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Arduino* IDE Getting Started Guide from Arduino* IDE Getting Started Guide

This guide contains steps to start programming your Intel® Edison board or Intel® Galileo board with Arduino*. Included are steps to install the Arduino* IDE and run a quick "Hello, World" application that blinks an LED on your board.

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Installing the Arduino* IDE from Arduino* IDE Getting Started Guide

This guide contains steps to install the Arduino* IDE on a system with Windows*, OS X®, or Linux*.

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Blinking an LED with the Arduino* IDE from Arduino* IDE Getting Started Guide

This guide will teach you how to run a sample sketch on your Intel® IoT board using Arduino*. These instructions are geared toward the Intel® Edison module with the Arduino expansion board, but can also be applied to the Intel® Galileo board. Steps for the Intel® Edison module with mini breakout board may vary slightly.

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Troubleshooting and FAQ for the Arduino* IDE from Arduino* IDE Getting Started Guide

This guide contains troubleshooting information and answers to common questions about programming your Intel® Galileo or Intel® Edison board using the Arduino* IDE. For steps to install the Arduino IDE, see Installing the Arduino* IDE.

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Getting Started: Intel® System Studio

This document provides a general overview of Intel® System Studio for Microcontrollers 2015 and information about how to use it for developing and debugging your applications for the Intel® Quark™ microcontroller D1000 on Linux* platforms. The overview will cover using how to do this from the command line and from Eclipse* IDE and provides a list of compiler options, additional product...
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Step 1: Make a bootable micro SD card from Getting Started with the Intel® Galileo Board on Windows*

You must boot your Intel® Galileo board using a micro SD card that contains the latest Intel® IoT Developer Kit version of the Yocto*-built Linux image.

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Step 2: Assemble and power your board from Getting Started with the Intel® Galileo Board on Windows*

This section walks you through assembling your Intel® Galileo board. Start with one of the following options:

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