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CBell1
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The last intel-aero-image-1.6.2.iso contains only Lubuntu version, where I can find the ISO with Yocto image?

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Hello,

following the Intel Aero Initial Setup instruction seems that the intel-aero-image-1.6.2.iso contains also the possibility to refresh Yocto.

Insted, I found only the following options, image below:

-Install Lubuntu

-OEM install (for manufactorers)

-check disk for defects

-Rescue a broken system

So, the options are different then explained in the Initial Setup.

I used Install Lubuntu & OEM install and both install Lubuntu 18.

Where I can find the last ISO with Yocto iso image?

Thank you

Cosma

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CBell1
New Contributor II
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Hi Cassandra,

the issue is not related to existing data on the USB stick but to the method to create a boot disk.

Interesting: using Ubuntu "Make Startup Disk" tool with the intel-aero-image-1.6.2.iso the image on the USB stick is completly different, with another menu and Lubuntu 16 as OS.

Using the command line "DD" method the image from intel-aero-image-1.6.2.iso is perfectly coherent with the expected result described in the wiki initial setup page.

Thank you

Regards

Cosma

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idata
Community Manager
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Hello Cosma,

 

 

 

Thank you for your interest in the Intel Aero Compute Board.

 

In regards to your query, could you please confirm that you are following the steps available here:

 

https://github.com/intel-aero/meta-intel-aero/wiki/02-Initial-setup# flashing

 

The Download Center is available here:

 

https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/27833/Intel-Aero-Platform-for-UAVs-Installation-Files?v=t

 

 

Is this were you have downloaded the ISO from?

 

 

I hope this information proves helpful.

 

 

Regards,

 

Casandra

 

CBell1
New Contributor II
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Hi Casandra,

yes, I have used these links.

The only available iso file is related to Lubuntu OS only.

The Yocto .tar file is not an ISO, so it's not included in the wiki initial setup.

So, how can I apply the wiki initial setup as suggested?

Many Thanks

Best Regards

Cosma

idata
Community Manager
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Hello Cosma,

 

 

Could you please confirm that you removed everything you had before on the SD card you are using?

 

We have seen the same error message with cards that already had an image on them and could not run because of the 2 images available.

 

 

Please format the SD card you can find a method here:

 

https://github.com/intel-aero/meta-intel-aero/wiki/02-Initial-setup# flashing (Create an USB drive to flash the Operating System)

 

Let me know if this was helpful.

 

 

Regards,

 

Casandra

 

 

 

CBell1
New Contributor II
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Hi Cassandra,

the issue is not related to existing data on the USB stick but to the method to create a boot disk.

Interesting: using Ubuntu "Make Startup Disk" tool with the intel-aero-image-1.6.2.iso the image on the USB stick is completly different, with another menu and Lubuntu 16 as OS.

Using the command line "DD" method the image from intel-aero-image-1.6.2.iso is perfectly coherent with the expected result described in the wiki initial setup page.

Thank you

Regards

Cosma

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MGroe1
Beginner
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Cosma

were you able to get the image working with the DD method? I am interested in a similar issue?

Thanks,

-Matt

idata
Community Manager
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Hello Cosma,

 

 

Was the issue solved with using the command line "DD" ?

 

Are there any other queries you have opened?

 

 

Best regards,

 

Casandra
CBell1
New Contributor II
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Hi Casandra,

exactly,I have solved using DD instead Ubuntu "Make Startup Disk" tool.

Please, close this case.

I have opened a case about Movidius NCS.

Thank you

Regards

Cosma

CBell1
New Contributor II
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Hi Matt,

you can find the last Intel Aero Drone ISO at the following official link:

https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/27833/Intel-Aero-Platform-for-UAVs-Installation-Files Download Intel® Aero Platform for UAVs Installation Files

If you use Linux to create a bootable USB, I kindly suggest to use DD command, as described in the wiki:

https://github.com/intel-aero/meta-intel-aero/wiki/02-Initial-Setup 02 Initial Setup · intel-aero/meta-intel-aero Wiki · GitHub

Best Regards

Cosma