I have started using intel edison from past couple of days. Lets take a simple example of flashing an LED. When I connect the board to my laptop through USB and Serial connection it flashes the LED. But when I disconnect the system from my laptop and power it up using the DC adapter given along with kit it does not flash the LED. Where does the program actually gets stored?
What is the procedure to flash the program and use edison as a standstill system powered by battery or a DC Power supply like we do with most of other microcontrollers.
Thanks in Advance for responding.
From what you write it looks like you want to use Edison for Arduino sketches: check e..g
If you are using the underlying Linux OS directly just write a systemd script to launch your executable, see e.g.:
What is the Yocto image version that you are using? You can check it by running the following command in the Edison's terminal:
configure_edison -- version
There is a known issue with the Arduino sketches in the latest image, but first let's check which version you currently have.
Yes, there is a known issue with that version. The Arduino sketches don't start automatically after the board reboots. You could do one of the following suggestions to solve it: