@Swapnil-Katpally After a factory reset, your Omega’s SSH signature will be different. You'll need to modify the known_hosts file on your computer.
See our Docs for more details: https://docs.onion.io/omega2-docs/factory-reset.html#a-note-about-factory-resets-and-rsa-key-warnings
@James-Sinnott Yeah, right now we recommend using Chrome with the Onion Cloud and Console. We're working on browser compatibility!
Can you please add '[RESOLVED]' to your post title so future users will know this thread contains a solution?
@Daniel-Sitnik The version that you've upgraded to still has some small bugs, so our plan is to fix those bugs tomorrow and put out a official announcement and change log.
@Rudy-Trujillo Your rootfs shouldn't be affected by the upgrade.
I put it in /etc/development under the impression that it wouldn't be erased, which was not the case.
Fortunatelly it was only some simple nodejs scripts to test the Omega features.
Thanks for the tip about /etc/sysupgrade.conf, I'll try this one.
@Johannes-Zellner So there are a bunch of files under /etc/uci-defaults/ that's present on a new firmware image. When the devices starts up for the very first time, it will use these scripts to give name to it's AP based on MAC address, and do some other init setup. Once these scripts has been run once, they get deleted. I think your wifi configuration was written by these files. Perhaps we should build in a check to see if the device is flashed via a clean wipe or an upgrade procedure and determine which of the scripts should be run.