I personally would've selected a headline shying away from having quit my job to go riding. But life has a funny way of working out and I have now been featured, on www.officechai.com, as one of 11 people that have quit their job to walk a road less traveled.
I wish, the other 10, the best of luck in their chosen venture. Thank you officechai.
Why am I selling - Am considering Pi2
[if you have a bad firmware or if you've lost the password ]
I followed the same thread as in one of the communities except that I
had limited luck with Windows - I think the MMC area was simply not
getting written or formatted at all. So here's what I did to recover my
Keep 'screen' connected so that you can have a look at the log of
what's going on with Edison
> sudo screen /dev/ttyUSB0 115200
1) Download the latest Full Yocto Image for Edison from the Intel
software downloads website
2) Unzip the image into a directory
> unzip edison-image-rel1-maint-rel1-ww42-14.zip -d ~/edison-image/.
3) Connect your Edison to Linux machine - Windows didn't work well for
me for the same procedure of flashing.
4) Make sure you see the Edison partition accessible in Linux.
5) Copy over the contents of the image [now in the edison-image
directory] to the edison partition that you see in the machine. I
executed the below command, since my partition was mounted at
> cp -rf ~/edison-image/* /media/usb2/.
6) Unmount the partition so that all the files get written to the
MMC. This might take some time.
7) Reboot your edison and keep pressing a button until it take you to
uboot promp with something like > boot
8) Execute the following command
> run do_ota
9) This command should read the ota_update.scr file and then also
flash all the partitions including root. This will take some time
and then the board automatically reboots twice. Keep track of the
logs you see on the screen
- Intel Corporationpresent
I am ghanashyam, a free thinker, technology enthusiast, engineer and DIY enthusiast.
Profession & Interests:
am an electronics designer by profession. Over the years, I have been working on FPGA designs, embedded systems and now I work on graphics processors. I have new found love in Maker stuff around Arduino, RaspberryPi and Intel Galileo and Edison and an an old time love in free software.
I am proud that am an Internet addict. I am a hard core fan of Steve Jobs, his style of working and thought process. I appreciate Apple products and am a Nexus user.
My Web2.0 Presence
-Google Buzz Profile: http://www.google.com/profiles/mail.ghanashyam.prabhu : Now that the awesome Google Buzz is shut down, find my posts/activity on Google Plus.
That's one thing I hated Google for - shutting down Buzz-
- Follow me on Twitter: @616476fbde873af
- I blog at gps-journal.blogspot.com
- AND NO, I AM NOT ON FACEBOOK for sane reasons
Where I live:
was born and brought up in Manipal, a coastal town of Karnataka state, INDIA. With
a beautiful lake, Manipal is a serene place to live and is also
called the University town, with a lot of educational institutions. I
currently live in Bengaluru for work. My long term dream is to settle back in Manipal doing my own stuff.
Outside of work:
have spent quite some years of my professional life in Manipal, when I
am not working, I used to spend some time at the beach flying kites
once in a while, drive alongside the beach or walk to the riverside,
take a boat ride. I love traveling alone[now that I am married, its a tad bit difficult to be alone] and I like talking to different
people. It is always nice traveling in trains, and buses when you get
to meet new people.
In Bangalore, I occasionally go watch a live play in a theater, ride on my bike exploring the food joints[someare on my Instagram stream
Apart from these, I like pencil sketching and water color paintings.. I like all kinds of music but cant get to stick to one genre for long time. My playlists are random.. I like playing football and I can say am above average at playing caroms.
Books I have been reading:
Garfield - At a book exhibit, I bought a bunch of them at a re-seller for Rs 50 then on I have like them like none other, I have been on a hunt for them since then.
Autobiography of Steve Jobs
Yaana (in Kannada) - By S. L Bhairappa - Story of a couple on a space ship that is never going to return back to earth - They are on their own and they have to move the programme forward.
My to-do list:
- Buy a bicycle
- Buy a bike -- Bought!!
- Buy a Android Dev Phone OR a bring up a personal Lin Board - Bought
RaspberryPi and a Galaxy Nexus! Now awaiting Intel Galileo to make
something awesome - Got a Galileo as well! (small project in the making at home)
- A "fun" trek to the Himalayas -
- Learn a few more programming languages -- Started with Perl and SysVerilog. Specman
- Author a Technical Paper
That's a lot of me!!
- Sri Jayachamarajendra College Of EngineeringB.E, Electronics and Communications Engineering