Did you download the packages from the AlexT's repo? If so, why don't you try building them from source, you might get different results.
I will post a couple of links that you might find helpful.
yes i did and so far everything run out if the box..
hoped their would be a simple solution ;-)
but lets give it a try
I see… I suggested to build the packages from source because, I've had some issues (not sure why) with some packages that I downloaded from AlexT's repo when I used them as dependencies for other packages (not found on AlexT's repo). So, I thought you might be having a similar behavior. Try it and let us know how it goes.
well it could be that he uses a slightly different kernel image... i found a thread about that..
It could be, so, I believe the best approach for this cases are to build it from source. Try it and let us know what happens.
ok now i got it working... i forgot the libmysqlclient-r, however i cant remember that one was yesterday already in alex repo And i still got an error that a link as missing
now it looks like ... although some of the packages might still be superfluous
opkg install git
opkg install python-pip
opkg install mariadb
opkg install libmysqlclient-r
opkg install libmysqlclient-dev
opkg install libmysqlclient18
opkg install libmysqld18
opkg install apache2
--- not really sure if this was an issue but it solved the problem ---
ln -s libmysqlclient_r.so.18 libmysqlclient_r.so
pip install MySQL-python
thanks peter for your help
I'm glad the issue was solved. If you ever have any other issue, don't hesitate to come back to the community, we are here to help.