Thanks Diego. I do have some other issues. Some pwm code that runs on my Gen1 does not run on the Gen2 after making the required mapping changes. Previously had a hell of a time doing a firmware upgrade which required doing a re-burn via SPI using my Gen1 board just to get the Gen2 board to connect to my PC to get the firmware upgrade done.
Although a lot of other code works on my gen2 including a client server application, Do you think this board is defective and that is the cause of my problems?
Since they are different questions we can continue with the support for the PWM question in your other thread: setPwmI2C not working on Gen2. I already replied in that thread by the way.
If you have no other suggestion and based on your answer do you recommend returning the board because it is defective? There is something different between the Gen1 and Gen2 because persistent sketch don't work on my Gen2 after following same procedure that makes sketches persistent on my Gen1..
Thanks for the reply.
Based on the above link my Gen2 board is booting from the internal image. I followed the steps provided by
Intel's documentation to create the SD card. WHICH WORKS FINE ON MY GEN1. I also played with different SD formatting tools from SD.org and my windows7 system. Which all work fine on Gen1.
It was had to ignore that Adam in the above link stated his only fix was to install a Debian Linux image. Is this a known BUG on the Gen2 or do you think my board is defective?
I do have access to the Linux console. Whats the plan?
Could you please give me the output of the following commands:
dmesg | grep mmc
Please run the commands above with the SD card inserted in the SD socket of your Galileo Gen2. The Yocto complete image you should store in your SD card can be downloaded from here: SD card Linux Image Galileo