Tue Nov 12 13:02:26 EST 2013
Installing packages on a self-compiled base image
root@portage:/etc# opkg install openvpn-openssl
Installing openvpn-openssl (2.3.2-3) to root...
* satisfy_dependencies_for: Cannot satisfy the following dependencies for openvpn-openssl:
* kernel (= 3.10.18-1-a352f846a01e01046a29af4f5d304b86) *
* opkg_install_cmd: Cannot install package openvpn-openssl.
IIRC there is a way to disable this dependency checking.
Switched to attitude_adjustment repo.
How to override?
opkg install --force-depends
I'm guessing that installing older packages should work, and that
installing newer packages might introduce problems with the older
Looks like openvpn needs kmod-tun and I didn't put that in there.
It's not worth the trouble really.
Better to get a supported router.
EDIT: Let's try to compile the package using the openwrt build. I
still have it in /opt/xc/openwrt/belkin.20130903/trunk
[master] tom@zoo:/opt/xc/openwrt/belkin.20130903/trunk/bin/brcm47xx/packages$ ls -l kmod-tun_3.6.11-1_brcm47xx.ipk
-rw-r--r-- 1 tom tom 11015 Nov 12 13:27 kmod-tun_3.6.11-1_brcm47xx.ipk
I put them here:
This still needs --force-depends, but at least tun.ko loads.
Also, the kmod-tun from attitude adjustment seems to be ignored since mine is newer?