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KSels
New Contributor II
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XDK does not find Galileo Gen 2

I got an Intel Galileo Gen 2 and the XDK does not automatically find the Galileo, but I can add it manualy.

Is it possible to get it to be found automatically?

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Carlos_M_Intel
Employee
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Hi Kim,

If you the device is not automatically detected you can try with:

Your IoT device must be on the same subnet network.

 

 

Windows: Please make sure Bonjour is installed. ( click here for instructions )

 

 

Linux: Please make sure avahi-browser or libavahi-compat-libdnssd1 has been installed.

( click here for instructions )

If this doesn't work either, you will have to continue adding the device manually.

Regards,

Charlie

KSels
New Contributor II
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Your "click here" links does not work.

The XDK finds the Intel Edison. Sow must be somthing with the Galileo, also the galileo local host name does not work. (on my edison its called, edison.local)

Carlos_M_Intel
Employee
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Hi Kim,

I was trying to showing you the information on:

Are you using galileo.local in the XDK to connect the board? You need to use the IP address in order to connect the board to the XDK IDE.

Which XDK version, xdk-daemon and image are you using?

Regards,

Charlie

KSels
New Contributor II
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galileo.local does not work. had to use ip address.

Carlos_M_Intel
Employee
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Hi Kim,

You need to use the IP address of the board while using the XDK.

Also, do you have Bonjour installed on your PC? Also check the subnet network of the device and the PC.

Regards

Charlie

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