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crontab -eif you want to delete it, or crontab -r to remove
Could not find this info here, so I contacted Intel product support who gave this information about wifi power consumption:
“Tests were ran with Breakout Board and 12V input:
LPON: ~32 mA Wi-Fi Off, ~38 mA Wi-Fi On, and ~60 mA while Pinging an IP.
SPON: ~29 mA Wi-Fi Off, ~36 mA Wi-Fi On, and ~52 mA while Pinging an IP.”
cat /etc/network/interfaces, you can copy/paste that on the command line to run, and it should output what’s in the file for you
screen)? You might have to unplug and plug back into the UART port, then launch screen in a new Terminal window, and then reboot the Edison. (Hold down the black button for 10 seconds to turn it off, then 2 seconds to turn back on.)
Open a terminal window and type sudo screen /dev/tty.usbserial-* 115200 If necessary, replace the ‘*‘ with your Edison UART serial number, obtained using lsusb.
/root/src/EdisonVoltage/voltage percentagebut if plugged in it may be full but show a lower voltage.
etc/networks/interfacesas descriped in rtd?
brew install --forceif you want to install this version