10 Replies Latest reply on Jan 17, 2016 4:18 PM by BMEJ

    Why Do We have 2 Separate Official Images?

    Taimoor

      Hello community...

       

      So we have two links to download Galileo's images from:

      It seems that the first link is newer. (I did a cat /etc/version)

       

      However, I tried to update libmraa0 on both the images... On the first one, opkg list | grep libmraa0 returns:

       

      root@galileo200:~# opkg list | grep libmraa0
      libmraa0 - 0.6.2 - mraa built using CMake
      libmraa0 - 0.6.2.13 - mraa built using CMake
      root@galileo200:~# cat /etc/version  # pasted here FYI
      201510010732
      
      

       

      Whereas, on the other one, I have:

      root@galileo201:~# opkg list | grep libmraa0
      
      libmraa0 - 0.7.2-r0.0 - Low Level Skeleton Library for Communication on Intel platforms  Low
      libmraa0 - 0.6.2.13 - mraa built using CMake
      libmraa0 - 0.7.3
      root@galileo201:~# cat /etc/version
      201506210418
      
      

       

      What can be the problem? I have tried this with fresh SD images.

       

      btw, the libraries on my edison I have this: [Bash] edison mraa - Pastebin.com

      Thanks in advance!

      Taimoor