Git and nano would be my first two requests.
Thanks for the repo. It is really useful.
Thanks for the help AlexT_Intel
My first attempt was with opkg but I don't think that it was included in the standard repo.
My next attempt was to install using PIP but that also runs into errors.
I actually just got it working with debian via chroot, but this isn't really ideal.
I see. You can install pip using standard get-pip.py after installing the below Python packages (all are in the package repo):
+ many modules require these to install:
and its dependency
EDIT: Okay, I've found your post in the thread with the above information (https://communities.intel.com/message/246077#246077), have you tried running it with the "--allow-external" switch as the error message suggested?
I did and got a different error which prompts me to include --allow-unverified which leads to the error bellow.
root@VaneScope2:~# pip install Pygame --allow-unverified Pygame Downloading/unpacking Pygame Pygame is potentially insecure and unverifiable. HTTP error 400 while getting http://www.pygame.org/../../ftp/pygame-1.6.2.tar.bz2 (from http://www.pygame.org/download.shtml) Cleaning up... Exception: Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/pip/basecommand.py", line 122, in main status = self.run(options, args) File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/pip/commands/install.py", line 278, in run requirement_set.prepare_files(finder, force_root_egg_info=self.bundle, bundle=self.bundle) File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/pip/req.py", line 1197, in prepare_files do_download, File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/pip/req.py", line 1375, in unpack_url self.session, File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/pip/download.py", line 547, in unpack_http_url resp.raise_for_status() File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/pip/_vendor/requests/models.py", line 795, in raise_for_status raise HTTPError(http_error_msg, response=self) HTTPError: 400 Client Error: Bad Request Storing debug lofor failure in /home/root/.pip/pip.log
Ah, okay, looks like pip is just plain broken for PyGame: pygame / pygame / issues / #59 - pygame has no pypi page and can't be installed by pip on linux — Bitbucket
So probably the way they advertise on the install page is the one to try.
And BTW looks like we're offtopic here already Let's use this thread for just the package repo and feel free to start another one on PyGame install if the recommended way doesn't work - that would be more helpful for future readers. I'll also post there as soon as I have a chance to take a look at it.
I only checked for git and while writing I remembered nano.
How about PHP? I was thinking of running phoronix benchmark tool and I haven't yet looked for a PHP recipe but I am guessing there must be one.
While you're at it, you can go crazy and get Apache.
I can bribe you with beer if you're based in Munich.
I wanted to build PHP, but looks like they're having problems right now with museum.php.com, which is where the Yocto 1.6 PHP version (5.4.14 or 5.5.2 for mod_php) is stored.
And to be able to build a newer one, I'd need to dig into the recipes as it's unlikely it "just works" if I use new version. Maybe on the weekend
I followed instructions here: Edison Package Repo Configuration Instructions and ran into an issue running opkg update, opkg upgrade. The issue I had was with the kernel image. opkg pulled down "kernel-image-3.10.17-poky-edison+_3.10.17+git0+6ad20f049a_c03195ed6e-r0_edison.ipk" and then proceeded to update things. It then bombed trying to create a symlink in /boot. Since /boot is configured as a vfat fs by default, symlinks aren't supported. Manually renaming the file (forgoing the whole symlink deal) seemed to resolve the issue. Also, given that vmlinuz isn't deleted in this process, the upgrade causes opkg to run out of space and the update fails at this point.
The work around is pretty easy, but I just wanted to let everyone else know in case it catches someone else off guard. It would probably be good to update the control file in the package so this isn't an issue or change the package in such a way so that opkg doesn't think it's a drop-in replacement for the stock kernel.
Thanks for the repo btw. Very useful!
First off, I think what AlexT is doing is great! But, being used to apt-get on Debian systems, I have a question on Apache2/PHP
To set this up, I normally do a "apt-get install apache2 php5 libapache2-mod-php5". I'm trying to correlate that with what's available in the new repo. Any help?
Hmm, that's interesting, I'll check this, the kernel version shouldn't be different from the one installed by default. Generally, you don't do "opkg upgrade" after "opkg update" with this repo (though I understand why you may want to do this), because there aren't any updated packages in the sense of "opkg upgrade".
Thanks for sharing your experience, that's useful. I mostly intend this repo (at least for now) to be a source of additional packages, not the one you'd update your whole OS from, so that's the use case it's not prepared for
This one would be "opkg install apache2 modphp" with the only problem being that mod_php package is not there yet The default recipe in this Yocto version is pointing to museum.php.net and looks like they're having some problems with that website's hosting right now, so it doesn't build.
But Apache itself is already there. The approach you could use for finding out the package name would be to go directly to the package repo listing at Index of /edison/repo/core2-32 and then just search for the common part of the name like "apache" or "php", which would point you to the specific package and its name respectively.
I'm going to look into building a newer PHP version this weekend and will announce the package addition in the repo thread if I succeed.
I've uploaded the updated Apache package (2.4.10), mod_php (5.5.15) and MySQL (MariaDB actually, 5.5.39) to the repo.
rubidium Installation command is exactly what I mentioned above, "opkg install apache2 modphp", it will pull the dependencies automatically.