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How do I install packages by default to and SD card?
microsoft/linux
oh come on! someone knows...
Greg2
QUOTE(microsoft/linux @ Apr 19 2006, 08:37 PM)
How do I install packages by default to and SD card?

CODE
ipkg -d sd install package-name


Greg rolleyes.gif
microsoft/linux
is there any way to set it to default?
Antikx
Or is your question.... When I install using the GUI app... I want it to install to my SD card by default?
The answer.. I don't know.. but please let me know if you find out. tongue.gif
CoreDump
QUOTE(Antikx @ Apr 22 2006, 06:15 AM)
Or is your question.... When I install using the GUI app... I want it to install to my SD card by default?
The answer.. I don't know.. but please let me know if you find out. tongue.gif
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Edit /etc/ipkg.conf and move the "dest sd" line to the top of all "dest" lines. That should do the trick IIRC
microsoft/linux
I don't necesarilly need to use the GUI app, but it'd be easier. I'll be getting a wireless card soon, and I've got a 1GB SD card that I need to fill up :-P

Thank you CoreDump, I'll try that when I get my wifi card.
Antikx
QUOTE(CoreDump @ Apr 21 2006, 10:37 PM)
Edit /etc/ipkg.conf and move the "dest sd" line to the top of all "dest" lines. That should do the trick IIRC
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Thanks. Good to know.
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