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It wasn't till i consoled in on the ttyS0 pins, and monitored the boot process before figured the issue out.
The SDcard was partitioned and restored from from a backup on a Linux machine. For some reason uboot was misreading the size of SD overlay partition when booting. Wiping and reformatting the partition [with the omega2+], and rebuilding the SD /overlay partition from scratch, seems to have fixed the boot problem.
@Johann-Cunningham All the original documentation can be found here:
Since the device is quite old not many still use it so I would troubleshoot the device as I would any *nix device. If you follow the Getting Started Guide on how to connect to the console, then take a look at your network setup (ifconfig), do you have a valid IP, netmask? Can you ping your router? If yes to all of these, then can you ping 184.108.40.206, if yes then your DNS may not be configured, in which case you should check your /etc/resolv.conf for a valid DNS (nameserver) entry.
@Nate i just gave up and got a usb to serial converter and i use serial communication , no lag . but the omega needs to be connected to my pc at all times , well at least i can prototype with out headache .
i will look into the antenna thing . thanks for the info
@TypeSeven It's always better to start a new thread instead of a necroposting.
kmod-usb-serial-option is part of a standard Omega firmware, I checked the latest 0.3.2 b232.
If you have the build system installed you can build kmod-usb-net-cdc-mbim and then load the package, the version you are download from OpenWrt repos has been built with a kernel version dependency.
@fpigliacelli lsmod command will list the installed modules. Please be more specific about your issue, "wireguard as a client doesn't work" could mean anything. Is your computer turned on? How are you trying to run the client? What are you trying to connect to? What is the output of any command? What messages do you have in the logs?
It's hard to know how to help without sufficient information.
@haythem The problem when you are trying to debug for hours is that you end up not seeing what you need to, and only seeing what you don't need to. So I am trying to help you work logically through the issues so they can be resolved. I've worked on hundreds of Omega2 so please follow what I ask you to do, provide the information I ask for and then I expect everything will be resolved.
Let's start from scratch. Take a breath, forget what you think you know and just step through things as I asked.
How did you perform a factory reset without a dock?
I suspect your console issue is the handshaking, so please post the putty connect screen (as I asked) so I can take a look at it.
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