The Galileo is a board from Intel that runs a Pentium class system on a chip at 400MHz. The Arduino is emulated, and I/O is handled by I2C. It runs a bare-bones version of Linux. Terminal I/O requires a USB to RS-232 cable and a special cable, which are not included. It appears to be the same as the TiVo serial cable.
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This stuff is expensive to produce, maintain and serve, and without everyone supporting us, we have to cut back. Cutting back starts with those who consume resources and don't contribute.