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   * Install Homebrew ​ by running the command:<​code>​ruby -e "​$(curl -fsSL https://​raw.githubusercontent.com/​Homebrew/​install/​master/​install)"</​code>​   * Install Homebrew ​ by running the command:<​code>​ruby -e "​$(curl -fsSL https://​raw.githubusercontent.com/​Homebrew/​install/​master/​install)"</​code>​
   * install dfu-util, coreutils, and gnu-getopt:<​code>​brew install dfu-util coreutils gnu-getopt</​code>​   * install dfu-util, coreutils, and gnu-getopt:<​code>​brew install dfu-util coreutils gnu-getopt</​code>​
-  * Download and extract Edison Image. [[http://​downloadmirror.intel.com/​24271/​eng/​edison-image-ww36-14.zip]] and double click on the zip file to extract it. In your terminal change to the directory where you extracted the linux image (example your directory may be different) <​code>​cd ~/​Downloads/​edison-image-ww36-14</​code>​+  * Download and extract Edison Image. [[http://http://​downloadmirror.intel.com/​24389/​eng/​edison-image-rel1-maint-rel1-ww42-14.zip]] and double click on the zip file to extract it. In your terminal change to the directory where you extracted the linux image (example your directory may be different) <​code>​cd ~/​Downloads/​edison-image-ww36-14</​code>​
   * Run the flashall script and then plug usb cable into board: <​code>​./​flashall.sh</​code>​   * Run the flashall script and then plug usb cable into board: <​code>​./​flashall.sh</​code>​
    
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