How To and Other References
Below, you'll find step-by-step instructions for many common tasks while using Gumstix products. Product videos demonstrate how to connect your Gumstix system for the first time; you may want to review these Gumstix videos.
For more application-specific tasks, users have contributed a wide range of documentation in the User Wiki.
Yocto Project images use systemd for startup management instead of Sys-V init. One implication of this change is that interfaces configured in /etc/network/interfaces are not always automatically brought up on boot. As a result, bringing up a WiFi interface on boot in systemd-based images cannot be done in the interfaces file.
These instructions will walk you through enabling WiFi from a terminal on a Yocto Project image.
All software for Gumstix COMs is freely available and open source. Gumstix also makes available the complete build system used to generate our release images and package repository.