Tapani wrote:I don't understand you.
The board boots from the SD card slot on the module. Without an OS there your board cannot boot.
You can install things in your SD card either using ethernet (scp etc) after booting the board up, or by inserting your SD card to a PC and copying your files there.
Rysler wrote:Yes, you need an OS.
My suggestion is:
1) Use yocto to develop an image with Linux and QT:
step 1: http://wiki.wandboard.org/Getting_start ... _Wandboard
step 2: http://wiki.wandboard.org/index.php/Bui ... _Wandboard
2) Once you have the image, install it in a sdcard, you shall then place the sdcard on the slot located on the CPU board of the wandboard.
3) If the wandboard boots OK you will see a terminal on the screen, this means you have QT and Linux runing OK
4) If linux and QT are OK then you shall download your application (i.e. on the 2nd sdcard) and then modify the Linux start-up scripts to run your app instead of the terminal.
This is the path I follow to develop my QT apps.
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