@Caleb-Wiggins well, hologram does offer their own usb cellular device which is similar to the unit that they sold through onion kickstarter. but, i can't speak to if the device works well with the omega2[+]
Just for the record, I tested mine and usually draws about 250mA, omega2p with WiFi AP, Mini Dock and OLED Display. Also, USB 2.0 has a standard defined power of 5V and 500mA (2.5W) so is fine for a Omega2 to power up from USB.
@György-Farkas i can see that my failure to use the quote aspect of replying does make it difficult, but in the post of yours that i was replying to you had made the comment,
"BTW - I think - this command is more useful here
opkg list-installed | grep -i console"
and my response to that was,
meaning that it is certainly a possibility, but not a foregone conclusion. so, yep, even though i think the quote functions cause quite a bit of for the most part, unnecessary additional content i can see that i should be making my posts more clear. thanks and sorry for the lack of clarity on my part.
So at start up, they have a default time which increments until such time as a network connection has been established to the Internet. Once the Omega2 has sync'd to an NTP server, the time should be accurate per your Omega's timezone setting.
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