There is a script to back up the entire mtd on :
I haven't used it because I see little or no use in saving the other partitions..as they will change with every firmware update
Point 2 = The terminal app is a third party app. You have to look and complain there about bugs.
Point 5 = true, as workaround use the black bullet on the right to increase the input space, submit in between and edit your request.
Point 9 = what type of memory card do you use? ... If it is a old one try a newer one but be aware of missing drivers!
@Don-DeGregori said in Can't open Console Terminal:
I am using Chrome. Saw this in documentation.
Check out the manual install of aplication:
@Tobias-Malm140 As far as I understand, the Vout pin is not a general power output, but specifically meant to power the ethernet transformers. It is switched on by the system only when the ethernet port has to be active, and is off otherwise to save power.
On the Omega expansion dock schematics, this signal is accordingly named NET_POW.
You can see how it is used in the ethernet expansion shield schematics.
As we don't have the schematics of the Omega2 yet, I can't be sure - but from the datasheet of the MT7688 I would assume that Vout is connected to pin AVDD33_TX_P0.
So not seeing any voltage present on Vout is not necessarily a sign of the Omega not working, but just that it has not (yet) switched on the ethernet.
The case of @ccs-hello seems different, it appears his Omega2 actually has a part missing, so Vout is not connected physically to anything. Most likely, a ethernet expansion would not work correctly with his Omega2.
@Boken-Lin said in How to get in private beta of Onion App Store?:
@JC-Ko We are actually going to be releasing the App Store in the coming weeks.
Is anything happening with this? It seems nothing has been implemented on this front? Please advise.
For a detection of the problem, maybe you can create a script that tests for the existence of a specific file on your USB fs, and reboot the Omega if need be. This script can run on a regular basis using cron.
I'm not familiar with OpenWRT, but maybe there's a less drastic solution like unmount and remount the USB fs instead of rebooting? Is this something that you tried in your investigation about this problem?
I forgot to mention that I've already set kernel.core_pattern in /etc/sysctl.conf, however, attempting to change the core file size limit as follows,
ulimit -S -c unlimited
results in "ulimit: core file size: cannot modify limit: Invalid argument". The current value is set to 0 (zero), which means no core file.
I've tried various other arguments to no avail.
Type in "logread"
You will probably see a message like this:
mmc0: new high speed SDHC card at address 59b4
mmcblk: probe of mmc0:59b4 failed with error -28
The firmware doesn't work (yet) with SD cards.
This thread should be merged with https://community.onion.io/topic/1083/omega2-plus-sdcard-not-working