@György-Farkas Yes - thats why I'm using your suggestion using grep.
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Using the following is standard Linux, but does not work for the Onion
v="Version 0.2.0 b183" [[ "$v" == *"b183"* ]] && echo "OK" || echo "FAIL" [[ "$v" =~ "b183" ]] && echo "OK" || echo "FAIL"
Both should display "OK", but the first show "FAIL" and the 2nd gives "ash: =~: unknown operand"
What can I do instead?
Wifi Connect problem
Device Firmware Version: 0.3.2 b232
Device Firmware Version: 0.2.2 b200
Device: Omega2S and Omega2S+
I can't connect to some wifi network - but it works with others. I have some internal Wi-Fi networks, that the devices connect to fine and they also connects fine to an old Windows Phone.
But they will not connect to a Samsung Galaxy S8 (AP Mode) or a D-Link Mobile AP (DWR-932)
They simply does not even ask for an IP address.
I don't have problems connecting with other devices - e.g. a Raspberry Pi 3 or other mobile phones or a MS Surface.
I have spent hours trying to find a solution.