I told you how to install the OS Ubilinux on the Intel Edison board in the last post. I need this system for using the ROS (Robotic Operation System). I also need some functions which doesn’t included to the standard comm version:
- communication between Edison and Arduino Mega through serial port (UART)
- receiving frames from USB-camera and transmitting them with OpenCV support
- getting gamepad commands (XBox or DualShock)
- creating custom message types
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This post about the Ubilinux installation on the Intel Edison board. The Ubilinux allows you to install the ROS and use its power. Before following this tutorial I recommend to extend partition size of board with an SD card: read this.
1. The Ubilinux installation.
You will be needed in the edison driver in you are using Windows: IntelEdisonDriverSetup1.2.1.exe.
To prepare for the installation we have to install the dfu-util (USB Device Firmware Upgrade). To do this you have to input to terminal on your desktop machine (in my case it is Ubuntu 14.04):
sudo apt-get install dfu-util
Then we should download the Ubilinux from the EmutexLab site and unzip it:
tar xvfz ubilinux-edison-150309.tar.gz
After that we go to the directory and run the firmware script:
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