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AM5729: BBAI opkg repo list broken in SDK 6.03.00.106 (am57xx-evm-linux-06.03.00.106.img)

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Part Number: AM5729

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Have the latest SDK full image with Matrix, and opkg update gives all errors to the wget pulls for the update lists...

Downloading gtjenkins.itg.ti.com/arago-src-mirror/pkg_feeds/06.03.00.106//linux/all/Packages.gz.
wget: bad address 'gtjenkins.itg.ti.com'
Downloading gtjenkins.itg.ti.com/arago-src-mirror/pkg_feeds/06.03.00.106//linux/any/Packages.gz.
wget: bad address 'gtjenkins.itg.ti.com'
Downloading gtjenkins.itg.ti.com/arago-src-mirror/pkg_feeds/06.03.00.106//linux/noarch/Packages.gz.
wget: bad address 'gtjenkins.itg.ti.com'
Downloading gtjenkins.itg.ti.com/arago-src-mirror/pkg_feeds/06.03.00.106//linux/armv5hf-vfp/Packages.gz.
wget: bad address 'gtjenkins.itg.ti.com'
Downloading gtjenkins.itg.ti.com/arago-src-mirror/pkg_feeds/06.03.00.106//linux/armv5thf-vfp/Packages.gz.
wget: bad address 'gtjenkins.itg.ti.com'
Downloading gtjenkins.itg.ti.com/arago-src-mirror/pkg_feeds/06.03.00.106//linux/armv5ehf-vfp/Packages.gz.
wget: bad address 'gtjenkins.itg.ti.com'
Downloading gtjenkins.itg.ti.com/arago-src-mirror/pkg_feeds/06.03.00.106//linux/armv5tehf-vfp/Packages.gz.
wget: bad address 'gtjenkins.itg.ti.com'
Downloading gtjenkins.itg.ti.com/arago-src-mirror/pkg_feeds/06.03.00.106//linux/armv6hf-vfp/Packages.gz.
wget: bad address 'gtjenkins.itg.ti.com'
Downloading gtjenkins.itg.ti.com/arago-src-mirror/pkg_feeds/06.03.00.106//linux/armv6thf-vfp/Packages.gz.
wget: bad address 'gtjenkins.itg.ti.com'
Downloading gtjenkins.itg.ti.com/arago-src-mirror/pkg_feeds/06.03.00.106//linux/armv7ahf-vfp/Packages.gz.
wget: bad address 'gtjenkins.itg.ti.com'
Downloading gtjenkins.itg.ti.com/arago-src-mirror/pkg_feeds/06.03.00.106//linux/armv7at2hf-vfp/Packages.gz.
wget: bad address 'gtjenkins.itg.ti.com'
Downloading gtjenkins.itg.ti.com/arago-src-mirror/pkg_feeds/06.03.00.106//linux/armv7ahf-neon/Packages.gz.
wget: bad address 'gtjenkins.itg.ti.com'
Downloading gtjenkins.itg.ti.com/arago-src-mirror/pkg_feeds/06.03.00.106//linux/armv7at2hf-neon/Packages.gz.
wget: bad address 'gtjenkins.itg.ti.com'
Downloading gtjenkins.itg.ti.com/arago-src-mirror/pkg_feeds/06.03.00.106//linux/am57xx_evm/Packages.gz.
wget: bad address 'gtjenkins.itg.ti.com'
Collected errors:
* opkg_download_backend: Failed to download gtjenkins.itg.ti.com/arago-src-mirror/pkg_feeds/06.03.00.106//linux/all/Packages.gz, wget returned 1.
* opkg_download_backend: Failed to download gtjenkins.itg.ti.com/arago-src-mirror/pkg_feeds/06.03.00.106//linux/any/Packages.gz, wget returned 1.
* opkg_download_backend: Failed to download gtjenkins.itg.ti.com/arago-src-mirror/pkg_feeds/06.03.00.106//linux/noarch/Packages.gz, wget returned 1.
* opkg_download_backend: Failed to download gtjenkins.itg.ti.com/arago-src-mirror/pkg_feeds/06.03.00.106//linux/armv5hf-vfp/Packages.gz, wget returned 1.
* opkg_download_backend: Failed to download gtjenkins.itg.ti.com/arago-src-mirror/pkg_feeds/06.03.00.106//linux/armv5thf-vfp/Packages.gz, wget returned 1.
* opkg_download_backend: Failed to download gtjenkins.itg.ti.com/arago-src-mirror/pkg_feeds/06.03.00.106//linux/armv5ehf-vfp/Packages.gz, wget returned 1.
* opkg_download_backend: Failed to download gtjenkins.itg.ti.com/arago-src-mirror/pkg_feeds/06.03.00.106//linux/armv5tehf-vfp/Packages.gz, wget returned 1.
* opkg_download_backend: Failed to download gtjenkins.itg.ti.com/arago-src-mirror/pkg_feeds/06.03.00.106//linux/armv6hf-vfp/Packages.gz, wget returned 1.
* opkg_download_backend: Failed to download gtjenkins.itg.ti.com/arago-src-mirror/pkg_feeds/06.03.00.106//linux/armv6thf-vfp/Packages.gz, wget returned 1.
* opkg_download_backend: Failed to download gtjenkins.itg.ti.com/arago-src-mirror/pkg_feeds/06.03.00.106//linux/armv7ahf-vfp/Packages.gz, wget returned 1.
* opkg_download_backend: Failed to download gtjenkins.itg.ti.com/arago-src-mirror/pkg_feeds/06.03.00.106//linux/armv7at2hf-vfp/Packages.gz, wget returned 1.
* opkg_download_backend: Failed to download gtjenkins.itg.ti.com/arago-src-mirror/pkg_feeds/06.03.00.106//linux/armv7ahf-neon/Packages.gz, wget returned 1.
* opkg_download_backend: Failed to download gtjenkins.itg.ti.com/arago-src-mirror/pkg_feeds/06.03.00.106//linux/armv7at2hf-neon/Packages.gz, wget returned 1.
* opkg_download_backend: Failed to download gtjenkins.itg.ti.com/arago-src-mirror/pkg_feeds/06.03.00.106//linux/am57xx_evm/Packages.gz, wget returned 1.

  • I'm really trying to keep working on this project, just seems that each step is so painful.

    I have a nice perl script that I used on prior builds, show-pins, that worked fine before.  I cannot update packages, opkg repos still down, but I do need to get this script working again, it is invaluable.  I did not write it, I am a consumer.

    Probably be nice to have it in the build, all the time.  There is one in your distro, but it is broken too.

    Love to have the opkg tool work, as well as fix some of the dependencies for some of the tools.

  • In reply to Jim Rhodes1:

    Hope that you all are working, this is really a pain not to have update repos!

  • In reply to Jim Rhodes1:

    Hi Jim,

    Yes, we are working and we are looking into this issue report. Will be back with analysis.

    Regards

    Karthik

  • In reply to Karthik Ramanan:

    Thank you. Same issue from my side but using ti-processor-sdk-linux-am335x-evm-06.03.00.106
    Looking forward to get a status update :)

  • In reply to Karthik Ramanan:

    Hi Karthik,

    What is the plan with this?

  • In reply to J E:

    Hi,

    I checked further and it seems like we have never publicly supported opkg based updates. The URL “gtjenkins.itg.ti.com” is internal to TI, and not expected for customers to work. We are doing some experiments on our side to evaluate how the opkg can be supported widely, but this is not supported for customers at the moment. The SDK documentation will also be updated whenever the support gets added. 

    We provide minimal, base and full rootfs, and if any customizations to the filesystems are required then you can customize the rootfs by rebuilding. 

    Please follow the SDK build instructions for details for build procedure.

    Regards

    Karthik

  • In reply to Karthik Ramanan:

    Karthik,

    Seems like the right answer.  The build is what the build is, if we need to add any other functionality, we need to resolve-qualify-install the dependencies, wget everything that we need, and we are on our own?

    Basic stuff like perl dependencies are broken now...and I cannot get that to work, as basic as that is.  Someone write a very useful script for dumping the pin definitions to the screen, color coded, just nice called show-pins that has issues.

    Is there a reason why opkg was migrated to over apt?  Just curious...

    I am not a distro or kernel guy, just a simple minded coder, so this stuff normally is done for me...

  • In reply to Jim Rhodes1:

    Jim,

    I had this problem at first as well, but I solved it by bitbaking my dependecies and then take the IPK and install them on my board.

  • In reply to J E:

    Hi JE,

    That is the right way to get this done (I'm referring to https://e2e.ti.com/support/processors/f/791/p/903349/3353892#3353892). Thanks for posting it.

    If there are any pending questions related to the topic of discussion, please post it here. If you have any other question, please raise a new thread.

    Regards

    Karthik

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