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Sketch won't upload on Intel Galileo


#1

I can’t upload any sketch. I am using an Intel Galileo. I have tried with all the Blynk sketches but none works, the error message instantly appears.
I have tried with Ethernet and Arduino Yun sketches (Downloaded from the internet or Arduino examples) and they work perfectly so I really don’t know what the problem is.

Currently I can’t upload images but as soon as I can, I will upload a photo of the error message I get.


#2

Sorry, but we don’t support Intel Galileo yet.
Here is the list of hardware Blynk works with.


#3

Aww, that´s sad :sob: :sob:
Hope it gets supported soon!


#4

If you are good at writing code, you can start writing it. We will add it of course, but it will take some time.


#5

Good thing I have my Arduino Mega, now I just need to buy an ethernet shield so I can start Blynking! :smile:
Anyway, thanks a lot.
I love Blynk!


#6

@BerniEF You can start Blynking using USB (Serial) while your shield is shipping!


#7

@vhymanskyy How, just uploading the Serial USB sketch?


#8

@BerniEF, the steps are inside the BoardsAndShields -> Arduino_Serial_USB example.
Enjoy!


#9

Thanks a lot @vhymanskyy :slight_smile:


#10

Hey @vhymanskyy, I am new at this. So how/where exactly do I connect the serial USB?


#11

@BerniEF

Have you looked into Arduino_Serial_USB scetch? To be more precise here is instructions from it:

    1. Edit auth token and upload this sketch.
    1. Run the script (script located in “scripts” folder of library root,
  • e.g. ‘blynk-library/scripts’) for redirecting traffic to server:
  •  for Windows:         scripts/blynk-ser.bat
    
  •  for Linux and OSX:   ./scripts/blynk-ser.sh (may need to run with sudo)
    
  • You can specify port, baud rate, and server endpoint like this:
  •  ./blynk-ser.sh -c <serial port> -b <baud rate> -s <server address> -p <server port>
    
  • For instance :
  •  ./blynk-ser.sh -c /dev/ttyACM0 -b 9600 -s cloud.blynk.cc -p 8442
    
  • Run blynk-ser.sh -h for more information
  • Be sure to select the right serial port (there may be multiple).
  • Attention!
  •    Arduino IDE may complain with "programmer is not responding".
    
  •    You need to terminate script before uploading new sketch.
    
    1. Start blynking! :slight_smile: