This fixes the cloud connect issue, but I still have an issue with expled not working for the RGB led on the expansion board. I have to downgrade the firmware to 0.1.6-b137 in order to get it working, and then I can;t connect to the cloud! Can we have an upgrade that fixes both issues please?
@Lazar-Demin, I read the last update from Kickstarter (I'm backer too), about that will sent a form for enter delivery info and calculate ship rate. I remember the email with 'Free Kickstarter Shiping' message... are you considering that? and How I have to do for get the free board too? :D
I just need to make some sort of case / caddy for the Onion to go in so I don't feel like I"m carrying around a fragile egg!
Onion + Power Dock + 1-Wire Temperature Sensor + Ping + reading 1-wire every 2 minutes = 11 hours 19 minutes.
Onion + Power Dock + 1-Wire Temperature Sensor + Ping + reading 1-wire every 2 minutes + OLED Expansion on default brightness + 5 second wgets and displaying returned data on OLED = 8 hours.
Onion + Power Dock + 1-Wire Temperature Sensor + Ping + reading 1-wire every 2 minutes + OLED Expansion on the lower brightness setting + 5 second wgets and displaying returned data on OLED = 10 hours 19 minutes.
There is a variety of visual and usability changes that we hope will make you fall in love with the Cloud (even more).
And we've fixed those pesky bugs making life hard in browsers other than Chrome. You will now be able to use Firefox and Safari without any issues!
As always, happy hacking!
Be sure to tell us what you like/don't like and keep submitting those bug reports if you have an issue!
Good thing to have finally recent Node support. That I think makes the omega the cheapest device able to run node at this time.
The requirement for USB storage is a bit bad, probably having a SD card socket on the board would be a good thing to consider for further iterations.
Thanks anyway to the onion team for the hard work!
Cool and I saw those changes in the last update :) Also pleased to say I tested a USB audio device and it works reasonably well. I say reasonably because when playing straight wavs at high bitrate it can stumble andstutter a bit but not all the time. Restart the stream an it will work. Sounds like an USB IRQ /Buffer issue to me. However as madplay works perfectly playing mp3s with no errors and wavs take up so much space who cares?
Really nice Calculator app though. In fact I am loving all the apps so far. Any idea when the App store will go live? Looking forward to seeing what will appear.