@crispyoz since gcc is available, and it works, why can't you build it on the Omega?
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@crispyoz thank you for your reply.
I realize those are places to find those things, but those are source projects. The Onion documentation doesn't really make it clear that a user is supposed to grab those from git, and then put the files in their correct locations.
I was more wondering why they're not part of the distribution as a package to be installed with opkg and also why it's not clear where to get that information. It doesn't make sense to me that the .so files are in the distribution but the header files that reference them aren't in a package.
The documentation points to header files for i2c, pwm, etc, but there's no opkg package that provides them. I'm looking for the package that has the include files such as onion-i2c.h, pwm-exp.h, etc. Where are those? If they're git packages, shouldn't that be in the documentation (e.g. how to get)? I haven't found such information.
Omega2 Pro Documentation
I have a few questions about the Omega2 Pro, and I can't find anything in the documentation (which is quite frustrating).
a) What is the purpose of the small green (?) LED next to the battery connector?
b) Which PWM is the one that controls the large multi-color LED on the board? I know it can be accessed via omega2-ctrl and /dev/ledchain2, but isn't it also accessible via a PWM?
c) How does one program the "programmable button"?