I made a script to check so that it doesn't hang:
Did you manage to sort out the dependency issues?
I was debating whether to give this a go myself, or try Babel and Shncpd - the whole IPv6 part of that is the only reason I am not rushing into it.
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@Samuel-Mathieson Cool :-) Glad it worked and you are going again.
This is exactly what I needed. I am using a generic OLED screen and it works like a charm!
Thanks for the update. waiting sucks but I know you guys are working hard on getting everything out.
nothing better happen ... c++ c :rage: :punch: :boom: compile toolchain ... .cpp segment .c :scream: :thumbsdown: ... trying python
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FYI: Code on https://github.com/KitBishop/java-gpio has now been updated to version 1.0.1
i have the same issue
after upgrading the device, the green light has start to show and nothing happens after that.
I have the basic expantion.
@Kit-Bishop yep I know about it. This will be of course much better and non-invasive way. But up to my knowledge is not yet available and this hack was done in 5 minutes :)
Ahh - not to worry.. Just after posting, it took me to this page.. https://community.onion.io/topic/363/ufl-antenna-connector
That is exactly what I need. :smiley:
thank you @mark-doutre everything works now
Thx, I dont figure out the AP let's me use Omega like a simple DHCP
So, it is a way to make it over the Serial (with console/terminal) ?
Wifisetup just allow me to select a wifi connection
Just noticed there is a new Wiki page (https://wiki.onion.io/Hardware-Specifications/Electrical-Characteristics) that has basic electrical specs for the GPIO pins and a link to the PDF file for the AR9331 as above.
Note in particular that the AR9331 PDF document contains additional information relating to electrical specs in section 7 on page 305
Thanks to the Omega people for this - much appreciated :-)
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