Console Settings App missing?



  • I set up my Omega2 board yesterday, with the latest/stable firmware, latest OnionOS - however, I don't see the Settings App shown the user guide and there is no info on how to install it.

    https://docs.onion.io/omega2-docs/using-the-omega-installing-the-console.html

    Is the settings app deprecated? If not, how can I manually install it?

    Thanks



  • @Dan-E said in Console Settings App missing?:

    I set up my Omega2 board yesterday, with the latest/stable firmware, latest OnionOS - however, I don't see the Settings App shown ...

    So you should see on the CLI:
    onion os version

    === Version Info ===
    Omega firmware: v0.2.2 b201
    onion-os - 1.0.5-1

    Go back to the OnionOS > click App Manager > click 'Legacy Console' Install (probably it will take some time ) >
    it should change 'Legacy Console' Remove > close App Manager.
    Click Legacy Console (if you get App should be opened in a new Tab then click Open External App).

    Hope this helps.

    BTW now you should see on CLI:
    onion os version

    === Version Info ===
    Omega firmware: v0.2.2 b201
    onion-os - 1.0.5-1
    = OnionOS Apps =
    oos-app-legacy-console - 0.1.4-1


    You might be interested to know this beautiful OnionOS sends all data (Username and Password inclusive) under http protocol instead of https... (because the maximum security of any Omega device is the principal goal for @Onion Corp. ;-)

    Moral: The more secure CLI always works.



  • Thanks @György-Farkas; it worked! :)

    Re: http - I noticed that. I wonder if Onion Corp has a documented work-around to turn on SSL.

    PS: This is what I have; can't even force v0.2.2 b201 to install (with oupgrade -f)
    === Version Info ===
    Omega firmware: v0.2.2 b200
    onion-os - 1.0.5-1
    = OnionOS Apps =
    oos-app-legacy-console - 0.1.4-1



  • @Dan-E Try to use oupgrade -l -f instead.



  • @György-Farkas said in Console Settings App missing?:

    @Dan-E Try to use oupgrade -l -f instead.

    Thanks; all set.



  • I have the same issue. I tried adding the legacy console, but it does not show up as shown below.

    root@Omega-1985:~# onion os version
    === Version Info ===
    Omega firmware: v0.2.2 b200
    onion-os - 1.0.5-1
    = OnionOS Apps =
    oos-app-code-editor - 1.0.1-2
    root@Omega-1985:~#

    Also, how do you set oupgrade -l -f

    Thanks,



  • @Howard-Edidin You were able to use the onion os version command.
    You should use the oupgrade -l -f command similarly - on the command line.

    You do not have Internet connection if you get this error message:

    root@Omega-1985:/# oupgrade -l -f
    > Device Firmware Version: 0.2.2 b200
    > Checking latest version online...
    url: https://api.onioniot.com/firmware/omega2p/latest
    Failed to parse message data
    > ERROR: Could not connect to Onion Firmware Server
    

    I tried adding the legacy console, but it does not show up...
    Also, how do you set oupgrade -l -f

    Do you have some live Internet connection?


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