neo1973-feed.conf (was RFC: blow Ethernet-over-USB into a module)
dale.schumacher at gmail.com
Thu Jul 31 16:15:02 CEST 2008
On Thu, Jul 31, 2008 at 2:56 AM, Benedikt Schindler
<BeniSchindler at gmx.de> wrote:
> Shawn Rutledge schrieb:
> Take a Freerunner. Put ASU on it. Just like it's discribed on the wiki and
> in the mailings lists. (so take the mwester opkg-config)
> Have a "/etc/opkg/neo1973-feed.conf" still present in the config.
> do a "opkg update && opkg upgrade"
> now you have a neo1973 kernel installed with all it's modules.
> (Opkg rather likes the neo then the freerunner kernel. Maybe it's compiled
> later in the auto buildhost?)
Why is '/etc/opkg/neo1973-feed.conf' needed in the Freerunner opkg
configuration? What would be the result of removing it? Is it
different for 2007.2, ASU, Qtopia, FSO?
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