QUOTE(rikiya @ Mar 31 2005, 03:06 AM)
ipkg_get_install: Perhaps you need to run `ipkg update'?
this happens when ipkg is trying to install a package it can't find, which often happens if you tagged a package to install in add/remove programs and something stopped it (user cancel, crash, etc)
you can try an ipkg update followed by an ipkg upgrade while the network is up to see if it can grab the package, or grab that xlibs package and install it manually.
if you don't care about xlibs or still have issues, run from the command line:
ipkg remove xlibs
that may remove xqt or any other packages you may have installed which depend on xlibs. you can always reinstall them later. this tells ipkg to remove xlibs which is in a bad state and forget about it