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Bug with package 'gawk' from feeds 'cs**q*armel'

Good evening. I found a strange bug with the gawk from this feed (same behavior with the other cs**q*armel):
Patrick B
Jan 4
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25243

Re: Paging OddballHero

Hello! Well here for example: https://turriebuntu.wordpress.com/pogoplugdockstar-pages/how-to-install-optware-on-a-pogoplug-from-oddballheros-post/ And:
Gregg Levine
Dec 19, 2015
#25243
 
25242

Re: Paging OddballHero

What are the 2 mostly helpful blogs? From: nslu2-linux@yahoogroups.com [mailto:nslu2-linux@yahoogroups.com] Sent: Monday, December 07, 2015 12:40 PM To:
Jim Pruitt
Dec 19, 2015
#25242
 
25241

Can the Pogoplog (or any platform based on the same technology as th

Hello! It happens I've got one of my three Pogoplugs working in the same fashion as someone's NSLU2 device running an alternate OS would be in. However I am
Gregg Levine
Dec 10, 2015
#25241
 
25240

Paging OddballHero

Hello! I thought I'd mention that I've got your plug file working on a Pink PogoPlug. Let's just say for a change I've gotten lucky. I found two mostly helpful
Gregg Levine
Dec 7, 2015
#25240
 
25239

Plz update transmission for arm

Hi there, Can someone update transmission package to the latest version available (transmission-2.84)? Maintainer email is not available… Thanks Paulo
pjaopjaopjao
Oct 12, 2015
#25239
 
25238

Re: How-to use NSLU2 for torrent downloading?

Short version: 1. Get an NSLU that has been flashed with custom firmware (you've already got that taken care of) 2. Get comfortable using optware and ipkg (
M.J. Johnson
Sep 19, 2015
#25238
 
25237

How-to use NSLU2 for torrent downloading?

Anyone willing to help a noob on NSLU2 that's totally lost? :))) I've recently 'found' an old unslung NSLU2 unit in storage in the office
cokie69
Sep 18, 2015
#25237
 
25236

Re: My Optware fork

oooooooooo, so excited lol. I'll have a play around with the toolchain tonight. :) /Craig To: nslu2-linux@yahoogroups.com From: nslu2-linux@yahoogroups.com
Craig Thomas Noble
May 4, 2015
#25236
 
25235

Re: My Optware fork

Hi, i686 target added: https://github.com/alllexx88/Optware-ng/commit/ee6ee596ae24aa8c67d71e92ec8042ce63ac0028 This is a glibc-2.20 linux-3.2.66 target. You
Alex Potapenko
Apr 30, 2015
#25235
 
25234

Re: My Optware fork

Huh, my box is DS412+ with the same CPU :) I think you're right, all modern headless i686 (and x86_64) boxes are pretty powerful. We should use glibc in this
Alex Potapenko
Apr 20, 2015
#25234
 
25233

Re: My Optware fork

My box is a DS1512+, which runs an Atom D2700 @ 2.13GHz. It’s fairly powerful for a small headless box, and in general that will be the trend going forward
Craig Thomas Noble
Apr 20, 2015
#25233
 
25232

Re: My Optware fork

Thanks for your reply! I've been thinking about adding i686 target as well. It is more or less simple to do this, but I'm not sure what libc to chose: uClibc
Alex Potapenko
Apr 20, 2015
#25232
 
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Re: My Optware fork

It depends on what you’re looking for in hosting. Kimsufi has some excellent deals for dedicated hosting (100Mbps for £5/mo unlimited traffic). I mainly use
Craig Thomas Noble
Apr 20, 2015
#25231
 
25230

My Optware fork

Dear all! I know NSLU2-Linux project is basically stalled, but I hope this read will still be interesting for someone still subscribed to the list. For few
Alex Potapenko
Apr 20, 2015
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