Hello everyone :)!
I have a question regarding the Omega 2S... Is there any possibility that a USB-VGA converter (see image) can work?
What about PCI, is it possible to connect a video card to that PCI?!
@Keitaro UPDATE: That's the problem: http://community.onion.io/topic/2194/gpio-interrupts-omega2
Hi everyone and @administrators
I was digging and searching for all the posts in this forum about how to enable interruptions in Omega2 GPIOs, however, after much reading and understanding how the Omega2 SDK works, among other things, I was able to understand how to enable interruptions in Omega2, thanks to @Kit-Bishop because without his post this would have been almost impossible not to say impossible.
I have managed to modify the code of @Kit-Bishop to be able to read and write in the GPIOs of the Omega2, with this also enable PWM and PULSE, the only thing missing are the interruptions, however, for this it is necessary the module "kmod-gpio-irq" which @luz has already modified to work on the Omega2 (https://github.com/OnionIoT/gpio-irq/pull/1), however, this module is not available in the official Omega2 packages, so it can not be installed using "opkg".
I tried to compile it on my own using the Omega2 SDK following the cross-compilation tutorial (https://docs.onion.io/omega2-docs/cross-compiling.html), then install it using opkg, however it reaches a dead end, because when I compiled it with that SDK the kernel using corresponds to version 4.4.71 , however, the version running the Omega2 is 4.4.46 (as you can see in the image attached) so it can not be installed because of the incompatibility.
I could try to use kernel 4.4.46 and compile it, however, because of the importance of this module (the interruptions are VERY important) I think it is more feasible to ask the @administrators to add it to the official packages.
So, @administrators, could you add the package please? This was already done for Omega1 but not for Omega2.
Thank you very much!!
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