I recently worked on a small electronics project for our office. The project would require the use of OpenCV's python module on an Intel Galileo. However, as I quickly found out full support for OpenCV was not available on Intel Galileo's default Linux image. The solution was to build a clanton-full Linux image (the shipped version is a stripped down clanton-tiny) with OpenCV support included. However, I also quickly found out that creating the full build required a little more attention than pressing the "full build please" button. With that in mind I've put together a list of the steps I took to create the clanton-full image.
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