@Ketsayay-Choohirun You have an insufficient power problem. You can use another stronger 3.3 Volts power source with the Omega and have a serial connection. To also use the USB TTL unit connect together all three ground wires then connect only the USB TTL Rx wire to the Omega. DO NOT connect the USB TTL 3.3V wire to the Omega - that WILL damage the USB TTL unit.
I succed to put the exec and read permissions for files and folders with the line option in fstab
"option options 'rw,sync,uid=65534,gid=65534,umask=0000'"
but it's impossible to put write permissions make import the umask.
I use nobody user's and nothing changes.
While let's encrypt is great when compared to not having anything.
There are conveniences ~$150 per year buys you with an okay wildcard certificate. Certificates being valid for a span of years... Free revocation and reissue all day every day (versus a few times in a week). ...wild card subdomain support, you don't need a new cert if you roll out a new host on newhost.domain.com . Tech support tickets.
The conveniences and stability a paid SSL solution provides are likely more attractive to onion.io than saving $150. What is time worth? You have more of it if you are not dicking around with a certificate with more points of failure-- I know that. And I say that as a fan and supporter of Let's Encrypt. They are doing great things over there and have no reservations against someone using a Let's Encrypt cert-- when it makes sense to.
Kernel panic - not syncing: stack-protector: Kernel stack is corrupted in: 8701d944
This is a completely different situation. Your Omega2+ is working, you have got some kind of Wifi problem "only" .
I gave up on my power dock in the end, there is something not right with it I am sure. In fact I had cause to plug it on just to supply 5V to an audio amp I was testing (lots of ambient noise when plugging into the Omega) and it was fine until I turned the volume up to more than 50% then it would play a sound file but in the middle reset the power and restart. This is with a 2.5A USB supply. This confirmed my suspicion that the Power dock had a problem supplying power correctly. Which explains why it would not power up the Omega by just plugging usb power into it. It would charge the battery but you had to toggle the power switch to get it to supply power to the Omega.
All in all I think the Power Dock has some design/build issues and I opted for another solution which I have to say is much nicer in the end.
Chris, thank you for your help, I will order a converter to be able to act quickly.
My problem update:
After several attemps (power on-off) Omega Onion led became solid and it finally connected to the Wi-Fi network and I reached it through web browser interface via WiFi. I don't know what triggerred this failure mode.
However there is a problem with the Omega; my device is running continuosly and after about 1 day I cannot connect it via web browser at local network. I experienced this problem more than once. It still functions and active at cloud, strangely does not respond at local network(WiFi) via Putty or web browser.
Well looks like you would need to build some sort of interface to talk over the UART on the Omega but aside that on the software side seems there is something in LEDE.
canutils - 0e3ff3b3-2 - CAN userspace utilities and tools
canutils-asc2log - 0e3ff3b3-2 - Utility asc2log from the CAN utilities package.
canutils-bcmserver - 0e3ff3b3-2 - Utility bcmserver from the CAN utilities package.
canutils-can-calc-bit-timing - 0e3ff3b3-2 - Utility can-calc-bit-timing from the CAN utilities package.
canutils-canbusload - 0e3ff3b3-2 - Utility canbusload from the CAN utilities package.
canutils-candump - 0e3ff3b3-2 - Utility candump from the CAN utilities package.
canutils-canfdtest - 0e3ff3b3-2 - Utility canfdtest from the CAN utilities package.
canutils-cangen - 0e3ff3b3-2 - Utility cangen from the CAN utilities package.
canutils-cangw - 0e3ff3b3-2 - Utility cangw from the CAN utilities package.
canutils-canlogserver - 0e3ff3b3-2 - Utility canlogserver from the CAN utilities package.
canutils-canplayer - 0e3ff3b3-2 - Utility canplayer from the CAN utilities package.
canutils-cansend - 0e3ff3b3-2 - Utility cansend from the CAN utilities package.
canutils-cansniffer - 0e3ff3b3-2 - Utility cansniffer from the CAN utilities package.
canutils-isotpdump - 0e3ff3b3-2 - Utility isotpdump from the CAN utilities package.
canutils-isotpperf - 0e3ff3b3-2 - Utility isotpperf from the CAN utilities package.
canutils-isotprecv - 0e3ff3b3-2 - Utility isotprecv from the CAN utilities package.
canutils-isotpsend - 0e3ff3b3-2 - Utility isotpsend from the CAN utilities package.
canutils-isotpserver - 0e3ff3b3-2 - Utility isotpserver from the CAN utilities package.
canutils-isotpsniffer - 0e3ff3b3-2 - Utility isotpsniffer from the CAN utilities package.
canutils-isotptun - 0e3ff3b3-2 - Utility isotptun from the CAN utilities package.
canutils-log2asc - 0e3ff3b3-2 - Utility log2asc from the CAN utilities package.
canutils-log2long - 0e3ff3b3-2 - Utility log2long from the CAN utilities package.
canutils-slcan_attach - 0e3ff3b3-2 - Utility slcan_attach from the CAN utilities package.
canutils-slcand - 0e3ff3b3-2 - Utility slcand from the CAN utilities package.
canutils-slcanpty - 0e3ff3b3-2 - Utility slcanpty from the CAN utilities package.