Yes, I've already started looking at webcams (on Amazon), and definitely found a few that have built in microphones. I was just hoping to hear from someone who can confirm that they've already tried it and that it does in fact work.
What about connecting 2 different USB devices to the Onion (ie: a webcam + audio device)? Does anyone here know of some kind of USB splitter or hub that doesn't require an external power source?
I've just helped one of my friends to install a part of 'iTunes' on a DELL N5010 notebook (Windows 10 Home x64).
We downloaded the 'iTunes64Setup.exe' installer - unpacked it with Total Commander 7.55a - and installed only the 'Bonjour64.msi' file successfully.
Windows 10 PC - PuTTY - Connection type: SSH - Host Name firstname.lastname@example.org or root@Omega-XXXX.local (not case sensitive) - it's an Omega2+ FW 0.2.0 b194.
(It seems Bonjour64 works perfectly although I rarely use MS Windows.)
Yes .. I've already googled it.
All that comes up are instructions on how to do it on Unbuntu. It seems that the process might be entirely different (or impossible) on OpenWRT .. as the file(s) I'm supposed to modify don't exist anywhere on the system. That's why I'm here.
@Yvan-Gagnon I've mentioned this a couple times in response to other posts and do not remember if one of those posts was yours, if so, I apologize for bringing it up again, but, it is possible to gain access to all the pins by using a female header with long pins. just insert the female header into each header of the mini dock and then insert [carefully] the omega2+ into the long pin female headers. this will leave all pins exposed that you can then use various methods to attach wires from your project to the appropriate pins. granted it is a "garage style" method and care must be taken to not damage the long pin headers, however it worked for any project i saw hooked up this way at a local hackerspace.
I apologize for the misunderstanding. I wasn't really lamenting -- I was just explaining my current limitations and trying to figure out how to just leverage my current PHP configuration (which appears to also be pretty limited, I'm discovering) .. so I can somehow communicate with the Onion from outside of my local network. As it stands right now, it looks like I might need to have certain PHP extensions installed (such as the imap extension for php7) .. but that they might not exist for the particular Linux distro that's installed on the Omega. So far I've tried all of the following ... but none of them have worked.