Could you please share details of the repository where you found the gdbserver package?
The Omega2S would be a great device and much more reliable in a product as it has built in eMMC instead of SD card and does away with pin/socket connection thus removing all mechanical connections. It is very easy to build the omega2s into a PCB with a project. One example is to make a board with a USB hub chip than can increase the interface capabilities and a I2C ADC converter, plus Zigbee or LoRa radio for communications (all SMT products).
However, the Omega2S only comes in volumes of 250.
Therefore it is difficult to prototype with, and you also need production volumes of greater than 250 which is a bit large for organizations developing products with potential markets but not guaranteed markets.
I am using Omega1 and have installed the latest operating system and done a factory reset (so there are no additional files of mine on the device), but I have no available space in the file system.
using $ df -h I get
/dev/root Size: 7.5M Used:7.5M Used: 100% Mounted on: /rom
/dev/mtdblock3 Size: 7.5M Used:7.3M Used: 100% Mounted on:/overlay
If i try $ opkg install packagex
I get the error: only have 0kb available space on filesystem /overlay Cannot install package
Any ideas how this problem can be fixed?
I have downloaded python-light and tried running programs using import "time" and import "random" modules. Using functions in these modules fail because they both rely on import "location" which, according to python does not exist.
I am using omega1. I am restricted to python-light as standard python is too large to fit on the device.
Can anyone advise how I can fix this problem, or how I can provide the "location" module into python-light ?
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