@mawg You should see if it's possible to run GDB on your onion -- probably you'll want the Omega2 that has the most RAM, i.e. 2+. GDB offers things like breakpoints, stack-trace, read variables, capture on fault, etc.
@mawg if your asking do you need to do those commands, yes you do. if you did opkg update & opkg install ogps it would help to see the output of those commands. also a factory reset reinstalls the firmware already on the omega2.
it will help in long run to update the firmware first.
@Aquiles-Castro Have you looked at PicoLisp? Last I looked it did not have a compiler so it's purely interpreted but I'm not sure what you need. I don't use Lisp but my colleague thinks it's pretty useful.
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