22 Jul '16, 9pm

#UDOO Neo is Ideal for #IIoT Designs

Now insert the microSD card into the Neo, attach a mouse and keyboard (USB normally), an HDMI monitor (recommended initially to see that everything is working correctly) and then power up. You should shortly see activity from the green and yellow LEDs on the board, and assuming you opted for Linux, Tux, the Linux Penguin should appear on the screen prior to the UDOO Ubuntu desktop. This familiar desktop gives you access to all the normal features and utilities of Linux. A Neo-configured Arduino IDE is also preloaded in the Linux distribution and is ready for use from the Desktop. The next stage is to connect to the Neo’s web-based control panel. There are a variety of ways to do this, either by pointing the Neo’s browser at its udooneo.local web server, or pointing to the board’s own IP address if you know it. See Figure 4.

Full article: http://www.digikey.com/en/articles/techzone/2016/jun/udoo...

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