@Zheng-Tean i was thinking of placing the omega2 in the breadboard adapter and use wires to link all pins except the 2 i2c pins to the arduino dock. never got around to trying it or even if the idea is so stupid it's a waste of time.
I succed to put the exec and read permissions for files and folders with the line option in fstab
"option options 'rw,sync,uid=65534,gid=65534,umask=0000'"
but it's impossible to put write permissions make import the umask.
I use nobody user's and nothing changes.
FRDM KL-25Z is an awesome little board based on the MBED platform. And then, old school, home-brewed 8031/51 based boards, which, because of the ease with which you can access every part of the hardware, still kicks arse for some applications because there is no OS that gets in the way.
I also printed the Omega case by ElmoC. It is a great case, although there doesn't seem to be consideration for the MicroSD card. A small amount of fettling was required to make it all fit. I removed the small pillar between the microUSB and fullUSB ports and all is great.
In order to hold the 2 halves together, I clamped them together and then painted the side clips with acetone. Once dried it all stays together really well, If I want to remove the Omega2 from the case then it is easy enough to break the tabs off and then reprint. I am using mine for OctoPrint, I intend adding a camera from a laptop.
I will post a picture of my case later today.
@Joris-Mulliez I agree that PHP is of no use here, however I have plans to take this further, and wanted to start with the PHP base to work into. I am taking small steps into this whole new computing world for me. Yes, I could have just had the Python write out to "index.htm" and left it there, however what I am now doing is even beyond that. I want the initial page to allow for the selection of ZIP, City, PWS, Lat/Long and to set the refresh rate. This is only a backbone to grow from.
I use Zabbix for a lot of management purposes, and it has a discovery mode that you can customize. I used discovery in a large ISP environment to scan for new customer nodes coming online, scan the nodes for correct configuration, send alerts to techs when incorrectly configured systems or rogues were found, etc... The quality of the ISP's network went way up when we started detecting configuration issues BEFORE they caused problems.
The only downside is this is a rather application-specific service, so you have a challenge to make it application neutral. that probably means covering the basic common system settings, and making a API that is easy to integrate into the user's application. Being that these devices are great for swarm applications, your idea has a lot of merit. What would be better than a self-configuring swarm?
But I ageree this should be a generic Linux app, just keep it light weight so it works as well on small systems as large ones.
There are a lot of tools to look at that solve needs like this out there, in configuration management and system monitoring, so get some exposure to what others have done, might give you some good ideas.
rpc.nfsd: Unable to access /proc/fs/nfsd errno 2 (No such file or directory).
Please try, as root, 'mount -t nfsd nfsd /proc/fs/nfsd' and then restart rpc.nfsd to correct the problem
satisfy_dependencies_for: Cannot satisfy the following dependencies for nfs-kernel-server:
kmod-fs-nfsd * kmod-fs-nfs *
opkg_install_cmd: Cannot install package nfs-kernel-server.
root@Omega-8D69:~# uname -a
Linux Omega-8D69 4.4.46 #0 Thu Feb 2 23:46:03 2017 mips GNU/Linux