@None-None With little or no knowledge dicided to try verbatim your suggestion.
Started with a FACTORY RESET Omega.
Then checked out the names of the interfaces which would be needed with the brctl command.
Ran the ifconfig -a command and got the following:
I hope I'm not too late. For now, do nothing.
First of all let's talk about the necessary and possible modifications.
This v1 Dock with Omega2 project is a lot of work... it may not be worth it.
Electronic circuits DIY and soldering practice are needed.
You have a version 1 Arduino Dock. Please let me know:
What is the SMD marking code of the power supply IC?
The MCU is an ATMEGA328P AU isn't it?
@György-Farkas Much appreciated... that does indeed start narrowing things down. Damn... why couldn't that be the real size... it would be a very easy to solder SMD part! As it is... doing a bit of digging, it seems like there are a bunch of them in different SMD form factors that suitable for USB (Torex XBP1002, Bourns CDSOT23-SRV05-4, Onsemi NUP4201MR6, Semtech RClamp0504F, etc) and would do the job... but they are either nearly $2 each, or minimum order 10, so looks like my Omega2 will just have to suck it up!
@Chris-Stratton My unsuspecting Omega2+ is going to be permanently connected to a 3D printer and running OctoPrint. so I have no intention of going to the hassle of sourcing a TVS just for that, especially since I won't be plugging and unplugging it. It would have been different if it had been said "oh, it's this 50 cent part here... which doesn't need a microscope to solder"
@chee-sum-kong Hmmm, seems that there might be some bug in the code for phpmyadmin. According to this post, this bug should have been addressed in version 184.108.40.206 of phpmyadmin: https://github.com/phpmyadmin/phpmyadmin/issues/11892. Can you check which version you are running? We may need to manually upgrade the package to a newer version.
I desoldered the antenna and removed the excess blobs, and just tac-soldered it back down.
It locks reliably using usb and ublox u-centre, but switching to the Omega2+ and putting it in exactly the same position it can "see" 2-6 satellites (varies widely) and never locks position.
A previous post said the GPS expansion on an original Omega never locked and it was put down to interference from the omega and dock itself. I'm beginning to think this is still true on the Omega2. Moving the antenna away from the omega makes it work
Well, guys. I've had the same trouble with wifi but I solved it by changing router mode from 802.11n only to 802.11b/g/n mixed.
That's f**king stupid because Omega 2 should support 802.11n according to the docs.
I know this is an old thread, but I've been busy and am now getting around to unboxing my onion omega and have this same issue. Unfortunately I don't have the ethernet expansion. I was a kickstart backer, what do I need to do?
@WayneL i gotta revisit the schematic n everything when i have time this weekend, ive waited for my onion to arrive first so i can make sure they wont change anything in the pinout etc. AAA batteries would be obscolete when the dock has LiPo connectors and a charger on it, i would rather see the AAA as e-waste compared to lithium cells.
And adding video-output is a rather special thing and out of scope for this project, im sorry. It would add a ton of software to be made or ported over from other SoC's and i dont think there is a huge interest in it.
@Nilay-Desai Well, I don't know about the mt76 driver from onion firmware but the one in official LEDE builds can disable 11n by setting htmode 'NONE' in wifi-device section. Maybe this is default behavior of onion driver.
You can try to set htmode 'HT20' (or HT40 depending on your settings) and switch your router to 11n-only mode again.
If this won't work I've no idea why it happens.