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April 13, 2008, at 08:03 PM by marceln -- Added sluginfo page.
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There is a second page "http://<your slug>/Management/sluginfo.cgi" which gives a lot useful information for trouble shooting.

June 18, 2007, at 04:53 PM by Reedy Boy -- Minor fixes
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ipkg-web is shell script which runs as cgi script. It is slow but a litle faster if it can use bash. So i recommend to install bash.

The positive feedback showed me that such a page is usefull.

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ipkg-web is shell script which runs as cgi script. It is slow but a little faster if it can use bash. So i recommend to install bash (ipkg install bash).

The positive feedback showed me that such a page is useful.

June 17, 2007, at 10:33 PM by marceln -- Status update ipkg-web
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As soon as i have time i will work on the wish list:

  • Selection option to filter packages
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Bug Fixes:

 Sync package list with the repositories. 
 Package list 
 cat: /tmp/list: No such file or directory 
 taskPackageI-VerP?-VerCommentDelete?
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  • Selection option for package names and status
November 10, 2006, at 09:04 PM by Reedy Boy -- Removed Comments un-needed
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yes it would be helpful and convienent:)


This could be very useful. I think you should extend this so you can select to view only packages you have installed, all the packages you do not have installed, all the packages period, and give an option to uninstall the ones you do have installed.


And while you're at it: Some method to update the list of available packages from the repo servers could be handy too.


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Bug Fixes:

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 taskPackageI-VerP?-VerCommentDelete?

This is fixed in version 3 which i commited to cvs.

Ah, i was just going to report that after going to 6.8 it worked, but i did reinstall from scratch

Thanks for fixing it!

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 taskPackageI-VerP?-VerCommentDelete?
April 14, 2006, at 08:22 AM by Reedy Boy --
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This is fixed in version 3 which i commited to cvs.

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This is fixed in version 3 which i commited to cvs.

Ah, i was just going to report that after going to 6.8 it worked, but i did reinstall from scratch

Thanks for fixing it!

April 13, 2006, at 08:27 PM by marceln -- Bug fixed
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  • Fixed bug "No such file /tmp/list"
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Sync package list with the repositories. Package list cat: /tmp/list: No such file or directory taskPackageI-VerP?-VerCommentDelete?

Me and a couple of people are getting this when you load page, and you cant do anything

We have bash installed

Tried to put it on SlugBug? but it isn't working properly and i cant register

Reedy Boy

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 Sync package list with the repositories. 
 Package list 
 cat: /tmp/list: No such file or directory 
 taskPackageI-VerP?-VerCommentDelete?

This is fixed in version 3 which i commited to cvs.

April 13, 2006, at 06:39 PM by Reedy Boy -- Added Bug
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And while you're at it: Some method to update the list of available packages from the repo servers could be handy too.

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And while you're at it: Some method to update the list of available packages from the repo servers could be handy too.


Sync package list with the repositories. Package list cat: /tmp/list: No such file or directory taskPackageI-VerP?-VerCommentDelete?

Me and a couple of people are getting this when you load page, and you cant do anything

We have bash installed

Tried to put it on SlugBug? but it isn't working properly and i cant register

Reedy Boy

April 06, 2006, at 09:05 PM by marceln -- Updated this page for version 2
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ipkg-web is shell script which runs as cgi script. It is slow but a litle faster if it can use bash. So i recommend to install bash.

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  • Delete option for installed packages
  • Update of the package database
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Fullfiled wishes:

  • Delete option for installed packages
  • Update of the package database
March 31, 2006, at 05:37 PM by marceln -- Update on feedback
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This is just a small test to see if such a page would be usefull.

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The positive feedback showed me that such a page is usefull.

As soon as i have time i will work on the wish list:

  • Delete option for installed packages
  • Update of the package database
  • Selection option to filter packages
March 31, 2006, at 06:45 AM by Patrick Schneider --
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This could be very useful. I think you should extend this so you can select to view only packages you have installed, all the packages you do not have installed, all the packages period, and give an option to uninstall the ones you do have installed.

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This could be very useful. I think you should extend this so you can select to view only packages you have installed, all the packages you do not have installed, all the packages period, and give an option to uninstall the ones you do have installed.


And while you're at it: Some method to update the list of available packages from the repo servers could be handy too.

March 31, 2006, at 02:23 AM by Jeremy -- Suggestion
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yes it would be helpful and convienent:)

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yes it would be helpful and convienent:)


This could be very useful. I think you should extend this so you can select to view only packages you have installed, all the packages you do not have installed, all the packages period, and give an option to uninstall the ones you do have installed.

March 24, 2006, at 03:47 PM by janne5011 --
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March 24, 2006, at 03:46 PM by janne5011 --
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This is just a small test to see if such a page would be usefull.

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This is just a small test to see if such a page would be usefull.

yes it would be helpful and convienent:)

March 24, 2006, at 11:41 AM by marceln -- Information about ipkg-web
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The ipkg web package installs a web page "http://<your slug>/Management/package.cgi" on your slug. This web page shows:

  • All the packages and version in the repository
  • The version of the installed packages
  • A link to install or update the package

This is just a small test to see if such a page would be usefull.

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Based on work by Reedy Boy, marceln, Patrick Schneider, Jeremy, and janne5011.
Originally by marceln.
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