Toradex Easy Installer is a tool that enables you to flash an OS image to the Computer on Module with a few clicks and very easily. It comes pre-installed from factory for seamless out-of-the-box and production programming experiences.
In this module you will:
For this lesson:
Note: Carefully read this module's cover page clicking on "Module 1: Unboxing and Bring-up" on the left menu bar before starting this lesson.
Press the on/off switch (SW9):
You should see the Toradex Easy Installer displayed on the monitor attached to the DVI port of the Apalis Evaluation Board. Images available for download are listed. If none are currently shown, check if the Ethernet cable is connected and press "r" to refresh.
Warning: Make sure you take note of your board's IP address, as highlighted in the picture. You will need it for the next lessons. The
/24 at the end is just the ip mask, please disregard it. To use ssh, stick to the default port 22.
Your module should have come with the Toradex Easy Installer pre-installed.
If this isn't the case, you can follow the link below to deploy the Toradex Easy Installer to the module before proceeding:
To install Torizon use the connected keyboard arrow key buttons to navigate and select the latest version of
TorizonCore with evaluation containers, press
i to install and
Enter to confirm:
Note: While executing this step make sure your board is connected to the internet and connection is established successfully.
Wait for the image to be downloaded and installed:
After the Image Installed message pops-up, select the Power off option to shut down the system.
Notice that there are two types of images for Torizon. You have installed one that provides the best out-of-the-box user experience:
TorizonCore with evaluation containers: to provide the best out-of-the-box experience, this image comes with Portainer, a graphical container manager, pre-installed. We'll use this image on the Quickstart Guide and you will learn more about Portainer in the next lessons.
TorizonCore: this image does not have any evaluation containers pre-installed. It is best suitable for later steps of development. For instance, once you start to customize the TorizonCore base image using tools as the TorizonCore Builder Tool, you'll most likely want to use the