@Jakofff-Parker sorry for the 2 month delay, must have missed a notification here!
The answer is yes.
The p44-ledchain module does not depend on many kernel internals, the only subsystem it actually uses is hrtimer (high resolution timers), so it should run on any not really ancient kernel version.
On the other hand, it strictly limited to the MT7688 SoC, as it directly uses the PWM hardware without any abstraction. So it's good for Omega2/2S, LinkItSmart and possibly HLK7688.
@Lazar-Demin that should be fixed in the Omega2 bootloader. Only Phy0 is usable in the Omega2, so it makes no sense to enable Phy1..4 at all. With the Omega2S, the other Phys can be used but still I think the bootloader should only enable the port it actually uses (Phy0) and leave the others in GPIO mode.
@Alexander-Pitzer A docker image would be most convenient! But that's something the community could do, once the .config is known (plus maybe some stuff for /files).
Figuring out the right .config by reverse engineering however would be really tedious and completely redundant work, because that .config already does exist - only it's not available! So I still hope Onion will decide to publish it! Any chances for that, @Lazar-Demin?
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