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sakis3g for 3g model, error: unrecognized option '--color=always'

Hi, ALL,

I follow the rules https://bovs.org/post/168/Building-Yocto-linux-for-Intel-Edison-with-3G-USB-modems-support https://bovs.org/post/168/Building-Yocto-linux-for-Intel-Edison-with-3G-USB-modems-support

and using the image it provieded: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0Bzn05byUx-dZOFNsb2tZMW9Qdjg yocto_gg_2606_1.zip - Google Drive

Now, I am connect to the 3g.

But I want to use umtskeeper instead. : http://mintakaconciencia.net/squares/umtskeeper/# qa UMTSkeeper internet keep-online

I ran the commands as follows:

cd ~

pwd

mkdir umtskeeper

cd umtskeeper

wget " http://mintakaconciencia.net/squares/umtskeeper/src/umtskeeper.tar.gz"

md5sum umtskeeper.tar.gz

tar -xzvf umtskeeper.tar.gz

chmod +x sakis3g

However, when I try to use it: sudo ./sakis3g --interactive

 

I got the following errors:

/bin/grep unrecognized option '--color=always'

BusyBox v1.22.1 (2016-06-23 15:24:00 EEST) multi-call binary.

Usage: grep [-HhnlLoqvsriwFE] [-m N] [-A/B/C N] PATTERN/-e PATTERN.../-f FILE [FILE]...

Can anyone help me, thanks !

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Hi dapenglan,

Thank you for reaching out and for using our development boards.

 

Regarding your issue, I'm a bit confused by your description. Were you able to follow these steps successfully https://bovs.org/post/168/Building-Yocto-linux-for-Intel-Edison-with-3G-USB-modems-support https://bovs.org/post/168/Building-Yocto-linux-for-Intel-Edison-with-3G-USB-modems-support?

 

Now, about UMTSkeeper, did you run the following commands in your Edison or in your Linux computer?

cd ~

 

pwd

 

mkdir umtskeeper

 

cd umtskeeper

 

wget "http://mintakaconciencia.net/squares/umtskeeper/src/umtskeeper.tar.gz http://mintakaconciencia.net/squares/umtskeeper/src/umtskeeper.tar.gz"

 

md5sum umtskeeper.tar.gz

 

tar -xzvf umtskeeper.tar.gz

 

chmod +x sakis3g

 

sudo ./sakis3g --interactive

Some of the above commands are not compatible with the Edison, for example "sudo ./sakis3g --interactive", that's why I would like to know if you're running those in your Linux computer or in your Edison. Now, if you're having issues when running those commands on your computer, I would suggest you to contact the person in charge of providing the tutorial for further help.

Regards,

 

-Pablo
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Hi Pablo,

I am just using the image it provieded: https://drive.google.com/open%3Fid%3D0Bzn05byUx-dZOFNsb2tZMW9Qdjg yocto_gg_2606_1.zip - Google Drive

Yes, I am running the comand in the intel edison board:

  1. cd ~
  2. pwd
  3. mkdir umtskeeper
  4. cd umtskeeper
  5. wget " http://mintakaconciencia.net/squares/umtskeeper/src/umtskeeper.tar.gz"
  6. md5sum umtskeeper.tar.gz
  7. tar -xzvf umtskeeper.tar.gz
  8. chmod +x sakis3g
  9. sudo ./sakis3g --interactive

     

     

     

Yes, you are right. it is not compatibale.SO I have the errors below:

/bin/grep unrecognized option '--color=always'

BusyBox v1.22.1 (2016-06-23 15:24:00 EEST) multi-call binary.

Usage: grep [-HhnlLoqvsriwFE] [-m N] [-A/B/C N] PATTERN/-e PATTERN.../-f FILE [FILE]...

But these comands can be used in Rasberry Pi succssfully.

 

Why is it not compatible?

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Hi dapenglan,

 

 

The reason behind this is that the Edison's official image and most of its variants (like the one you're using) are built with using the Yocto project, you can find some more information here https://www.yoctoproject.org/ https://www.yoctoproject.org/. However, the Raspberry Pi uses Raspbian, which a Debian-based OS. So many of the commands that you can use in the Edison would work with a Raspberry and vice versa. For example, the sudo command is not integrated in the Yocto image by default, and including it would require creating a recipe just for it before building the image.

 

 

Regards,

 

-Pablo
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