environment as you describe. If you had the time, I would really appreciate if you could perhaps post a "how to guide" of how to set up the IoT Dev kit guide with a wireless connection.
I'm sure it would benefit other people also who do not have a wired connection but would like to follow the IoT examples on the website.
matthias-hahn (Intel) wrote:
I plan to write a blog in near future. Pls grant me some more time to write it up
Kenny nicely described how to setup Intel® Galileo low level Yocto uses the connection manager connman which allows to configure wireless access at a higher level. Pls find my blog on that at https://software.intel.com/en-us/blogs/2014/04/25/wireless-galileo-on-yo....