many times the console installation does not complete successfully or is corrupted. you can try to install the basic console from the command line if you can access a terminal. "opkg install onion-console-base" just be patient and let it run even if it seems to not be installing correctly. for myself i have seen the directory because i ended the install due to thinking it was looping or otherwise not installing right.
OP wants to connect to some Wifi AP (a "router", some solar panel equipment, etc) which doesn't have Internet connection
using the web based Setup Wizard.
2nd step: he will choose that AP's network - set SSID, Security, Password and click Configure Wi-Fi.
Omega's response: Configuring ... and after a while ... Unable to connect to SSID Please try again
Meanwhile APCLI LINK UP, connection established, ifconfig OK, /etc/config/wireless OK although every Please try again attempt appends a record to the file.
It seems this config can be set manually by wifisetup or UCI or editing the /etc/config/wireless file - without problem.
I don't know - is this "reverse" config worse than the usual one (when that solar panel equipment's client connects to Omega's AP) or not?
I should add that neither 'wifisetup list' nor the setup web page that the access point exposes will detect the network, and I don't know how to escape the single quote for either 'wifisetup add' or manually editing /etc/config/wireless.
The slightly odd thing is that I think in my original setup with the kickstarter build, I was able to connect and download the new build using the web page.
We see it scanned the SSID properly and you chose the WiFi-JYB8 ap so to confirm your security on the ap is indeed WPA2?
Is the password correct? CAPS LOCK on by chance? How is the WiFi setup? There could be so many things here that could be wrong but until you've ruled out the ones that you have control over; we can't help on the things you don't.
I have also seen, not on the Omega2's, where a 5ghz N Channel will get picked up by a scan but the 2.4ghz radio won't connect to it. It depends if the channel for 5ghz is locked or will downgrade for a 2.4ghz connection.
Again, many things that you can check and if you gave more info on what you've tried already; it would help. Just posting what you have with no real description doesn't help anyone.
My similar problem turned out to be firmware version and config files. Updated to b160 and edited config files as specified here https://community.onion.io/post/13754 and it finally connected to my router for the first time since I got the board in February.
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