To avoid conflict and getting correct repository file for transmission. How do I specify from 2 conflicting repository source define in ipkg.conf which one to use for a particular optware update?
you can only comment one of repository source, then ipkg update, ipkg install <package> and then uncomment source.
If two sources have the same package, newer package (version and/or build number) will be selected.
… and be careful w/ dependencies… Different packages have different dependencies, and new versions sometimes have higher versioned dependencies, in turn. ipkg is no where as sophisticated and smart as dpkg, aptitude, apt-get etc in Debian, for instance. It is easier to break things w/ ipkg, so of course, one has to be careful.
Various Broadcom Routers Running TomatoUSB (or DD-WRT) with Airprint & Cloud Print
See my Repo's at http://github.com/davygravy
Extra/Newer Optware ipks not in the dd-wrt/nslu2 feed
davy's 1-wire weather, courtesy of TomatoUSB, Optware & Maxi
So far, I have to repositories in my ipkg.conf
#Uncomment the following line for native packages feed (if any)
src/gz optware http://ipkg.nslu2-linux.org/feeds/optware/ddwrt/cross/stable
dest /opt/ /
src Shibby http://tomato.groov.pl/repo
I need Shibby repository for rsget.pl future update. I just notice having 2 transmission*.ipk, same version, but different compiled time.
So far, no conflict yet.