Now that you have set up your Intel® Edison board, you can get started programming your board. You chose your programming language and IDE when you ran the integrated installer. For next steps to get started with your preferred language, choose the appropriate link below:
This section contains steps to set up serial communication with your board. Serial communication gives you access to the Yocto-built Linux* operating system running on your board. Once you're connected, you can use Linux commands to change the hostname and password of your board, set up a Wi-Fi* connection, flash your board's firmware, and more.
This guide contains steps to set up network access to your Intel® Edison board and obtain an IP address.
The Intel® Edison module is meant to be used with a breakout board, so you need to secure your Intel® Edison module to your breakout board before you can use it. The steps to do this vary based on the type of breakout board you have. Choose your breakout board below:
This guide contains steps to start programming your Intel® Edison 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.
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.