Desde el principio de los tiempos de armbian ha incluido una herramienta para configurar una serie de servidores y opciones de esta versión de Debian especial para placas con procesador ARM como por ejemplo las Orange Pi.
The following is a guest post by Alexis Susset of SORACOM, an IoT communications platform.
Today we are setting up resin.io devices with a SORACOM SIM card and our preferred enterprise 3G Dongle, the Huawei MS2131.
With this setup complete, we'll be able to ship out devices that work anywhere in the world. Together with this tutorial, we're also publishing base code so that you can leverage SORACOM's Harvest service to keep track of your device performance.
Although you can configure WiFi using the graphical utility within the Raspbian Desktop this requires that you connect a keyboard, mouse and monitor to your Pi. It is sometimes useful to be able to do it before you’ve booted the Pi. This is especially useful when using the Pi Zero W where attaching a keyboard and mouse requires a USB hub.
Has this ever happened to you? You have a resin.io application deployed on a device, which you bring with you to another location, but then have trouble updating the wifi network config to connect? We've created
resin-wifi-connect to solve this practical issue. In a nutshell this application brings up an access point with a web interface where you can configure the new wifi credentials.