can someone please point me to the docs on how to send a message via SMS (to a phone) using the omega LTE.
@yoursunny AH!, the missing link :-). Thank you both. I bought the onion to learn and this is really helping
@UFD just realized, that still doesn't explain my lack of space. ROM is ROM and obviously at 100% but shouldn't mntblock and overlay still be usable? Or is it just overlay and that is nearly full?
I know very little about linux and I'm having a hard time understanding how the physical space and logical space map to each other. I was installing various node packages and ran out of disk space. I ran the df command and got:
When investigating further, it seems that /rom is at least partially mapped to everything else. Which makes sense. However, what does not make sense to me is how this maps to my file system and how adding an SD card is going to help. Mounting the sd card at /mnt will give me lots of space under /mnt but I do not know how to make that give me enough space across the file system mapped to ..
What is also confusing me is that, as I've been installing rpm modules under /root/...., and it seems (from what I can tell) that is not under /dev/root, why am I even running out of space?
I tried reading this up on the web and simply got confused. Is there a guide someone can point me to that will explain how, once I've added my SD card I use it properly?
@Lazar-Demin I just tried installing node following the same (updated) directions on a brand new onion 2+ and got the same error,
root@Omega-63D5:~# opkg install node
Unknown package 'node'.
LCD 4x20 2004A
sorry, ignore that. I did it with GPIO not I2C. I could not get the I2C to work with the supplied libraries either.
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