@luz Thanks that is a perfect response, please do keep me updated !
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Edit: for reference, see here,
@Miguel-Wisintainer That sounds like an issue with the library, not the omega. Why don't you modify an existing standalone library for the device then?
Is there a way to make this more visible to Onion team ? I think failing to require net/http is pretty serious problem for device that declares to have ruby support.
Nice! Here's your test program on my Omega at the office:
Yep, @fader has all the right info. If you're using OS X or Linux, I like to use rsync to transfer files back and forth.
If you're on the latest Omega firmware, the /root folder should be preserved. (The changes to the sysupgrade.conf file that @Daniel-Sitnik mentioned were added a little while back)
All works great now! Thanks for the hard work on this.
@Alexander-Pitzer I'm glad you like it :) If there's anything else we can help you with just let us know!
I too have put together a few videos on python programming for the Omega just incase you find them helpful.
I also wrote a simple, simple wrapper for the gpio which was inspired by Omega user 'Dan L'.
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