FSO Milestone5 feeds fixed (Was: Milestone V blkid installation prob)

qhaz qhaz at bur.st
Tue Feb 17 16:27:08 CET 2009

Rod Whitby wrote:
> Rod Whitby wrote:
>> qhaz wrote:
>>> Hi, does anyone else get this error message when udate/upgrade on
>>> milestone 5
>>> installation?
>>> Upgrading busybox on root from 1.13.2-r5 to 1.13.2-r9...
>>> Downloading
>>> http://downloads.freesmartphone.org/fso-milestone5/feeds//armv4t/busybox_1.13.2-r9_armv4t.ipk
>>> Collected errors:
>>>  * Package busybox wants to install file /sbin/blkid
>>> 	But that file is already provided by package  * e2fsprogs-blkid
>> There is a problem with the milestone5 feed.  It is being regenerated
>> (will take some time).
>> Best not to opkg upgrade in the meantime.
> The feeds have now been fixed.  The only package upgrade you should see
> now is angstrom-version, until fixes start being back-ported to the
> fso/milestone5 branch for other packages.
> Unfortunately, if you have opkg upgraded against the broken milestone5
> feeds before now, you will probably need to reflash the image to get to
> a stable state.
> The autobuilder is now building the feeds correctly, and any commits to
> the fso/milestone5 branch will appear in the feeds automatically.
> There are 7696 unique packages in the feeds for FSO milestone5.
> You can always check the progress of the autobuilder at:
> http://tinderbox.openembedded.net/builders/milestone5@freesmartphone.org/
> The following packages from task-openmoko-feed are currently unbuildable:
> free42-vga, gnash, evince, devmem2, font-adobe-utopia-type1,
> font-bh-ttf, font-bh-type1, font-bitstream-type1, font-ibm-type1,
> font-misc-ethiopic, font-misc-meltho, font-xfree86-type1, ewl,
> ruby-native and libgnomeprintui.
> -- Rod
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Thanks Rod for this info!


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