@Lazar-Demin I've made an unforgettable error (a "medical malpractice" ;).
I've disconnected the USB-to-Serial module but forgot to remove the wires from TX0 and RX0.
The forgotten ~20 cm / ~8" long wire on RX0 operated as a perfect antenna.
I really do apologise, didn't meant to cause a disturbance in the Force. ;-)
Awesome tutorial and really cool idea! I am running into an issue though and thought maybe you would know how to help me out since you just did this. When I go to initialize my postgres db, it gives me this error:
fixing permissions on existing directory /root/pgdata ... initdb: could not change permissions of directory
"/root/pgdata": Operation not permitted
pg_ctl: database system initialization failed
I followed your instructions and did the chmod 777 /root/pgdata before initializing and it doesn't seem to be working. Does this make sense to you?
I have not found how to disable it so I try to compile firmware but after reflashing i have some errors and Omega not booting.
So i'm still searching how to disable it without compiling.
Is any way how to change booting process where i can disable failsafe mode?
I have found that booting process is saved in read-only partition squashfs and i don't know if is possible to change something there.
I would like to use Onion Omega 2 for commercial use and i need to disable access to file system. Problem is that via failsafe mode and mount_root anybody can read and edit any content in device without password.