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Unable to Register component on iotkit dash board

Hi ,

I have register intel galileo on iotkit dashboard but not able to register component.

I am using following command :

iotkit-admin register <comp_name> <catalogid> which I get from 

https://github.com/enableiot/iotkit-agent/blob/master/README.md#5-notes-...

After hitting this command I am getting following error:

ERROR E-2201: The DAL interface library was loaded but the call to AllocIUmanaged failed

Hello!

I've got an error in Intel JTAG Debugger 2014 when trying to connect to ITP-XDP3 - ERROR E-2201: The DAL interface library was loaded but the call to AllocIUmanaged failed.

How can I solve this problem?

Thanks in advance!

 

BLDK for E5-2600v2 Family and S2600CP

Hello

I was referred to these forums by Intel support to verify that the Boot Loader Development Kit (BLDK) could be used for an Intel Xeon E5-2680v2 CPU being run on an Intel S2600CP4 Server board now or in the future. They seemed to believe so but could not confirm this and recommended I try here. Does anyone have any feedback on this? What documentation I could find on the BLDK mentioned only a few supported products.

Thank you!

Whether is there plan for ISS for Android on Mac OS X host?

Hi,

Whether is there any plan for ISS for Android on Mac OS X host, especially VTune Amplifier for Android? Because currently, almost all Android developers are working for Android and iOS at same time, and they are using Mac OS X as host, whether should we engage them to use ISS as their familiar environments?

Thanks a lot!

Y.Y.

Library compatibility between GNU and WindRiver 4.2.0.0

Building a POSIX multi-thread C code application targeting Atom E6xx, running a pre-built (board-vendor supplied kernel) WindRiver Linux 4.2.0.0. (to be completely clear , we are not building the kernel, only the application)

Using Fedora 14 to perform application builds using GNU gcc ver. 4.5.1.

Application uses only std GNU/Linux calls. Application uses POSIX thread libs.

Application currently runs correctly on the Atom processor board, running the vendor supplied WR Linux.

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