I am a seasoned engineer, but even we need documentation in order to pick apart this thing i paid for.
So, i ask in desperation;
All i'm trying to do is ssh into the linux shell to poke around and 2 hour web trawl sent me in circles - why is this so hard? I've worked on dozens of MCU,FPGA and SoC development kits and finding supporting documentation has never been an issue.
I can't believe given how old this product is, how messed up a simple search for documentation is.
OK - NOWHERE did it say i needed an account and to be logged in for the TOC to become links on the page:
This is what i'm talking about - user journey is non-existent.
Please fix this AD.
Sorry for your frustration - I know some of the docs are a little lacking, and we always try to add things as people ask. I will add the username/password on the mass storage device so it's easier to find (that is a great suggestion)
I'm not sure what you are meaning on the wiki - I just checked - you don't need to be logged in to see the links/content.
The contents are all links (green) which go to a different page in a private window/not logged in.
I see what's happening. Unless you have a login cookie, the links are not links.
Try opening it incognito - the TOC is just pure text:
The lower TOC has no links (except for the last one, not sure why that's still there). You are supposed to select one of the top four categories.
Logged in and logged out appear identical for us.
OOH I see,, the landing page https://wiki.analog.com/university/tools/pluto doesn't make that clear. Not in a way that seasoned engineers can navigate.
If i may? All that needs done is that non-linked TOC to be linked and i'd have been on my way, i'd prefer not to select a hardness level (one of 4 categories) because i touch each and every one, that layer is redundant, or could be in a 'getting started' section.