10101Re: [nslu2-linux] Re: newbie post - ipkg hangs
- Dec 1, 2005Hey There,
Im resposible for the openhelp server:
It seems that the hosting company is having network hardware issues, and I will poke them again to get it resolved ASAP.
~WillOn 12/1/05, brunobinet <brunobinet@...> wrote:
I have the same problem, and i don't know how to do to make it work.
We may wait until that server is up...
--- In email@example.com, "Jeffrey K. Burns"
>> One of the ipkg servers is offline:
> ipkg-us-openhelp.nslu2-linux.org... 184.108.40.206
> If you don't land on that server, then your packages download,
> otherwise it appears to hang, actually it'll time out eventually.
> I've been using ipkg install -verbose_wget in order to get some better
> My crude workaround attempt to fool the servers by changing the ip
> address for the above server to a working ipkg server in the hosts
> file didn't work. Not sure what else to do. On large packages with
> many dependencies, it makes it a bit more difficult.
> Anyone have a workaround for a dead ipkg feed?
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "pbernosky" <philip@b...> wrote:
> > I'm (trying) to install apache into an unslung 5.5
> > I've "ipkg unslung-feeds" succesfully, did the "ipkg update"
> > succesfully.
> > It at first seems to succeed - downloads apache just fine, then it
> > goes to download apr-util and just hangs - never to return unless I
> > hit ^C
> > I've installed other packages successfully - not sure what's going on
> > here.
> > Can anyone help?
> > pber
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