I am trying to connect toradex board from visual studio code. I installed Toradex Visual Studio Extension. I followed the instructions and entered com, username and password information. After that, this error is showing : Error (547) - Model id not recognized 0012.
What is model Id and how can i define the model id of toradex board ? Is there any log which can be explored in more detail.
Unfortunately, the Colibri VF61 is not supported by Torizon, as you can check by the list of supported modules. That’s why it’s not recognized.
I did not know that. So, what would be the way you suggested. Do you think I should proceed by compiling with gcc and how can i access to source code of my toradex board for changes ?
As you say, I started with Quickstart and my carrier board is violoplus, but there is no violoplus selection on the seleted area. I’am basic level on embeded programming and i want to use C#, Java etc… Actually i do not want use C or C++. Is there any way to use high programming lanuage on my toradex embeded board.
Viola and Viola Plus carrier boards only differ with some connectors populated on the Plus, but in the essence they are the same.
Just to confirm, are you using Colibri VF61, right?
Using Embedded Linux, it’s possible to develop Java applications with OpenJDK, for example, and for C# you can use Mono.
But you’ll have to configure the environment for development, having knowledge of Yocto (for building a compatible Embedded Linux image with support for OpenJDK or Mono), and the configuration of the IDE of your choice for working with the module.
If you want to use Torizon, I suggest you purchase one of the compatible modules.
Otherwise, using the VF61 you will have to dig into low-level details.
Thanks for your support, @andrecurvello.tx.
You will not be able to use TorizonCore or Torizon Extension on VisualStudio Code for that, unfortunately.
I invite you to go through our Quickstart, selecting the module, carrier board, operating system of the module, and of your host development machine. That will guide you with the setup of the environment for a proper usage and development.
In details, a proper way for development with Colibri VF61 is by using our Embedded Linux BSP 2.8.7, and setting up your environment for cross-compilation as described here (with emphasis on BSP 2.8).