I have the same issue and I'm currently making a new topic for it (Lazar asked me to do this after I first posted to the ticketing system).
A friend and I managed to hack into the omega by interupting the boot sequence an replacing init with sh. Then we were able to see the crypted password, wich in turn googled to the string '5up'. This seems to be the OpenWRT standard root password.
So try to log in with: root & 5up
@Theodore-Borromeo You won't need to email us manually to be assigned a secret token. Once we've released the cloud integration, you will be able to log into a page on our website where you can manage and generate new secret tokens.
Hope this answers your question
@Shamsul-Tehahmad The Omega has only 1 set of UART port and it is reserved for the Linux terminal. Your best option right now is to use a 3.3V USB to Serial adapter an plug it in to the USB port on the Expansion or Mini Dock.
@Sawyer-McBride Yup, it will be released fortnightly. We are actually constantly making changes to the Console. We just want to first get into the habit of releasing Console updates regularly, and then we can adjust the frequency of the updates to suit the community
Hi @Brian-Moreau, the Omega itself does not have an on-board ADC, so if you want to use it to read analog sensor data, you will need the Arduino Dock. It does have PWM output, and as @Kit Bishop pointed out, you can use fast-gpio to control the PWM output. More information about the fast-gpio library/command can be found here: https://onion.freshdesk.com/support/solutions/articles/6000069970-can-i-do-pwm-with-the-expansion-dock-.
Good job! I'm planning on using my relay expansion for a Remote Power Strip test this will be useful!!
Of course I need my battery expansion first! But it'll get here when it gets here, can't wait!
I've decided to make a new reply.
Minutes ago I've tested to connect my Omega and my T520 without limitations to the 802.11b/g/n. What shall I say? It just works fine for both devices, so there seems to be some problem with my router at home.
Therefor I'd say that this problem is solved.
Thanks to everybody who helped me!
@ Kit Bishop said:
you shouldn't use Firefox - it doesn't handle the response properly. I had to use Chrome or Microsoft Edge
I was just add that Opera too seems to work ok.
Support for Firefox and Safari will be added starting from next console release. Stay tuned
In connection to this, I am using my Omega with an Arduino shield (primarily because I have quite a bit invested in Arduino shields).
Among the shields I have is the Adafruit PowerBost 500 shield (https://www.adafruit.com/products/2078) with a 2000mAh lithium ion battery.
When plugged in to the Omega Arduino shield, this powers the Omega fine.