This guide contains steps to update (flash) the firmware on your Intel® Edison board. The firmware is your board’s operating system, and also allows for use of Wi-Fi*, Bluetooth*, analog and digital controls, and other functions. It’s important to keep your firmware up-to-date to ensure the best stability and performance for your board.
This guide contains steps to manually install drivers for your Intel® Edison board on a system with Windows*.
The OPKG utility is a lightweight package manager used to download and install OpenWrt packages from local package repositories or ones located on the Internet. It is possible to use OPKG to update your board packages as will be discussed later.
This section contains steps to set up network access to your Intel® Edison board and obtain your board's IP address. Connecting your board to a network allows your system to communicate with your board for programming and debugging purposes.
In this guide, you’ll set up the Intel® Edison module with an Arduino* expansion board.
This section contains supplementary information on the Intel® Edison development platform.
Access Point (AP) Mode is a feature available on firmware releases as of January 2015. The initial release provides a means to perform the initial setup of your board, as well as upgrade firmware as it becomes available.