Intel Edison Getting started 2: Updating Edison[incomplete]

  Before you start something with Edison, updating Edison image is highly recommended. The initial version image is buggy and embedded utilities have changed a lot. So I write this post just after the 1st step: serial communication. The word “update” is chosen in the title but precisely this post explains how to “flash an image” on Edison module. You can update to new image, […]

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Intel Edison Getting started 1: Connecting to Edison – Serial Communications [incomplete]

After you turned on Intel Edison, you need to access Edison for making your own applications. There are several ways such as direct accessing to linux console, through Arduino IDE, through Intel XDK. Here in this article, I explain how to access Edison’s linux console.   1. Cabling As mentioned in previous article, Edison has UART-USB converter so you can […]

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Turning on Intel Edison with mini breakout board

  When you got the Intel Edison and unboxed it, you can be very embarrassed(especially with the mini breakout board). Only Edison module, mini breakout board and some nuts are all in the box. No cable, no manual included. So first of all, I recommend you to read these documents from Intel. – Edison module: https://communities.intel.com/docs/DOC-23158 – Breakout Board: https://communities.intel.com/docs/DOC-23252 […]

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