I'm a beginner on using Galileo platform & ISS and I started to follow the guidelines https://software.intel.com/en-us/intel-system-studio-iot-edition-guide-for-c IoT - Intel® System Studio IoT Edition User Guide for C/C++ | Intel® Software
the document says :
This version of the Intel System Studio IoT Edition provides support for the following boards:
-After having setup "w_iss_iot_2016.0.004.exe" on a Windows system, I can not find project for Galileo on the list of proposed IoT Project
Projects are proposed only for Edison, Joule, Gateways (32bit & 64bit) and Minnowboard. No project for Galileo !
-Same for "Manage installed Development Platforms..." menu (no Galileo)
What are the steps I have missed to get Galileo supported as part of IoT Projects on ISS IoT Edition ?
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Could you please let us know in which step of the guide above you are seeing this? Please take a screenshot of the window that displays these options to you.
Were you able to complete this step: https://software.intel.com/en-us/blinking-an-led-using-c-with-intel-system-studio-iot-edition ?
Anyhow, most of the projects available for Edison should be compatible with Galileo, so, as a workaround, you could select Edison.
Let me know how it goes.
Sorry for the later answer, but I was off in the last days.
what I'm doing is the following (from a windows platform)
1) starting "Intel Studio IoT Edition" from Start Menu
2) on the Menu select File/New/Intel Project for IoT
Then I get a window asking to select between one of the following board: Joule, Edition, GW32, GW64, MinnowBoard max. (See attached screenshot)
I do not see any Quark or Galileo board
I understand, thank you for letting us know about this. I have already contacted the appropriate team regarding this so they can proceed accordingly.
As a workaround, I suggest you to use the Edison option, you shouldn't have issues if you do so.
Let me know how it goes and if you have any issues.