Also, regarding the kernel issues, the Omega's firmware follows the head of the OpenWRT CC repo, we add customizations on top of it. After the campaign, we'll make it a priority to fix that nagging kernel version issue.
Yeah.. I figured it was being put to the back burner but really this is starting to get very frustrating. Standard packages like tinc are available in OpenWRT and so it really should be relatively trivial to compile against the 'Onion' version of the OpenWRT tree. Hell even just putting that source up as a git hub would be enough for people to be able to build packages against the Onion which fit seamlessly into opkg.
Is there a list of what 'customisations' Onion has done to OpenWRT so maybe we can patch an official build with and build from there?
I'd love to know if there is an easy way to do this also. I thankyou very much for you post as it saved me hours of going down a rabbit hole that I likely don't have the chops to solve. What I'd love though is to be able to create a hardware interface of my own making with the onion connected to something like sampletank and have lots of fun with it. As sample tank has a learn mode the only think it would need to do is send the right signal and it would be very versatile.
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