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Old 12-12-2012, 11:11 AM
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Before trying entware, i would like to have a look at the contents of the repository, but I haven't been able to find that link. Can you please provide it?

A second question, would the entware work after a firmware upgrade as downloadmaster does (ok, with mixed results...)?

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You can browse the list of packages through the SVN repo:

http://code.google.com/p/wl500g-repo...ipkg%2Fopenwrt

Note that this list is paged, there's a "Next" link in the header to browse through other pages.

EDIT: or view the actual repo index from http://wl500g-repo.googlecode.com/sv...enwrt/Packages
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You can browse the list of packages through the SVN repo:

http://code.google.com/p/wl500g-repo...ipkg%2Fopenwrt

Note that this list is paged, there's a "Next" link in the header to browse through other pages.

EDIT: or view the actual repo index from http://wl500g-repo.googlecode.com/sv...enwrt/Packages
Thanks, this week-end I'll give it a try.

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Before trying entware, i would like to have a look at the contents of the repository, but I haven't been able to find that link. Can you please provide it?
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A second question, would the entware work after a firmware upgrade as downloadmaster does (ok, with mixed results...)?
Yes, as long as a start scripts are the part of other settings.
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Is it possible to add a buildroot/gcc package to entware (also automake, autoconf, etc)?

Because with optware you have that and i compile small things on the router itself (is faster than crosscompiling and trasnferring everytime)!
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Is it possible to add a buildroot/gcc package to entware (also automake, autoconf, etc)?
In fact, Entware is OpenWRT, so no native compilation is provided. Not for now, not in future.

A modern gcc eats too much memory for running on embedded devices. We may port it without any optimisations (-O2, -O3, -Os), but it will be useless.
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Well that really sucks for me, because i was compiling oscam package (ipk) for the WL500gP Router on itself and with the normale optware from merlin-asuswrt, it is possible to compile it (as it has buildroot).

But merlin said, that you cannot have entware and optware at the same time or?
Or is it possible to have both at same time (with some tweaks and tricks - I have more than basic skills in linux and I am a software developer )?
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Two more questions:
- needed dependencies are automatically installed?
- is it available a document describing the path of the installed files?

Thanks for the answers to my previous post.

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Well that really sucks for me, because i was compiling oscam package (ipk) for the WL500gP Router on itself and with the normale optware from merlin-asuswrt, it is possible to compile it (as it has buildroot).

But merlin said, that you cannot have entware and optware at the same time or?
Or is it possible to have both at same time (with some tweaks and tricks - I have more than basic skills in linux and I am a software developer )?
You would probably need to install Optware in a separate directory, and have a script at boot time that takes care of mounting either the Entware repo or the Optware repo on top of /opt.
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That could work, but i would also like to run php-5.4 for OwnCloud and that is just at entware available (as optware has just php 5.2 and 5.3 is needed for OwnCloud).
So my main problem is that i have to compile php >5.3 for optware...

So either i make a /optEntware and /optOptware and decide on boot, which i mount over /opt or i get >php5.3 on optware (shouldnt be to hard, as i can store a little key-value pair in the nvram for that).

Or: Is there anywhere a cross-compile HowTO for the asuswrt image? As i have some experiences with cross compiling, i know that i need a toolchain for the router, but dunno which one is supported for optware/merlin-asuswrt.
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