As of version 2.5, the Intel® Software License Manager download package for Linux* uses an installer similar to Intel software development tools. This is a change from older versions which were simply extracted to a folder. If you already have a pre-2.5 version of the license manager installed and running on your server, follow the steps below to upgrade to version 2.5 or higher.
MRAA (mraa.io) – pronounced ‘em rah’ is the hardware abstraction layer in Arduino Create* for Linux* based platforms. It is an open source project, and it supports multiple boards and programming languages. Using MRAA allows you to initialize and work with pins on a board with an easy-to-understand API.
While there are many traditional Arduino* libraries that are useful for microcontrollers, there is a lot of functionality to be had with Linux* based targets to take advantage of the additional processing and OS capabilities. This article will show you what libraries are available inside of Arduino Create for Intel®-based platforms running Linux.
This Color Match Game application is part of a series of how-to Internet of Things (IoT) code sample exercises using the Intel® IoT Developer Kit, and a compatible Intel® IoT Platform cloud platforms, APIs, and other technologies.