@Claude-Robitaille I have no idea what the script does as I stopped using it ages ago. I prefer to use uci :
uci set system.@system.timezone='AEST-10AEDT,M10.1.0,M4.1.0/3'
uci commit system
This sets the timezone of GMT+10 (Sydney AEST)
@Douglas-Kryder every time you click on their spam you encourage them, so best to ignore them.
It looks like it is set to target-mipsel_24kc_musl-1.1.16 which won't exist so your include of ugpio/ugpio.h will not resolve.
@James-Solderitsch the reset button on the pro works the same as the reset on the dock. Hold down the reset while switching on, make sure you have the usb cable connected so you can connect to the serial console.
If you are recovering from a USB stick, make sure you have correctly named the firmware file or it won't be found. If all else fails the web recovery option seems to be the best as a last resort, but you will need an ethernet expansion.
I trashed 8 Omega2 pro in a row while building some custom firmware, if you follow these points you can fix them.
@Suman-kumar-Jha My sense is you are quite inexperienced in this field so I will give you advice and some guidance.
If you always ask someone else to give you a solution, then you might solve your problem more quickly but you'll always have a lot of problems. If you ask for guidance on how to come to a solution then your solution will be arrived at with a whole lot of learning along the way.
When an interface comes up or goes down, this hotplug script is executed:
Spend some time reading up on the hotplug infrastructure and you can find your solution. It's just a scripting system that is triggered whenever an interface (or other device) comes up of goes down (or other relevant action). So think of it as a see-saw, if if1 comes up, execute if2 down, if if2 comes up execute if1 down.
Don't be daunted by the fact that someone more experienced wrote the exiting script, it was designed to be generic. You need something a bit different, so just write it.
@Suman-kumar-Jha As with any issue it is best to break it down into small parts:
Step 1, if you disable wifi, does the ethernet device reliably connect, remain connected and function correctly.
Step 2) if you enable wifi does this have an impact upon the functionalty of the ethernet.
Depending on the answer to these two questions you will decide how best to proceed.
a) I have no idea but it has a nice colour.
b) Take a look at these articles they explain how to use PWM
c) Take a look at /etc/rc.button you will see some scripts that demonstrate how you use the button.
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