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Re: [APKG Entware-ng] Total replace Astware & Optware include 64 bits version

PostPosted: Thu May 26, 2016 1:20 am
by father.mande
Hi,
itdaboyz wrote:I'm sorry I'm not on arm but on 32bits.
But the package is not large, it's only 21kb.


Large for a router is small ex. my router have only 8 MBytes for all package (so need an extension to works with more) ... so a large package is not so large as we know ...

I will have found a solution ... (but remember that gcc other in opkg is not so large ... no include no default lib ... so request to build all from scratch

I finish test, verification and validation and return to you ...
be patient.

Philippe.

Re: [APKG Entware-ng] Total replace Astware & Optware include 64 bits version

PostPosted: Thu May 26, 2016 3:06 pm
by father.mande
Hi,

After exchange with Zyxmon ... developer of Entware :

use --force-space option in command line when you fall in similar error
--force-space disable free space check ... so solve the problem linked to /opt in romfs choice by Asustor on this model ...
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opkg --force-space install gcc


tested on AS202T (Intel 32 bits model)

I will see if it's possible (syntax) to add it permanently in opkg.conf ... but not sure ...

OK EDIT :
it's possible to add this permanently in /opt/etc/opkg.conf (so no more option to add in command line)
add a line with :
option force_space
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root@AS-202TE:/volume1/.@root # cat /opt/etc/opkg.conf
src/gz packages http://entware.zyxmon.org/binaries/x86-32
dest root /
dest ram /opt/tmp
lists_dir ext /opt/var/opkg-lists
option tmp_dir /opt/tmp
option force_space
root@AS-202TE:/volume1/.@root #


Philippe.

Re: [APKG Entware-ng] Total replace Astware & Optware include 64 bits version

PostPosted: Thu May 26, 2016 3:25 pm
by father.mande
Hi,

Just to inform you that I have edited the previous message ...
and add this bug in first post ...

Philippe.

Re: [APKG Entware-ng] Total replace Astware & Optware include 64 bits version

PostPosted: Thu May 26, 2016 3:46 pm
by itdaboyz
Hi Philippe,

Nice one, it's working !
Thank you so much for the fast solution, you rock ! :D

Re: [APKG Entware-ng] Total replace Astware & Optware include 64 bits version

PostPosted: Sun Oct 23, 2016 2:10 am
by starplatina
Hi, folks! I am a newbie not just to Asustor NASes, but to NASes in general, so please excuse my ignorance.

I have just started using Asustor AST3102T. I bumped into this thread while searching for a possible package management system for my ADM.

You guys talk about Optware, but I do not see any "ipkg" command on my ADM. This is just an observation. But I do see "apkg" in /usr/bin/, and I believe this is what manages Astware.

I would love to use Entware, but I am wondering if I can do it while still using Astware.

I understand the author, Philippe, strongly recommends that you delete all Astware. However, at the same time, I see a changelog about a fix that allows Entware to coexist with Virtualbox, which I believe is to be a piece of Astware. I also see a post about installing Python as part of Entware, not as part of Astware.

All this makes me think Entware can be used alongside with Astware, although it is not trivially easy and can be tricky. Am I right in thinking so?

If all the available Astware can be obtained as Entware, I would not worry, but in reality, I believe there are many apps, particularly screen-oriented apps such as Kodi, that is available as Astware but not as Entware.

If I am mistaken about any of the assumptions I am making above, please do point it out and enlighten me.

Thanks!

Re: [APKG Entware-ng] Total replace Astware & Optware include 64 bits version

PostPosted: Sun Oct 23, 2016 4:50 am
by father.mande
Hi,

apkg is for Asustor package NOT for astware (astware has been an apkg)

astware is a first approach for Entware (opkg command) canceled due to potential conflict ...
so if you are new ... you never install APKG astware ... so you can start directly with Entware

Entware is similar in usage to Optware (ipkg) that are abandoned and not updated ...
opkg command is very similar to ipkg

Philippe.

Re: [APKG Entware-ng] Total replace Astware & Optware include 64 bits version

PostPosted: Mon Oct 24, 2016 1:31 pm
by starplatina
Philippe, thanks a bunch for your clarification. Apparently I had misunderstandings and I am so glad you cleared that out.

So I don't have so-called Astware on my AS3102T. And with that in mind, I do not have to remove Astware (as I have none), and I can just go ahead and install Entware without worry about causing conflicts... right?

Man, this is so exciting! :)

father.mande wrote:Hi,

apkg is for Asustor package NOT for astware (astware has been an apkg)

astware is a first approach for Entware (opkg command) canceled due to potential conflict ...
so if you are new ... you never install APKG astware ... so you can start directly with Entware

Entware is similar in usage to Optware (ipkg) that are abandoned and not updated ...
opkg command is very similar to ipkg

Philippe.

Re: [APKG Entware-ng] Total replace Astware & Optware include 64 bits version

PostPosted: Mon Oct 24, 2016 4:08 pm
by father.mande
Hi,

shortly RIGHT ... :D :D :D

Philippe.

Re: [APKG Entware-ng] Total replace Astware & Optware include 64 bits version

PostPosted: Mon Oct 24, 2016 4:17 pm
by starplatina
C'est très magnifique! Merci beaucoup à toi!

father.mande wrote:Hi,

shortly RIGHT ... :D :D :D

Philippe.

Re: [APKG Entware-ng] Total replace Astware & Optware include 64 bits version

PostPosted: Fri Feb 17, 2017 3:30 am
by Jhinta
how do i install the header files ? witch location do they need to go?
include.tar.gz or libssl-dev

ahhhhh
wget -qO- http://pkg.entware.net/binaries/x86-64/ ... ude.tar.gz | tar xvz -C /opt/include