Getting Started with Intel® System Studio 2018 Beta on a macOS* Host

Creating and Running a Project

To create a new project you will use the Project for building in a container and running on Linux* wizard. This workflow uses Docker* container technology.

Note

If you do not already have Docker installed, you must install Docker and configure the Eclipse* proxy before you create a project. For detailed instructions, see Intel® System Studio Cross System Development Guide.

Step 1: Create a Project

  1. Choose File > New > Project from the menu. The Create a New Project page appears.

  2. Expand Application Development and select Project for building in a container and running on Linux.

  3. The Intel® System Studio supports building projects for more than one operating system. Select your target OS and click Next.

  4. Select Intel® IoT C/C++ Project. Click Next.

  5. Type a name for the project in the Name field and select the type of project to create. A short description of the selected project type is displayed in the Description area. Click Next.
  6. Click Finish.

  7. Your project is created and displayed.

Note

If you receive an error message that says that Docker has failed, you need to install Docker and configure the Eclipse proxy. For detailed instructions, see Intel® System Studio Cross System Development Guide.

Step 2: Run a Project

Follow these steps to select a target connection and run or debug the project:

Note

If you need to set up a new target connection, click the arrow next to the connection drop-down list and select New Connection. For details, see the "Creating a New Target Connection" section in the Intel® System Studio Cross System Development Guide.

  1. Click on the arrow next to the connection drop-down list and select your connection.

  2. Ensure that your target is selected in the drop-down list.

    Caution

    When you connect to your target system this way, Intel System Studio copies a TCF agent to your target, which is listening for connections from any computer on your local network. The IDE target connection dialog asks for authentication credentials to facilitate transferring and starting the TCF agent on your target device; however, once running, the TCF agent does NOT require authentication to perform its actions. Therefore, any user that has network access to your target device can connect to it and use the TCF agent to run arbitrary code on your target device.
  3. From the Run drop-down list in the toolbar, select the name of your project.

  4. If a warning message about host authenticity displays, click Yes to upload and run your project.

  5. Your project runs. When finished, click the Terminate icon from the Console panel to end the IoT application that is running on your target device.

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Description

Building with Docker* containers with Intel® System Studio 2018

Find out how to install and configure Docker* and how to develop projects using container technology:

Links to Beta documentation

Access a variety of documents and guides for the Intel System Studio 2018 Beta:

Intel® System Studio 2018 Beta Documentation

News about the latest documentation updates

Check for the latest documentation updates:

What's New in Intel® System Studio 2018 Beta

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