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This section provides instructions for the installation and the use of the three trees as well as the connection and verification of the boards.
The A tree is the actual Arduino 101* product firmware source code and the Arduino C++ class libraries for the ARC core, tool sets and materials organized for embedded developers who want to go bey
This page lists some known issues and suggested workarounds for them.
This tutorial presents two examples of message passing between the Intel® Quark™ SE processor core (x86) and the ARC processor in the Intel® Curie™ module, using CurieMailbox library.
The M-Tree is a mix of the current Zephyr* RTOS for Intel Quark SE processor core (x86), the Arduino C++ class libraries for ARC core, with some modifications to each to make them work together.
The Z-Tree is Zephyr* RTOS targeting both the Intel® Quark™ SE processor core (x86) and the ARC core, but does not include the Arduino C++ class libraries for the ARC core.
Follow these steps to restore the factory settings on your Arduino 101* (branded Genuino 101* in some countries) board.
This tutorial illustrates how to create and use your own project for the Intel® Curie™ Open Developer Kit (ODK).
The Intel® Curie™ module manufacturing process example describes the main steps of the manufacturing flow used for the Arduino 101* (branded Genuino 101* in some countries) board.