@Kit-Bishop You're right, that table on that link you posted pins 19 appear identical on both omega and omega2.
Therefore the discrepancy must be just on the expansion headers that the docks include?
Hopefully you get yours soon since I'm just hitting roadblock after roadblock. I dont have any breadboards that are the correct size for the omega2 so that end up going nowhere unless I buy and wait for the breadboard dock.
I did some digging around and when running the command
opkg install arduino-dock I picked up the url, http://repo.onion.io/omega2/packages/onion/ on that page are some references to arduino-dock-2.
So i tried pulling some of those files down and seeing if I saw anything useful, but it's still all pretty new to me so i got no where. Can those pin numbers just be changed to use a different pin on the ArDock2 that isn't a ground pin?
Also quite a longshot, but I though that maybe there was a chance that the onion peeps may have hidden the ability to just flash the bootloader, so I
opkg install arduino-dock-2 and tried the
flash bootloader script, and pretty much errorred out saying:
Can't export GPIO 19, already exported/busy?: Invalid argument
Anyways, I'm still tinkering away, hoping i don't brick something lol.
Happy New Years