I wrote customer services but they can't tell me what I need to program the Intel Atom Deskboards by model number
With Atmel, we can program by model number of the board in Visual Studio by selecting the model number at the start page.
I have no trouble with Atmel boards.
The problem is, nobody on the Intel side knows what I need to program the Intel Atom D-410PT deskbord
I'm assuming all Intel Atom CPU's have the very same memory map, but it seems kind of bad Intel doesn't let us program the deskboards.
I don't want to use Windows. I'd like to create my own bootloader and operating system for the deskboard model I bought.
There should be a Visual Studio for all Intel Deskboard models like Atmel Studio which integrates in Visual Studio to let us select which board we wish to program for. In essence, we should be able to develop a bootloader and operating system from a C++ or assembler environment for the target board model and or the target CPU.
All the hardware info could be stored in the header files per deskboard model.
Maybe they can make a bootable programming environment so we can program and run the apps live in real time.
I've been trying for over a year to find an Intel Atom compiler but nobody at Intel knows what I'm talking about.
They're supposed to be the most sophisticated programmers in the world, but they're acting incompetent and I am highly surprised they don't have a programming environment that lets us select or automatically detect which board we want to program for. The bootable environment could even detect which board it's being run on and load in the header files for that board automatically.
Not sure what gives, am I a better programmer than the best programmer at Intel? To Date, they haven't made an environment like this.
They don't want us to program the CPU's independently even if they're standalone on a PCB.
It makes no sense the environments I've seen only work on Linux, and the Intel Atom does not run Linux so their dev environments are totally useless.
Intel, you need to make a development environment that lets us program our Intel deskboards by model number.
Atmel lets us program their boards by model number in the very same programming environment in Visual Studio.
They have ALL of their models listed we can program for. Your company has 0. Your company fails when it comes to development environments.
Your environments don't even run on Windows! Your environments should be ia-32 or ia-64, but they are not. Your programming environments are useless. I couldn't even get them to run AND the trial periods expired even before I had a chance to get them installed or working.
Your company is severely fraudulent in that aspect. This is why I don't support your software because to date, its all bull crap that does not work.
Intel Atom devkit, NOPE, doesn't run on Intel Atom CPU's. Fire all your programmers and Hire programmers that know what the hell they're doing.
If anything, I'll make my own development environment and give it away for free to let people program their deskboards without even needing an OS installed. I'll make it bootable.
Your company doesn't understand my concerns about this. Your side couldn't even provide a simple answer to my question about programming deskboards by model number. Are they that retarded?