First of all, I hope I am in the right section. Please feel free to move the topic in the right place.
I’m a new balenaCloud User, I knew it because I was using balenaEtcher to flash my sd card and I saw the multiroom audio system offered by balenacloud, named balena-sound (https://www.balena.io/blog/diy-raspberry-pi-multi-room-audio-system/).
I already have some Rpi running openwrt on SDcard (to broadcast a wireless 802.11r (Fast BSS transition) compatible network). But it uses a very few part of the capabilities of my Rpis.
Seeing the opportunities offered with balenaCloud, I was wondering if I could execute an OpenWRT container (such as this one (wich mention balenaOS) : https://hub.docker.com/r/nmaas87/docker-openwrt/) beside some other containers running occasionally Kodi, steamLink, balena-sound or even a small container to control my projector with serial command over usb.
I use all my pi connected to a wired network so I hope that I will be able to configure the WirelessNetwork Adaptater through the openwrt running under balenaOS.
In balenaCloud, I added a device, I downloaded the appropriate BalenaOS’s Image, powered on the pi with the balenaOS and pushed the openwrt docker build thanks to the balena-cli on my computer.
On my dashboard, I can find my device running (only with openwrt for now) and can access the “ssh” remote acces on the device’s page.
Here is were I’m stuck. I didn’t found the way to communicate with the Openwrt system (openwrt cli) so I wasn’t able to execute opkg (apt-like for openwrt) to install the LuCi web interface.
That may be because I don’t know enough the docker environment.
If someone could help me pass this step, by orienting me in the right doc section if I missed it in the doc.
If you have an opinion on my project (controlling Integrated Network Interface in a docker system on raspberry pi) (running several container on the same Pi, some always up and others only on-demand), I’ll take them in consideration.
If you want to have a feedback / a tuto if I succeed it, feel free to write it down and I’ll try to make a regular feedback.
Finally, I would like to thank you for the time you took to read my topic and for your consideration.
Have a nice day
PS: Sorry for the different Englishes mistakes I could write…
PS2: I think I will try to follow the balenasound installation to understand how balenacloud/os works.
PS3: I have to read and make this work https://www.balena.io/blog/two-projects-one-device-turn-your-raspberry-pi-into-a-multitool/