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Once you have the Edison plugged into a power and console source, you can interact with the on-board Linux kernel and start developing!
This tutorial is focused on getting you ready to develop on the Edison.
The tutorial is split into the following sections: Before you start plugging things in and blinking LEDs, make sure your development computer has everything it needs to work with the Edison.
The Edison is designed to work with any operating system: Windows, Mac or Linux.
On a Mac, after downloading and unzipping the application, we recommend renaming the “Arduino” app to something like “Arduino Edison”.
You may also want to move the app to your Applications folder.
Currently, the mating boards available include a whole host of Spark Fun Edison Blocks, the Arduino Expansion Board, and the Mini Breakout.
The Edison packs a host of features, including Wi Fi (802.11a/b/g/n), Bluetooth (4.0 and 2.1 EDR), UARTs, IC, SPI, USB, and 40 GPIO.