Can't install Google Assistant gRPC library for Python - maybe it would be the right title of your post.
BTW what do you think about this:
Google Assistant library for Python
The Google Assistant library for Python is a turnkey solution for anyone who wants to quickly integrate the Assistant into a prototype device. The library is written in Python and is supported on devices with linux-armv7l and linux-x86_64 architectures (like the Raspberry Pi 3 B and Ubuntu desktops).
According to your post it is possible to install the home automation software Domoticz on the Omega2 by getting access to the genuine LEDE repos. I altered the /etc/opkg/distfeeds.conf accordingly, rebooted and updated OPKG. Packages were downloaded. But after the install command, I get the message Unknown package 'domoticz". I searched this community and the internet for solutions, but found nothing. Could it be that the Domoticz package is removed from the LEDE repo? Is there any way you can help me out?
BTW, this class of USB-video capture dongle simply performs NTSC (or PAL) to
720x480 4:2:2 decoding, then streams via
USB 2.0 high-speed (480Mpbs) isochronous transfer mode to the receiving side (a PC.)
Very often a low end PC cannot handle it.
Omega2 simply cannot handle this type of load. Period.
@Victor-Tagayun I don't know specific guides, this is more about experience with the services and reading man pages.
Notice that you want to embrace a lot right now, you may desperate in some point. Hang on there.
Remove console: The default web pages the Omega2 comes with are stored in some .../www directory, and the web server will have some info about the webpage to serve. All that may come in the docs, find them (you may encounter them while setting your own web) and then delete them, because if they are still up, someone from the internet could attack your Omega2 through the onion console.
SSH no root login: ssh service must have a configuration file, for example in /etc/ssh.conf (I don't know if that is the file). Inside it, many parameters for the service, like the port to listen to, the possibility to login with name and password, if that login can be the user root, etc. The idea is that nobody can access as root from the internet, neither you, use serial to act as root. Also the web service shouldn't run as root, that's why you add another user, for example omega, with less privileges.
Search google topic by topic, "ssh non root login", "linux add new user", "web service firewall recommended configuration", etc.