opkg vs apt vs ipkg
florian at openwrt.org
Thu Feb 4 14:17:56 EST 2010
Le jeudi 4 février 2010 19:24:25, Ron K. Jeffries a écrit :
> ipkg and opkg are very similar.
> What I am not sure of where we stand in terms of
> an easily available set of packages compiled for
> MIPS and that work on Nanonote.
> Can someone comment on that?
All the mipsel repository of openwrt works on Nanonote . More generally any
repository compiled with for mips32r1 CPU will work, of course the libc
version should match ;)
 : http://downloads.openwrt.org/snapshots/trunk/brcm47xx/packages/
> On Thu, Feb 4, 2010 at 09:53, Jon Phillips <jon at sharism.cc> wrote:
> > I want to say we have an APT store not some shitty APP store with
> > shareware on it. Why can't we use apt-get and/or why aren't we using opkg
> > rather than ipkg. Can someone fill me in?
> > thanks
> > Jon
> > --
> > Jon Phillips
> > http://rejon.org/
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