@Lucia-Touma you could try a factory reset by holding down reset button for 10-15 seconds, then just let it run for at least 15 min. ok that is for expansion board. do you have any board, or are you just wired to power source?
If I put omega2-ctrl gpiomux set pwm0 pwm in a script.sh file and run it then I get the following message:
unknown group/function combination.
Does anybody has an idea how to resolve this issue?
This is what I have changed in Makefile (for both: libnewgpio and gpioirq)
then just compile with make (libnewgpio and gpioirq consequently)
Every post in thread is about the original Omega (Omega 1.)
There are plenty existing threads discussing Omega 2's (1) needing the proper power supply to Omega2, (2) overheating due to excess solder splatter, (3) overheating...
i'm curious to know if anyone thinks that the firmware has been updated since they offered b160 in march 2017. and if it has if anyone thinks onion should have shared the build with this community. i think it has and it should have been shared.
i'am quite surprised that so far about 1,600 people have bought into the clock. a clock which uses the omega2. i thought it was against the law to build and sell a product that uses known defective parts. i guess it's not. and what about the very long list of negative comments on kickstarter? not to mention indiegogo.
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