On 07/26/2017 09:05 AM, Pierre Couderc wrote:
On 07/25/2017 07:54 PM, Daniel Wagner wrote:
> Hi Pierre,
> Please do not drop the CC, because someone else might also be
> interested in our discussion.
Sure, sorry. It was a mistake.
> On 07/25/2017 06:40 PM, Pierre Couderc wrote:
> I can't really help you here, since you didn't tell us what you plan
> to do.
My project is MOMradio, a radio for my grandmother. It takes an internet
radio stream and sends it to a small domestic FM transmitter, so my
grandmother hears it on its good old FM radio.
It is packaged in an Orange Pi small ARM 10$ computer ( a brother of
I need to find an internet stream at power on (ethernet, wifi...)
preferably the same that when power was down before. MOMradio is piloted
by a few instructions usually given once for all, by the mean of a small
http server (nginx). The main interest is to have locally a FM stream
not provided in your city.
I am studying if connman is the good solution for that.
Maybe you could start your work on the
connman/src/connmand-wait-online.c code. This small helper function is
used to block until ConnMan sends out the 'ONLINE' state.