Omega Onion 2 pro SSID Issues after flashing custom image
Thanks @crispyoz !
In the make menuconfig, I searched through all the folders for this and could not find wifi-warp-core. Does wifi-warp-core just extract all different kinds of wireless drivers for one to choose from, because I found many different versions of wireless drivers.
@Antony you an always use / to search inside make menuconfig, the warp core option is inside Onion->WiFi
An easy way to reset your configuration is follow these steps:
ln -s .config.O2 .config
This resets back to the standard Omega2 configuration.
You'll also need to make sure the Onion package repo is in your
Thanks, I will try this.
I was able to serially connect to this created image and I see the following where there are no characters after the dash in Omega-.
Is this related?
@Antony We use a uci-defaults script to set the hostname based on the mac address
See it here: https://github.com/OnionIoT/source/blob/openwrt-18.06/files/etc/uci-defaults/13_hostname
I am still running into the built omega2pro image failing to broadcast an SSID.
I am unable to ssh into the omega onion pro2 after flashing with built image so instead I connect serially.
Using PUTTY I typed wifi in the terminal prompt and its says the following:
radio0(ralink): Interface type not supported
Is this the reason why there is no SSID being broadcasted?
@Antony Judging by the
radio0(ralink): Interface type not supportedmessage and your previous posts in this thread, I'm guessing the wifi driver isn't installed.
You can check by running
opkg list-installed | grep wifion the device. If nothing shows up, then the wifi driver isn't installed.
If you can't find the wifi driver in the menuconfig, then there's probably something up with your build system.
Try doing Step 4 from the following link to update and set up your package feeds correctly: https://github.com/OnionIoT/source#option-a-using-the-docker-image
(Then consider setting up the the minimal build configuration to reduce your compile time: https://github.com/OnionIoT/source#reducing-compile-time-with-the-minimal-build-configuration)
Now try looking for wifi-warp-core in menuconfig
In the make menuconfig, I have wifi-warp-core to be included in the build.
opkg list-installed | grep wifi
on the device and it appears that the driver is in fact not installed. I tried the steps suggested and that didn't seem to fix the issue.
Lazar Demin administrators last edited by Lazar Demin
@Antony Does wifi-warp-core have a
Min the menuconfig in the build system? It should be a
*so that it's included in the firmware.
opkg list-installed | grep wifireturns nothing, we know for a fact the driver is not included in the firmware you're building.
I would suggest:
- Start with a fresh copy of the build system
- Try to build firmware with no changes (just follow steps 1 and 2 from the readme in OnionIoT/source, and do the minimum build)
- Confirm the firmware works as expected on the device (and includes the wifi driver)
- Then carry out your firmware customizations in the build system and build your customized firmware
- Test that your firmware works as expected on the device
Thank you @Lazar-Demin!!!!