Andrei - I don't know if this helps, but your comments were so helpful I wanted to mention this. I've had ruby installed and didn't see a lot of additional dependencies. I just now installed ruby-irb and saw that opkg installed a whole bunch of ruby-related stuff.
@Carlo-Oldani First step needed is grab the MAC address once this solved i think to be able to manage other aspect, but need help in catching address and data of signal, strenght and so on ...
and thanks a lot for reading
I was too busy since I created the topic and did not follow your answers @Lazar-Demin I am glad there is a fix to this bug and I am sorry I was not able to provide what you asked for. In the comming days I will try to test the new firmware and confirm the problem resolved.
So, a bit belatedly, but did ya'll ever get usb-ip ever working? While working on it, I found http://www.virtualhere.com/ which works using the MIPS version of their server on the Onion Omega. Performance doesn't seem particularly amazing, but definitely works, and gives a basic gui for control on clients.
Logitech QuickCam® Sphere AF works using mjpg_streamer and the webcam app on the latest firmware. Plugged an old one I had and worked out of the box but only when connected directly to the Omega (didn't work when trying it on a non-powered USB hub). Now on to look into controlling pan and tilt.
Busy box normaly comes with a httpd server too. Just for the Onion/OpenWRT they took a slimmer version. Check out if you can substitute your version of busybox and if you can run the rest of it together.