Let’s move on with the Intel Galileo series of posts:
- [GALILEO] HowTo: Perform a firmware update to an Intel Galileo
- [GALILEO] HowTo: install Intel Galileo drivers in Windows 10
- [GALILEO] HowTo: Create a SD bootable to work on Intel Galileo and Visual Studio
- [GALILEO] Connecting Windows 10 and Intel Galileo
- [GALILEO] HowTo: Configure credentials in Windows 10 to access the Intel Galileo as a network resource
- [GALILEO] Hello World with Visual Studio 2013
- [GALILEO] Launching apps in the device with Telnet and analyzing the debug in the command promt
Now we can create apps for Galileo, but the interesting stuff is to be able to run these apps once the Galileo gets online. As I mentioned in previous post, by default Visual Studio deploy thses apps to the directory [C:\Test], in this folder we can see our executable [*.exe].
For this example, we will assume that the app that you want to launch is called . The steps for launching this app would be
1. open a Windows Explorer on the path [\ < galileo name > or Galileo IP\C$ \Windows\System32\Boot ]]
2 edit the  file
3. Add the following command at the end of the file
Restart the Galileo and ready!
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