@Boken-Lin Thanks for the explanation. I had used the GUI initially to set things up and wasn't aware of what was going on under the hood.
I have now completely switched to using CLI and was able to figure out the issue.
@Anco-van-der-Kolk The general principle for compiling for the Omega is very simple. You first write your program in C/C++. You will have access to all of the linux system calls, and you will be able to use most libraries out there (except for ones that are very architecture dependent). Once the program works, you need to write a makefile that tells the compiler how to compile the program which you have just written. Then, you will be copying the makefile to the Linux buildroot, and you will be able to compile your program either as a opkg package or directly into the firmware.
I fully agree with you. In my head are some ideas already as well, hopefully I'll find the time soon to make them come true.
And I think I'll need some more expansions. And Omegas. I've to say that I'm very happy to have backup up this project. It was the first project I've ever backed up and it couldn't have gone any better.
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