I did a factory reset to the Omega.
I went back to the documentation and followed all the steps from the beginning.
I came to the blink program called 'STK01-blink'.
I saved 'STK01-blink' to my Omega. I went to the terminal ran the code and IT WORKS!!!!
@Chris-Stratton I take that back! Or at least some of it. Was sitting here wondering which of the 30 problems I'm going to tackle next. I wondered, since that failed device has cooled.....
I grabbed the device out of it's new home, one of the fried expansion docks, and put it back in the breadboard dock. Applied power, and voila! The LED came up and went into the same failure pattern as before. Is there a possible heat issue?
Immediately I tried to replicate this magical feat. Now the device is back to providing no external clues - looks dead.
@ice-master your command line is wrong, this,
mount /dev/<device name> /mnt/ ; tar -C /overlay -cvf - . | tar -C /mnt/ -xf - ; umount /mnt/
notice forward slash on each side of mnt.../mnt/ you missed it three times.
We see it scanned the SSID properly and you chose the WiFi-JYB8 ap so to confirm your security on the ap is indeed WPA2?
Is the password correct? CAPS LOCK on by chance? How is the WiFi setup? There could be so many things here that could be wrong but until you've ruled out the ones that you have control over; we can't help on the things you don't.
I have also seen, not on the Omega2's, where a 5ghz N Channel will get picked up by a scan but the 2.4ghz radio won't connect to it. It depends if the channel for 5ghz is locked or will downgrade for a 2.4ghz connection.
Again, many things that you can check and if you gave more info on what you've tried already; it would help. Just posting what you have with no real description doesn't help anyone.