USB Tools missing?
Got my Omega2s in early last week, sitting down to work on some things and I think I'm missing something. Expansion Dock, Omega2+, Ethernet Expansion. Configured eth0 for DHCP, reset, obtained IP address. Checked for updates (oupgrade -check) and then updated (oupgrade). Hard power cycle after update (update claimed it was restarting, after 5 minutes console showed no change). Checked updates again, system claims to be up-to-date. Installed python. Went to do a USB check (haven't plugged in the BLE module yet) and lsusb is missing. Can't find any reports of this issue in the forums here or via Google. Can't find documentation indicating that a package needs to be installed/upgraded. Did I mangle something with the upgrade or is lsusb not something that exists for the O2+?
@Brian-Rupe Install it from the repos.
Can't find the package info for it... doesn't seem to be usbtools or usb-tools.... Which package is it part of for this build?
@Brian-Rupe Enable the LEDE-repos in /etc/opkg/distfeeds.conf and do
opkg update, after which
opkg usbutilsshould install what you're looking for.
@WereCatf Uncommented all the lines, opkg update, went back and commented the lines that generated errors (there are 2 repos listed that don't exist, went and verified manually), opkg update, can't install usbutils...
Signature check passed.
root@chef:/etc/opkg# opkg install usbutils
Unknown package 'usbutils'.
.* opkg_install_cmd: Cannot install package usbutils.
Pretty sure I had tried that earlier, but wasn't 100% sure on the package name...
@Brian-Rupe You should have a line
src/gz reboot_base http://downloads.lede-project.org/snapshots/packages/mipsel_24kc/basein there, that's where the package resides. You can, of course, just manually download the package-file from there, too, if you like.
@WereCatf what the crap? I uncommened that line earlier, it generated errors indicating that the Packages.gz file didn't exist. Did it again and now it's loading....
Murphy is a jerk. Thanks for the help.
Kit Bishop last edited by
@Brian-Rupe I have seen a similar thing from time to time. Try it once and it doesn't work, try it again and it does
I suspect this is caused by the targetted site being temporarily down or slow to respond
@Kit-Bishop That would be understandable, but I was actively browsing the directory tree and the directory simply didn't exist. Site was responding ok, returned a list of packages when I browsed other directories, just the one in that line was MIA....
Now to pin down why I'm having the same issue with the obluez packages... heh
And going back and looking at things it's a single repo that's erroring out... it returns 2 errors because it can't find the Packages.gz or the sig file for them...
Signature check passed.
. * opkg_download: Failed to download http://downloads.lede-project.org/snapshots/packages/mipsel_24kc/onion/Packages.gz, wget returned 8.
. * opkg_download: Failed to download http://downloads.lede-project.org/snapshots/packages/mipsel_24kc/onion/Packages.sig, wget returned 8.
Makes a little more sense now....
Jay Whitsitt last edited by
@Brian-Rupe That repo is actually missing altogether. If you go to http://downloads.lede-project.org/snapshots/packages/mipsel_24kc/onion, you get a 404.
Adrian Oprea last edited by
There is no reference in the the repo of "onion", so just edit the distfeeds.conf file
Hope this helped