[isf-wifidog] Re: Problem with Dependencies in wifidog-beta1.1.3
rjagad at gmail.com
Mer 30 Aou 09:29:20 EDT 2006
I found the problem with dependencies. while trying to remove the ipkg
when I type in ipkg remove wifidog I get
ipkg: Canot create directory '/usr/lib/ipkg/lists't: Read-only file system,
No package removed, Nothing to be done. Successfully terminated.
When I do a list in /usr/lib/ipkg/ there is no lists directoray and only
info directory and it has all the package..
I try to uninstall manually from the http://192.168.1.1/ Install software
and click on install and Now my linksys is out of commission. I cannot
access it no more.
If unstall button is going to cause a disaster we should disable it..
On 8/30/06, Wireless Guy <wirelessguy at optonline.net> wrote:
> I finally licked all my issues (not bad for a late night fix.) :)
> Here's my suggestion for you.
> make sure your ipkg.conf has src entries for both the
> /backports/rc5/packages (where wifidog sits)
> and the /whiterussian/newest/....
> As you found out the dependancies are sort of weird and it looks like it
> grabs the right dependancy files when they are also in the ipkg listings
> but it doens't seem to error out]
> for those not in the list.
> Anyhow, first do a ipkg remove wifidog so that you're clean.
> then: you'll need:
> One of these has like 8 other dependancies so don't be suprised when your
> unit installs 1/2 of that whiterussian directory.
> When all is done, edit your wifidog.conf file.
> Let me know how you make out.
> - W
> At 02:12 AM 08/30/2006, you wrote:
> >Subject: [isf-wifidog] Problem with Dependencies in wifidog-beta1.1.3
> > gateway install
> >To: "WiFiDog Captive Portal" <wifidog at listes.ilesansfil.org>
> > <6bf9b20608292215j2bc607c8pf6d38e4c16777a51 at mail.gmail.com>
> >Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"
> >Can somebody tell me what is going ont with this 1.1.3_beta2.-1 How come
> >depencies are missing..
> >Did I forgot to edit some files in /etc if so which ones. ??
> >I heard the older version does not have this problem..
> >Thanks for our help
> >Here is the output from my WRT54G version 4
> >root at OpenWrt:/etc# ipkg install wifidog
> >Installing wifidog (1.1.3_beta2-1) to root...
> >Nothing to be done
> >An error ocurred, return value: 1.
> >Collected errors:
> >ERROR: Cannot satisfy the following dependencies for wifidog:
> > iptables-extra kmod-iptables-extra
> >root at OpenWrt:/# ls
> >bin dev etc jffs lib mnt proc rom sbin tmp usr var
> >root at OpenWrt:/# find . / >files.txt
> >root at OpenWrt:/# grep iptables-extra /files.txt
> >root at OpenWrt:/# grep iptables-extra files.txt
> >root at OpenWrt:/# grep kmod-iptables-extra files.txt
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