Should be possible with sysupgrade command...
It's described in the cross compile tutorial.
If you wish the system to try to preserve modified files in /etc directory, where most of the configuration is kept, add the -c flag:
sysupgrade -c openwrt-ar71xx-generic-onion-omega-squashfs-factory.bin
If you wish to overwrite all configuration changes and restore the original image setting, add the -n flag:
sysupgrade -n openwrt-ar71xx-generic-onion-omega-squashfs-factory.bin
@Daniel-Wright The way that I learnt Python was by reading this book: http://learnpythonthehardway.org. It's an intimidating title, but it's not as hard as you might think, and it does a great job of building up some good habits when you are writing code in Python.
Hope it helps!
Hi @Rudy-Trujillo, that's something we are working on. The community site will have the same theme as the rest of our pages. Once the new theme is back up, you should be able to navigate between the pages without needing to manually type the URL.
Hi @Petr-Cermak, yup, we are working on making the console mobile friendly. We will be adding a paged layout for the icons and reducing the icon sizes, etc. It should become available in the February release of the Onion Console. Please stay tuned!
also, looking at this line on their webpage:
"Build fast with Node.js/io.js, then optimize the hardware and build thousands."
this seems like they have some right on their design preventing you from using it in commercial products.
it seems that the tessel is open source, but the pcb design is far too complicated for news ones, so i'd go for a onion omega, with the addition of a custom base board
and i like the appstore on the omega as well
Hi @Kenneth-Lim, it seems that your Omega was configured to connect to your home router, but wasn't able to connect properly. In order to turn on the Access Point, your primary network needs to be either turned off or properly connected. Since it wasn't connected properly, access point wasn't able to start. We do have a service running in the back ground called wifi-saint that checks to see if primary network is setup properly, and turn it off in order to allow access point to run, however, it is run at an interval of every 5 minutes.
Hi @john-b, Yes, there is a way for you to "make" your own ethernet expansion, however it is going to require some hacking, especially since you do not have expansion dock. The Arduino Dock does not break out any pins from the Omega itself, so as fas as flashing the Omega goes, it won't be able to contribute much.
You should be able to find all the information on how to make your own Ethernet Expansion in the following two posts:
Since you do not have an Expansion Dock, I have also attached the pinout diagram of the Omega by itself, which you will need to correctly connect the ethernet pins onto the breadboard.
Please don't hesitate to let us know if you have any questions along the way!
I saw a related question in this forum:
I ended up creating a script that turns off the LED and can run during boot up.
Here's what my turnoffled.sh looks like:
fast-gpio set 15 1 #B
fast-gpio set 16 1 #G
fast-gpio set 17 1 #R
Of course, one can also create a similar script to turn on the LED:
fast-gpio set 15 0
fast-gpio set 16 0
fast-gpio set 17 0
note to my previous post:
this reminds me of something i encountered a few years ago, having the same problems.
it was solved by running this command: a2enmod php5
this could be the solution for you as well.