You should therefore only upgrade non-kernel packages.
opkg files asterisk18 Package asterisk18 (126.96.36.199-1) is installed on root and has the following files: /usr/lib/asterisk/modules/res_rtp_/usr/lib/asterisk/modules/codec_/etc/asterisk//usr/lib/asterisk/modules/format_wav_/usr/lib/asterisk/modules/app_/usr/lib/asterisk/modules/chan_/usr/lib/asterisk/modules/app_/usr/lib/asterisk/modules/app_/usr/lib/asterisk/modules/format_/usr/lib/asterisk/modules/func_/usr/lib/asterisk/modules/func_/etc/asterisk//etc/asterisk//usr/lib/asterisk/modules/format_/etc/asterisk//etc/init.d/asterisk /etc/asterisk//usr/lib/asterisk/modules/res_rtp_/etc/asterisk//etc/asterisk//usr/lib/asterisk/modules/codec_/etc/asterisk//usr/lib/asterisk/modules/func_/usr/lib/asterisk/modules/app_/usr/lib/asterisk/modules/format_/etc/asterisk/sip_/etc/asterisk//etc/default/asterisk /usr/sbin/asterisk /usr/lib/asterisk/modules/pbx_/usr/lib/asterisk/modules/func_Package: horst Version: 2.0-rc1-2 Depends: libncurses Provides: Status: install user installed Section: net Architecture: ar71xx Maintainer: Bruno Randolf MD5Sum: 378cea9894ec971c419876e822666a6a Size: 19224 Filename: horst_2.0-rc1-2_ar71Source: feeds/packages/net/horst Description: [horst] is a scanning and analysis tool for 802.11 wireless networks and especially IBSS (ad-hoc) mode and mesh networks (OLSR). So if you would like to know, how much storage a package and all of it's dependencies would need, at the moment, you will have to piece this information together with the This only works for installed packages.
That way the router continues to provide all relevant services, even with external storage disconnected.
Problems arose with these packages, when installing to external drive: Some programs need additional config files to run, and you will have to create soft links between the root filesystem and the external storage one (e.g. As an example, to successfully run Midnight Commander after installing it on a USB stick, you must run:#!
First, I'll walk you through updating the mirror list to utilize mirrors that are fastest for you.As long as you use Pacman wisely and update your packages regularly, you should never run into problems with things breaking and packages not working with Arch.The following will outline my recommendations for keeping Arch up to date and running like the day you installed it, or better!These are little things that can sometimes make a big difference.A lot of people overlook them or are too lazy to properly configure things like Pacman (the package manager) so it never gets done on their systems.I have assumed that you are a sudoer for all of the following commands.