This is indeed mentioned in the docs:
Posts made by Lazar Demin
RE: Making ethernet as primary connectivity
@Suman-kumar-Jha This thread on the OpenWRT forums seems to cover this same topic - setting the ethernet interface as the default route:
Try it out and let us know how it goes
RE: i2c Read Segmentation Fault
readValue needs to be passed as a reference, since the contents will be modified by the i2c_read function. That's likely causing the segmentation fault.
Or change readValue to a point and allocate two bytes before passing it to i2c_read
See the documentation for the i2c_read function for more details: http://docs.onion.io/omega2-docs/i2c-c-library.html#i2c-c-read-multiple-bytes
RE: Omega2 LTE just launched!
Correct, EC25-A modem for the North American model.
The Global model uses the Quectel EG25-G modem.
Images in Repo
Fixed! The images are now in the repo.
Wireless Carrier Support
To see which bands are supported by the two different models, check out the chart here:
It looks like gpsd has been ported to OpenWRT:
You'll probably have to enable the OpenWRT repos on your Omega2 LTE to install it.
See the guide in our documentation: http://docs.onion.io/omega2-docs/using-opkg.html#using-opkg-switch-to-lede-repos
GNSS with No LTE
Yes, it is possible to have the GNSS receiver and the LTE connection disabled. Just note that the modem will still likely fire up the LTE modem to use cell towers to assist in geo-location.
RE: Python3 modules for GPIO and Serial Port.
pyOnionGpio was written as a quick and dirty wrapper for the sysfs gpio interface. I wouldn't recommend using it for anything other than a hello world.
There are other (likely better) sysfs gpio libraries available for Python3:
Let us know how it goes!
RE: Request for improvement on driver for ttyS_ (or help to do it myself)
@JP-Norair What does your hardware setup look like? Is using a USB-to-Serial chip with the Omega an option?