This final step updates the Omega’s configuration to indicate that the first time setup has been completed. Afterwards, when you navigate to your Omega’s address, you’ll see OnionOS. If you ever feel like going through the Setup Wizard again, run uci set onion.console.setup='0' ; uci commit onion on your Omega’s command line and the Setup Wizard will be back.
Unfortunately I don't have any genuine Onion Omega2 Pro,
I don't use the web based UI (Onion OS or OnionOS - whatever the 'OS' means here ;-)
and I haven't tried the Node-Red package (the Node-Red Graphical Programming interface) yet.
About my second 'Trial and Error' example
The size: 512.0K - That's ok
The used: 196.0K - That's not empty
So something looks off with that partition.
Unfortunately I don't know the jffs2 filesystem too well. (Frankly speaking I don't know it at all ;-)
I guess the "used 196.0K" on this "empty" mtd7 can be some kind of 'system administration area' - eg. for journalling and so.
Please look at the 'Used / Available' figures during the whole process.
It's quite funny interesting - isn't it?
# cp random.txt (100,000 bytes) five times into/mnt/mtdblock7/
# cut from the output of df -h
Filesystem Size Used Available Use% Mounted on
/dev/mtdblock7 512.0K 196.0K 316.0K 38% /mnt/mtdblock7 # empty
/dev/mtdblock7 512.0K 272.0K 240.0K 53% /mnt/mtdblock7 # after cp the first file
/dev/mtdblock7 512.0K 352.0K 160.0K 69% /mnt/mtdblock7 # after cp the second file
/dev/mtdblock7 512.0K 432.0K 80.0K 84% /mnt/mtdblock7 # after cp the third file
/dev/mtdblock7 512.0K 508.0K 4.0K 99% /mnt/mtdblock7 # after cp the fourth file - almost full
cp random.txt /mnt/mtdblock7/random5.txt
cp: write error: No space left on device
/dev/mtdblock7 512.0K 512.0K 0 100% /mnt/mtdblock7 # after cp the fifth file - full
@OSO-Bear my guess would be that you are using dynamic linking and have a version mismatch in your libraries. Try statically linking and if this is successfully take a look at the versions you are compiling and and running against.
Thanks for all the feedback in this thread. Based on all of this info, I've concluded that my project is just not economically feasible given the complexities with providing adequate power to 2 onion devices simultaneously. I was hoping to build some kind of audio/video based home monitoring system (using 2 different onion devices -- one w/ a camera, and the other having a USB speaker attached) .. and so far I've calculated an absurd cost of just under $200.00, -- without any kind of enclosure, or guaranteed reliability. And then I came across this cool little gadget, and gave up entirely: