The Yún Rev2, Linux powered board with the Arduino simplicity, is the perfect board for your IoT projects!
The Yún Rev2 has the power of a Linux based system that enables advanced network connections and applications. Connecting to your Wi-Fi or wired network is simple thanks to the Yún Web Panel and the dedicated YunFirstConfig sketch. The Web panel allows you to manage your shield preferences and upload your sketch. The Yún Rev2 uses the Bridge library and so extends the board capabilities by using the Linux processor.
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The Yún Rev2 board allows you to connect to the internet using the onboard WiFi or Ethernet connection.
Instructions for downloading the GNU/Linux OS to your board.
Access the pins of the board with a web browser.
Demonstrates printing various formats to the Console.
Control an LED through the Console.
Parse information from the Console and repeat it back.
Learn how to expand the Yún disk space.
Demonstrates how to write and execute a shell script with Process.
Create a simple client that downloads a webpage and prints it to the serial monitor.
Create a simple client that downloads a webpage and prints it to the serial monitor via Wi-Fi using Console.
Using the command line for communication with SSH and cURL.
Send text messages to the Arduino processor using REST API through a browser.
Demonstrates how to use Process to run Linux commands.
Demonstrates how to upload remotely a sketch on DUE boards.
Use Process to run shell commands.
Post sensor data on a webpage when requested by a browser.
Get the time from a network time server and print it to the serial monitor.
Runs a pre-configured script that reports back the strength of the current Wi-Fi network.
Store sensor information on a SD card.
Connect your Yun product to the Wi-Fi networks in a breeze using the Serial Monitor and answering a few simple questions within it.
Learn how to use the package manager on Arduino Yún.
Access the Linux Terminal through the serial monitor.
Restore the 1.5.3 image after you did sysupgrade to 1.6.2 on old Yún
Learn how to reflash the OpenWrt-Yun Image with U-Boot.
This procedure tries to bring your Yún board to the latest firmware, no matter how old it is.