I did some very basic research, so this may not be very accurate. It appears that your USB camera has audio that may be interfering with the USB drivers on the Omega Onion (again...not exactly sure). Try the following:
Make sure the volume on the Camera is turned all the way down or off
Use a USB camera that doesn't have audio
And try again.
From your error message, it appears that the USB camera disconnects and reconnects a couple times then finally fails.
Sorry for such delay - I was fighting against this problem. Your suggestion was hopeful but it didn't help me. I hope your suggestion will help other people who will face this kind of problem.
I've suddenly noticed that I can see correct symbols of bootloader output on the baud rate 120000 (instead of expected 115200). However, the baud rate of the kernel has to remain 115200. Firstly I thought that it is a manufacturing defect but I've noticed such a thing on the few devices. Also, I've entered into the console mode of the bootloader: the expected baud rate is 115200 (variable baudrate=115200). @Omega-Squad , @administrators@cas
I'm using Omega2+ devices. What is the reason for this bug? I'm a little bit confused about how to deal with this problem. I hope for your understanding.
Could you please advise which variant of the Quectel EC25 will be used in the global model?
From the pre-production images available it would seem that you are using EC25-A for the North American model, but I can't reliably determine which one you'll be using for the rest of the world, unless I have missed that item somewhere.
Also, the images location referenced in the Omega2-LTE github repo README doesn't currently exist.
If anyone is interested, here is the product page for the LTE module Quectel LTE Standard EC25 and there are a large number of documents available for download (after registration).
@György-Farkas Interesting, I did check on an Omega 2+ running 0.3.2 b200 and executing the command did nothing. I power cycled it, and the LED blinked through the start up pattern but the Omega-XXXX network never appeared. Now that Omega 2+ will not even start and has discoloration on the shield near the U.FL port.
I just reran the commands on an Omega 2 running firmware 0.3.2 b222 and it worked! There was no lag when the local wifi router was disconnected. Thank you very much!
@James-Solderitsch John Walicki has added some notes to his node-RED github page about installing node-RED on an Omega2+. He also advocates for the need to have a swap partition AND an extended file system to have room to install and run node-RED on an Omega2+.