went down again, I put it back up.
gonna migrate to ensure this doesn't happen again!
sorry for the inconvenience!
To clear up any confusion:
The old Mini Dock will power the Omega2/Omega2+ but will not operate properly for serial communication. This is due to the original Omega's logical high voltage being 2.5V and the voltage divider designed into the USB-to-Serial circuit.
The new Mini Dock will 100% work with the original Omega, Omega2, and Omega2+
Ok, b160 fixes the missing
/dev/mem device so fast-gpio will now work correctly!.
Also, we're now building the firmware with POSIX Messaging Queues enabled!
The issue was that our kernel config was setup to enable DEVMEM and DEV_KMEM, but for some reason the regular buildroot config had that disabled.
We're getting a better handle on the remaining shipments and the customer support backlog so we'll be spending more time actually making the Omega better in March. We hear what you guys are saying in terms of the community working the make the firmware better, so we will be open sourcing the firmware sometime in March as well
Thank you all for your continued patience and support for a young company
We've actually had our co-op do some work on temperature sensors and the Onion Cloud! Check out temperature.onion.io, you can even add your own device to the dashboard!
The full project is available on Github: https://github.com/OnionIoT/Onion-Sensor-Server
Can be quickly changed and extended for other data types, we'll be putting together a more detailed write-up soon!
@Don-DeGregori they should all work, I've personally tested with 18 & 19 and had no issues!
As @Robert-Wenzel mentioned, b151 fixes the one-wire issue
Here's a new article on using One-Wire with the Omega2: https://docs.onion.io/omega2-docs/communicating-with-1w-devices.html