I’m using an AR-300M with firmware 2.264, and the opkg repository urls have been removed and they return 404 now.
Anyone knows where they moved it? Or did they simply deleted it? This will affect so many devices for such an inexpensive storage.
I am configuring a router with firmware 2.264 that says that the updating service is unavailable, probably there are updates… but it can’t reach that repo either.
When I try to upload the latest firmware on the website it says “Error: Firmware is not for this hardware.”
I just want to know where did they move the old repos
But the newer firmware can’t be uploaded to the old boards like I tried. It says “Firmware is not for this hardware”.
By removing this I’m left with no choice, and fleet of routers that cannot be updated, nor can I install the needed packages which were working just fine.
Now when they are reset, I can’t reinstall anything and am left with a useless thing for our needs all because of this decision… they didn’t have to delete it, legacy stuff needs to keep running.
Do you know when this happened? No warnings were done either about discontinuation.
They didn’t even give us a chance to download these packages manually and install offline.
If anyone has a clone server or alternative of that repo, please post it
I managed to get it flashed, but now my python install but don’t run in this new version.
Everything was working fine, it cost them nothing to keep the repository live… now it’s all broken. Packages install, but system dependencies are missing.
I will try the /testing ones too, but they only have for version 3.x.x, I’m sure it won’t work either.