Step 2: Choose your operating system

Intel® Edison board

Installing on Windows* 32-bit? Try the Windows Manual Setup.

End-user license ›
Third-party program use ›

Intel® Galileo board

Step 3: Get your board online

Installed the Arduino IDE? Skip to Step 4.  
Eclipse* and Intel® XDK IoT Edition require network connectivity to develop on your board.


Via Serial Terminal
Works well on all networks.
Intel® Edison board ›

Via AP Mode
Requires no wires. Does not work well on corporate networks.
Intel® Edison board ›

Via Ethernet
Best for corporate networks or hackathons.
Intel® Edison board ›
Intel® Galileo board ›

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Step 4: Try it out

Now that you've connected your board, get the onboard LED to blink.


Looking for other developer environments?
Check out what's available for Intel IoT products.