wifi is not booting i can not log in it's stuck at the screen that i posted
Again, until you solve the serial noise you are just wasting everyone's time - especially your own.
Without clean output you cannot determine what the actual stopping state is. The only clean output you posted was from a different device, not the problem device, so it is meaningless. Don't assume that power and serial solutions that work on one will work on the other, as you are in the domain of edge cases.
Without clean input you can't even know if there is an actual problem, or if noise inputs are being interpreted as a user request to halt the bootup and remain in u-boot.
rpc.nfsd: Unable to access /proc/fs/nfsd errno 2 (No such file or directory).
Please try, as root, 'mount -t nfsd nfsd /proc/fs/nfsd' and then restart rpc.nfsd to correct the problem
satisfy_dependencies_for: Cannot satisfy the following dependencies for nfs-kernel-server:
kmod-fs-nfsd * kmod-fs-nfs *
opkg_install_cmd: Cannot install package nfs-kernel-server.
root@Omega-8D69:~# uname -a
Linux Omega-8D69 4.4.46 #0 Thu Feb 2 23:46:03 2017 mips GNU/Linux
Hi to all. A had the same problem, but change the router password and set only alpha numeric password (without expecual characters) and the connection work. I don't know how but I expend a Lot of time trying to connect. i made a lot of test on the router (CISCO Linksys Smart WIFI EA2700) change bandwidth, wifi type, channels and does'nt work. The last test was change the password and works.
Thanks all, I went through the process again and now it's saving the console and other files.
I think the problem may have been in my patience. When installing, I would restart it if there was a really long period of no feedback. I let it work longer this time during all the steps and saw it continue doing more stuff. It might be that I just couldn't expect it to work as fast as I thought.
I wouldnt want to use anything that has to do with health care that runs linux, because stuff from the background can interrupt it.
you really should look into Microcontrollers, not microprocessors for such kind of task. Maaaaannnyyy Low power bluetooth devices run the nrf51822, and you also should take a look at it (maybe pair up with an electronics engineer student?)
And no, its definatly not compact enough to be worn on a wrist, let alone the battery you would need to have to run it for half a day or so
@Gary-Saini It is possible to use other IDE's.
For example, I use Netbeans IDE running under Kubuntu.
For compiling C/C++ it is necessary to install the cross compilation environment and setup Netbeans to reference the environment. The resulting built binary file can then be transferred to the Omega (using e.g. scp) and run from there. While it is also possible to set up Netbeans to also transfer the binary automatically to the Omega.
Netbeans projects can be used to either use the standard C/C++ build methods or to use a specific hand crafted Makefile - I generally use the Makefile method (it is a bit easier to set up and I have a template Makefile that I tailor to any specific project). I have done this to build standalone programs and both static and dynamic libraries.
I have also used Netbeans to build Java programs (for running on the Omega under jamvm).