Come sapete Edison viene distribuita con un'immagine di Yocto Linux. L'immagine contiene tutto il software necessario al funzionamento di base del sistema e diverse utilissime librerie, ma per chi, come me, e' abituato ad usare GNU/Linux normalmente, troverebbe alcune mancanze fastidiose.
Yocto e' ottima per costruire distribuzioni customizzate al proprio prodotto, ma compilare pacchetti e librerie non e' esattamente banale.
Last year this month Intel's CEO Brian Krzanich introduced the world to the Intel Edison chip. This year he is introducing to us the Intel Curie, a button sized module using the Intel Quark SE SoC designed for wearables..
Curie is designed to be efficient at always on applications in form factors such as rings, bags, fitness trackers, and shoes to name a few.
The Intel Curie module includes:
From Ajay Mungara's blog:
Welcome to the Internet of Things forum. In addition to asking questions on the forum you are encouraged to post your project ideas, and provide helpful information to other participants. We are also looking for feedback on the software and hardware components that make up the initial devkit offering. Currently there are three major pieces:
Development Tools : including Yocto Application Toolkit, (ADT) and Intel(r) System Studio (ISS).
Galileo board including the range of sensors, and I/O devices that we use at our hackathons.
Does anyone know if the (C/C++) source is available and if so where I can find it?
The sample application ExGroveStarterKit on latest build of Eclipse gets undefined symbol during download. Do I need to link a library for this? If so, where is the library and how do I reference it?
Build works fine, but this is the output I get at launch.
I am using Eclipse and C/C++ to develop for the Intel Edison. I can successfully download and run an application over the virtual Ethernet over USB, but there appears to be no way to reset the Edison to accept a modified application without doing a full power reset. The Eclipse IDE does not have any obvious way to stop and clear the remote application - as I am used to seeing in other embedded debugging tools. This would be much easier than frequent power resets of the Edison target. Is there a way to do this from Eclipse?
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