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facs
post Aug 25 2008, 10:59 PM
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I have a problem on my network, I have a proxy and I'm not able to configure neo to download pkg with:
opkg update
opkg upgrade
I try to download pkg from repository but I have a question: from some pkg there are 3 files, for example:
openmoko-dates2-dev_0.1.0+svnr673-r2_armv4t.ipk 22-May-2008 03:20 1k
openmoko-dates2_0.1.0+svnr673-r2_armv4t.ipk 22-May-2008 03:20 35k
openmoko-dates2-dbg_0.1.0+svnr673-r2_armv4t.ipk 22-May-2008 03:20 105k
What is the correct version to download?
Thanks a lot.
Best Regards.
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zogs
post Aug 26 2008, 08:08 AM
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QUOTE(facs @ Aug 26 2008, 06:59 AM) *
I have a problem on my network, I have a proxy and I'm not able to configure neo to download pkg with:
opkg update
opkg upgrade
I try to download pkg from repository but I have a question: from some pkg there are 3 files, for example:
openmoko-dates2-dev_0.1.0+svnr673-r2_armv4t.ipk 22-May-2008 03:20 1k
openmoko-dates2_0.1.0+svnr673-r2_armv4t.ipk 22-May-2008 03:20 35k
openmoko-dates2-dbg_0.1.0+svnr673-r2_armv4t.ipk 22-May-2008 03:20 105k
What is the correct version to download?
Thanks a lot.
Best Regards.


this : openmoko-dates2_0.1.0+svnr673-r2_armv4t.ipk 22-May-2008 03:20 35k

p.s.: try qtopia-calendar
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post Aug 27 2008, 08:43 AM
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QUOTE(facs @ Aug 26 2008, 01:59 AM) *
I have a problem on my network, I have a proxy and I'm not able to configure neo to download pkg with:
opkg update
opkg upgrade


By default /etc/resolv.conf is not populated with good info if you are masquerading through a desktop. You will need to put your name servers into /etc/resolv.conf to get name resolution. If you have an authenticating proxy though I'm not sure that opkg can handle that.
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