Sure, I'll try to remember to try it somewhere else. Incidentally, I can access my computer's Apache web server from any other device on the network.
I am using an Apple Airport Extreme. Would the fact that some of my devices are using the 5GHz spectrum be an issue? Is there a compatibility issue there somewhere? I can't imagine that would make a difference.
Good thing to have finally recent Node support. That I think makes the omega the cheapest device able to run node at this time.
The requirement for USB storage is a bit bad, probably having a SD card socket on the board would be a good thing to consider for further iterations.
Thanks anyway to the onion team for the hard work!
I have just updated the firmware to 0.0.8 b297, rebooted twice as stated below.
I have a french standard keyboard and I am experimenting various problems with the terminal inside the console web page: I can connect correctly to the application from Firefox but some keys on the keyboard are not responding correctly, as if they were "dead", while most are just doing their duty...
It works correctly from a ssh terminal launched from my Ubuntu shell, not inside Firefox!
Also, there seem to be some css missing which shows various "raw" boxes from Firefox too. This applies to the Editor, Terminal, Login from Firefox.
All of this was working correctly from 0.0.5 firmware however.
Device Firmware Version: 0.0.8 b297
Checking latest version online...
Repo Firmware Version: 0.0.8 b297
Comparing version numbers
Device firmware is up to date!
root@Omega-17E8:~# opkg update
3.3 Serial Data In / Serial Data Out (SDI/SDO)
On the MCP41X1 devices, pin-out limitations do not allow for individual SDI and SDO pins. On these devices, the SDI and SDO pins are multiplexed.
The MCP41X1 serial interface knows when the pin needs to change from being an input (SDI) to being an output (SDO). The Host Controller’s SDO pin must be properly protected from a drive conflict.
Please check datasheet page 41. You can see the "Typical MCP41X1 SPI Interface Connections (Host Controller Hardware SPI) " wireing.
@Matt-Ogborne you are correct, we are using full blown Plolymer 1.0. You can extend the console with any custom elements. To run a linux command you will need to use the 'exec' function under the ' file ' ubus service. ubusProvider is the place to get started.
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