@Pavils-Jurjans Ok, finally, got this working! The missing data problem was solved by changing the frequency to 200KHz. Apparently, the hardware SPI gets unreliable with low frequencies. Now I wonder what is the maximum frequency, as I tried 3.2MHz and it still works (For my 300 pixel APA102 RGB LED strip, I measure about 200 updates per second).
@luz Thank you, I finally solved this! Ordered bunch of 74HC125D chips, there are four gates per chip. I pass through the gate only the CLK line, assuming that any MOSI traffic will be ignored by the strip when there is no CLK. So far so good, it seems that both flash memory (device 0), and LED strip are working just fine.
Node-RED is a software tool developed by IBM for wiring together hardware devices, APIs and online services as part of the Internet of Things.
Implemented the "INIT" command in my Omega-Arduino serial protocol. Before receiving "INIT" command, Arduino swallows up anythin that is thrown at it, and does not return anything back. Only after the "INIT" command it starts to accept other commands and return responses.
I changed the /etc/inittab file, commenting out the line that makes openwrt await a login on the console:
Edited the /etc/sysctl.conf file, adding a row at start, to prevent the kernel from writing any messages to the console:
kernel.printk = 0 4 1 7
Steven I am a bit confused on how to install your cross compiled port. Do I have to rebuild it on the Onion for it to work? The files are quite large and I would need an SD card. Is there a way to copy the node rather than building it? Let me know what I am doing wrong.
Busy box normaly comes with a httpd server too. Just for the Onion/OpenWRT they took a slimmer version. Check out if you can substitute your version of busybox and if you can run the rest of it together.
@Pavils-Jurjans I apologize for causing the embarrassment. Unfortunately wifisaint doesn't have any logs right now. However it does output dmesg when it encounters errors. Can you describe what you were doing?
Our new wifi setup tool will be released soon, and hopefully it will eliminate all of these issues.