AFAIK none of the cheap USB2Serial devices is able to transfer 9bit. You can emulate it with mark/space parity but it takes a lot of time switching between the modes and hurts badly the effective transfer rate.
Any visible wifi network is bound to get attacks and WPA/2 crack attacks, which is an attack vector into your home or office network. Especially since OpenWRT is set up by default as an access point, which forwards traffic to the wwan network, i.e. your main network.
I've set up firewall rules for the VLAN my iot devices are on, but still, less than optimal.
Would you rather have an extra door or a solid wall in your bank vault?
ok, this is wired, but it worked!
bonjour from apple site (standalone installation) didnt helped.
but bonjour from itunes (extracted like @György-Farkas did) worked.
Have no idea why, might be the version.
Thanks to all!
@Matt-Gessner-0 while it is technically possible to do some development on the omega, it is quite impractical. You will quickly run out of capacity and patience and you'll end up using a more suitable build environment. Save youself the time and heartache. Take a look at the cross compiling docs it is easy to set up a build environment and use the better resources of a proper development platform
Just came here to see if anyone else was running our of room on the omega2 just by putting python-light on it and getting bumped when trying to add pip... I also tried python-base but needed to add to many dependencies for my application and even tried the setup.py from the package but it also required too many dependent packages so that also fell over and due to space required for other dependencies argh! I think the omega2 will find its useful place in the trash can tbh.
omega2+ however so far works well because of the extra space.