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    hk242
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    Is the package repository (http://ipkg.fireflymediaserver.org/armeb/Packages) no longer available ?

    Additionally, the link to the stable releases now points to sourceforge…

    cu
    hk242

    #15948

    hk242
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    @hk242 wrote:

    Is the package repository (http://ipkg.fireflymediaserver.org/armeb/Packages) no longer available ?

    Additionally, the link to the stable releases now points to sourceforge…

    cu
    hk242

    Am I the only one using this link or is nobody wondering why “ipkg update” returns with an error ?

    #15949

    rsl360
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    @hk242 wrote:

    Am I the only one using this link or is nobody wondering why “ipkg update” returns with an error ?

    No, I tried it and got the same thing. It looks like the server is down.

    “Downloading http://ipkg.fireflymediaserver.org/armeb/Packages
    wget: Unable to connect to remote host (208.97.168.118): Connection timed out”

    It’s been a weekend or holiday since you first posted this, maybe it will come back up today.

    rsl

    #15950

    rpedde
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    @hk242 wrote:

    Is the package repository (http://ipkg.fireflymediaserver.org/armeb/Packages) no longer available ?

    Additionally, the link to the stable releases now points to sourceforge…

    cu
    hk242

    dns foulup. Fixed pending propagation. Although I did roll the ipkg repos back to 1586. So I’m going to keep the ipkg repos at the “stable nightly” point for those folks that follow the howto without realizing that the ipkgs are sometimes b0rk3n.

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