* arne anka <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> [2008-09-03 10:48 +0200]: > > > I tried to find a kernel package to check but I couldn't find one. > > how's that? > if you don't find a kernel package then probably none would be installed. > if you got an opkg based distribution installed that already had a kernel > upgrade via opkg, look into /usr/lib/opkg/ (i think).
Aha, you're right! I was trying to download an opk file, didn't think of looking the opkg directory (for some reason I was convinced that opkg removes these scripts to gain some space). So Qtopia's postinst script contains (...) if [ -f /etc/default/flashkernel ] ; then echo "Upgrading Kernel in Flash" echo "DO NOT stop this process" (flashing...) else touch /etc/default/flashkernel fi (I'll check OM2008, I suppose it's the same.) So doing rm /etc/default/flashkernel ; opkg upgrade seems to do what I want. I'll try it. I wonder why the file is created when it doesn't exist, however. > furthermore, opkg might have an option to not execute scripts upon > installation. Maybe, but that would apply to all packages upgraded by an "opkg upgrade" session. Thanks for the hint, Arne! -- MiKael _______________________________________________ Openmoko community mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community