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RE: Using Azure IoT Hub with Python
@Erik-Hougaard haven't tested this out, but it may be possible, so I'll try to offer some advice.
Note that the AWS IoT Python SDK can be installed with just a
Judging by the Azure IoT Python SDK repo on Github, the Python SDK is a wrapper of the C SDK -- meaning the installation of the Python SDK must involve some compilation activities.
You will need to install:
- pip (to do the python package installation)
- make and gcc (to do the compilation)
- boost libraries (the SDK depends on this - not sure if this is available for openwrt/lede)
All of these items will take up a lot of space, so you'll likely need to boot your Omega from external storage.
Best of luck!
RE: ANATEL (RF) certification
@William-Scott See this FAQ post for details on where to find our Omega certification documents: http://community.onion.io/topic/3343/faq-where-can-i-find-certification-info
@ekt2018 I've sent you an email with next steps
FAQ: Where can I find certification info?
All certification documents are on GitHub:
- Omega2: https://github.com/OnionIoT/Onion-Docs/tree/master/Omega2/Certification
- Omega2S: https://github.com/OnionIoT/Onion-Docs/tree/master/Omega2S/Certification
If you're looking to certify a device that uses an Onion product, please email the Onion team directly.
RE: FAQ: How do I connect to a hidden wifi network posted in Technical FAQs
@György-Farkas Ah it looks like it's just not being uploaded to the repo server correctly!
The actual changelog in GitHub is up to date: https://github.com/OnionIoT/source/blob/lede-17.01/CHANGELOG.md
We'll look into changing the Docs site to point to the github changelog! Thanks for the headsup!
RE: Onion Omega2+ bootloader
@Gnichi-Mohamed No, the sysupgrade image doesn't contain the bootloader.
You can update the bootloader using the Web Recovery tool, just make sure to select u-boot update in your browser: https://docs.onion.io/omega2-docs/Firmware-Flashing-Web-Recovery.html
The bootloader source code can be found here: https://github.com/OnionIoT/omega2-bootloader
RE: AVRdude 6.9
At first glance, this does seem odd, but if you try out avrdude-6.3, you'll notice that it doesn't actually successfully flash the microcontroller on the Arduino Dock.
I can't recall the exact details but the avrdude developers made some changes with how GPIOs are accessed and it doesn't work on the Omega.
The last time it worked properly was in version 6.1.
Changing the version in the package makefile to 6.9 was our attempt at making sure our version (6.1) gets installed instead, but it turned out to not work...
We've reverted the change and if you do
./scripts/feeds update onionin the build system, it should build properly.