This article series provides details on setting up and using a build environment for the ARTIK Linux modules. To simply develop ARTIK 5/7/10 apps, you can use the ARTIK IDE and can skip the procedures here (although you may need security API headers).
However, if you are an advanced developer with a Linux PC or want to set up a virtual machine running Linux on a Windows PC, you've found the right place.
|Set Up Linux Environment||Discusses the one-time procedure needed for setting up the build environment for the OS that runs on the kit.|
|Compile and Load||Walks you through the tools you'll be using to develop, load code, and debug it.|
|Customization Tools||Describes how to use
|Code Signing||Shows you how to use code signing tools for "s" modules.|
|Verified Boot||Describes the U-Boot feature for completing the chain of trust.|
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