The "Newest to Oldest" sorting option does sort by latest post; the date you see in the list is the topic's creation date. I have just replied to a bunch of threads just now and you should be able to see them all lined up at the top.
Photos of the Omega connected to the Expansion Dock, and plugged into a power source (either your PC or wall outlet)
Please include one top-down photo and one from the side (showing where the Omega is connected to the Expansion Dock)
Your current shipping address in case we need to send a replacement
I've recently been looking at different ways of using my Omega and Pi's.
I've come across Cayenne which uses an agent on a Pi to control it, similar to Onion Cloud without as much granularity.
Also Initial State which looks pretty cool, its a way of recording data from sensors primarily but you can store other datapoints too. So a temp sensor or humidiy sensor, you can stream values to a REST API. Looks promising although there is a free and paid model, the free level could be limiting.
Think I've just encountered a variant of this. My current onion has an external USB drive that I am using as extroot with /overlay, as per the tutorials I.e. pivot-overlay. All was fine.
I've just done a firmware upgrade and "lost" my external drive. In fact I was able to initially get it back by manually mounting the USB drive and all my old data was present. What I had to do to fix it was re-install the tools needs to create the external drive then just recreate the fstab using the block detect and edit. On reboot all the data is back.
Except that the onion is now saying that it is running the previous version of the firmware...
So not sure what's going on. As I understood it, using pivot-overlay should have updated the firmware but everything else shouldn't have been touched. That clearly didn't happen. Should one unmount any external drive before doing a firmware upgrade?
@Boken-Lin That' s alright! Yes I am trying to compile the onion packages for x86. I've followed the steps provided in the docs, but just specified x86 instead of the ARM arch. I'm pretty sure I added the packages to the feed. Is there a way to just compile the packages seperatly without appending them to the compressed kernel image?