In this module, you will get used to the experience of using Torizon. Run some basic applications, easily serve a static webpage, use our ease-of-use Debian application, develop a hello world application on Visual Studio using our Torizon Microsoft Environment, cross-build it for a target device and deploy and debug it remotely.
Note: Even though it is possible to follow most of this Getting Started Guide as well as develop for Torizon with a Linux host machine, in this training modules the host computer is running the regular 64-bit installation of Windows 10 Pro/Enterprise/Education. It is highly recommended that you use the same setup since possible issues with Virtual Machines or other Operating Systems are not discussed.
Warning: Docker makes user of Hyper-V. It means that for a good experience, you need a computer with Windows 10 Pro, Enterprise or Education. The version of Windows 10 Home does not support Hyper-V and is not recommended.
Warning: Follow precautions for handling electrostatic sensitive devices (ESD)
Throughout the Torizon documentation, the following typographic conventions are used:
$ (dollar sign) Command in the host computer (e.g. your PC)
$ Command in your PC
$$ (double dollar sign) Command in a container in the host computer (e.g. your PC)
$$ Command inside a container in your PC
# (hashtag) Command in the target device/board (e.g. Linux terminal)
# Command in the target board, e.g. Colibri iMX6
## (double hashtag) Command inside a container in the target device (Torizon)
## Command inside a container in Torizon
> (greater-than sign) Command in the bootloader (e.g. U-Boot console)
> Command in the Bootloader
No symbol: Command output
$ Command waiting for output Output