Since when is trying to improve a Beta version of something, 'bitching'??
Of course it is a good thing to improve a beta version. Just in this case of the Onion project it is also a waist of time to do so.
In a good working Open-source community you get access to the full source code and the Project owner generally work hard with the community together.
The forum here is basically community driven and the majority wants to help quickly not loosing a lot of time. That's why you got the advice to solve problem in Terminal.
did you get a try on the chrome browser? Or better if you are a Opera Fan you could try vivaldi.
I have been using Opera and Vivaldi in connecting with the Omega2, as I stated after your inquiry as to the Version number I have the issue with.
I am not a Developer so I am unable to contribute code to this project, but thought I could help be either posting issues, (and I did search for this before hand) or confirming them.
This section is for feedback and I don't think I should be heckler for posting actual Feedback in here. It's also hard to tell who is official and who isn't, but Brad doesn't seem to be very professional one way or the other.
I posted this over a month ago and actually forgot about it until the follow-up 2 days ago, nothing quick happened here.
@Flint-Olsen, yeah, it will work every time for a given login setup. I meant that it would be very difficult to design an universal script that will be able to login to all the login screens out there.
Yes, you should be able to send POST request via curl. You will need to go into the HTML file of the setup screen to see what kind of information is passed to the router via the POST request. Then all you will need to do is to simulate that request, and you should be able to log in.