@Lazar-Demin Hi thanks for responding I tried 2 days ago send the data following the steeps in the link, but he doesn't use the CA certificate. At momment that I clic in the option "download" the CA certificate in this link https://docs.aws.amazon.com/iot/latest/developerguide/create-device-certificate.html. Sends to this page. https://docs.aws.amazon.com/iot/latest/developerguide/server-authentication.html#server-authentication-certs
In this page. I use the Amazon Root A1, but I don't know if it's correct to use.
@György-Farkas Thank you so much. You really save alot of my time. I found UART2 on this pins and some other GPIOs.
If you don't mind, I will share updated file, then @J-Tech can update it in his version. I din't check rest of pins. I found what I need and now I can use uart2 and for example second ethernet port :).
here is another projects link with omega.
here is the gerber files for omega2 development board.
I remember that i have shared this project on pcbway but i couldn't find it.
if i find i will add post here.
Added DXF measurement files for the Omega2 Pro, Omega2 LTE, and Omega2 Dash to their respective repos:
You can get super precise measurements from these files. Onshape is a decent, free online service you can use to view the files.
The news is true, Onion is discontinuing the following products:
Relay Expansion (SKU: OM-E-RLY)
GPS Expansion (SKU: OM-UE-GPS)
Bluetooth Expansion (SKU: OM-UE-BLE)
Omega2 Collector’s Kit (SKU: OM-K-COL)
They will continue to be sold on the Onion store and by other retailers until inventory runs out.
Blog post here: https://onion.io/discontinuing-3-expansion-and-a-kit/
If you're experiencing this same issue in 2020, read on:
This kernel panic issue was caused by the WiFi driver used in firmware versions 0.1.x
Upgrading the Omega's firmware will resolve this issue.
All firmware released March 2018 and later (version 0.2.0 and up) use a completely overhauled and much more stable wifi driver.
Use the bootloader and web recovery mode to install the latest firmware. See this guide for more details: http://docs.onion.io/omega2-docs/Firmware-Flashing-Web-Recovery.html
@Luis-Chalán it seems you don't have portaudio installed which is a dependency for pyaudio. It looks like you are using a OSX so try brew install portaudio. Also check you have the latest version of portaudio code using pip.
All the library files will be in:
They are named libonionxxx
and the includes are in:
@Pablo-Oyarzo There is protobuf and libprotobuf-c, I've started using libprotobuf-c recently but not much experience so far.
To install edit /etc/opkg/distfeeds.conf uncomment line 5, run opkg update then you cna run
opkg install protobuf
opkg install libprotobuf-c
Limited documentation is available on openwrt.org but since it pulls the code from Google's opensource github account you can find the docs there: https://github.com/protocolbuffers/protobuf