- I verified Galileo is booting off the SD card image via the serial console.
- XDK does not find the Galileo on local LAN. (Bonjour is installed)
- Manual configured XDK connection, but connection is not established. Receive the following error:
- Verified SecureConnection is set to True in XDK config file.
- Tried setting a password on Galileo.
- Successfully connected SSH Terminal to Galileo on port 22.
- "Sytemctl" commands not recognized on Galileo (through serial console).
- Firmware was upgraded from 102 to 104, with no change.
- Tried everything on SD card images 102, 103, and 104.
Yes, that is how I manually configured the XDK connection.
I probably should have mentioned that I'm using Windows 8. Maybe there is an issue with XDK on Windows 8. I have a Vista Business (64 bit) machine, but the XDK IDE wouldn't even install correctly on it. The splash screen came up and that was it.
OK, I made a newbie mistake. I was using the basic images from the Galileo software download page, when I should have been using the devkit image @ http://iotdk.intel.com/images/ images/.
Instructions for beginners: https://software.intel.com/en-us/programming-blank-sd-card-with-yocto-linux-image-windows Making a bootable micro SD Card with Windows* | Intel® Developer Zone