How to install a kernel from my repo onto Edison with the official image

UPDATE 23-Apr-2015 I’ve slightly updated the instructions for the latest official image – there are no major differences, but nevertheless. In this post I’d like to describe a way to install a kernel from my package repository onto the Edison board flashed with the official image. In my custom build, which is a base for the package repo, I enable … Continue reading

Updated Galileo “devtools” image is out

Here goes the updated devtools image based on Galileo software release 1.0.4. http://repo.opkg.net/galileo/images/image-devtools-1.0.4-1.tar.bz2 http://repo.opkg.net/galileo/images/image-devtools-1.0.4-1.tar.bz2.md5sum Compared to the previous version, it is based on 1.0.4 (duh :) no longer has Redis installed right away – I figured there’s not that much demand for that and one can always install from the repo has never Node.js (0.10.32) has fswebcam in addition to … Continue reading

Galileo package repo is now only on repo.opkg.net

As announced a while ago, I’m no longer going to host the package repo on this site due to disk size and traffic limitations as well as inconvenient management capabilities. From today on the only location would be at http://repo.opkg.net/galileo, which is what you should be using for a while anyway. That one has no limits and much more manageable … Continue reading