Updating dest list failed
So if you would like to know, how much storage a package and all of it's dependencies would need, at the moment, you will have to piece this information together with the ...
src/gz base file:///path/to/packages/directory/packages/base src/gz luci file:///path/to/packages/directory/packages/luci src/gz packages file:///path/to/packages/directory/packages/packages src/gz oldpackages file:///path/to/packages/directory/packages/oldpackages ... (= architecture independant) and the architecture of the installed target.
In order to source packages from a foreign, but compatible target, the list of allowed architectures can be overrided in with the use of One very useful feature of opkg, which may be unfamiliar to those used to tools such as the apt family, is the ability to specify a destination for any package installation.
Many packages are not relocatable and will fail to install cleanly when installed to a non-root location!
You should therefore only upgrade non-kernel packages.
opkg files asterisk18 Package asterisk18 (220.127.116.11-1) is installed on root and has the following files: /usr/lib/asterisk/modules/res_rtp_/usr/lib/asterisk/modules/codec_/etc/asterisk//usr/lib/asterisk/modules/format_wav_/usr/lib/asterisk/modules/app_/usr/lib/asterisk/modules/chan_/usr/lib/asterisk/modules/app_/usr/lib/asterisk/modules/app_/usr/lib/asterisk/modules/format_/usr/lib/asterisk/modules/func_/usr/lib/asterisk/modules/func_/etc/asterisk//etc/asterisk//usr/lib/asterisk/modules/format_/etc/asterisk//etc/init.d/asterisk /etc/asterisk//usr/lib/asterisk/modules/res_rtp_/etc/asterisk//etc/asterisk//usr/lib/asterisk/modules/codec_/etc/asterisk//usr/lib/asterisk/modules/func_/usr/lib/asterisk/modules/app_/usr/lib/asterisk/modules/format_/etc/asterisk/sip_/etc/asterisk//etc/default/asterisk /usr/sbin/asterisk /usr/lib/asterisk/modules/pbx_/usr/lib/asterisk/modules/func_Package: horst Version: 2.0-rc1-2 Depends: libncurses Provides: Status: install user installed Section: net Architecture: ar71xx Maintainer: Bruno Randolf MD5Sum: 378cea9894ec971c419876e822666a6a Size: 19224 Filename: horst_2.0-rc1-2_ar71Source: feeds/packages/net/horst Description: [horst] is a scanning and analysis tool for 802.11 wireless networks and especially IBSS (ad-hoc) mode and mesh networks (OLSR). So if you would like to know, how much storage a package and all of it's dependencies would need, at the moment, you will have to piece this information together with the This only works for installed packages.
Lu CI for example will fail to find its modules and will not work without manual fixes! Don't expect this solution to work out-of-the-box, most packages will need additional symlinks or hacks to correctly work under the changed path!
The default actually contains three destinations: The format of destination lines is simply the keyword dest, followed by a name for this destination (this can be anything), followed by a filesystem location.
I'd like to try a 1.11 firmware if anyone has a link to it?
That way the router continues to provide all relevant services, even with external storage disconnected.
Problems arose with these packages, when installing to external drive: Some programs need additional config files to run, and you will have to create soft links between the root filesystem and the external storage one (e.g. As an example, to successfully run Midnight Commander after installing it on a USB stick, you must run:#!
Hi all, I've got an 8 year old Dell R710 which hasn't had any firmware updates since it was new.
I retired it when I started at my current gig a few years back but now I need to press it into duty in our DR site.