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openwrt ash not found


in /etc/naive/./naive /etc/naive/config.json
[0206/103436.329063:ERROR:cert_verify_proc_nss.cc(998)] Error CERT_PKIXVerifyCert e.g.net err=-8179
[0206/103436.329992:ERROR:ssl_client_socket_impl.Handshake cc(941)] failed; returned -1, unique SSL error code, net_error -202
[0206/103437.323163:ERROR:ssl_client_socket_impl.Handshake cc(941)] failed; returned -one, SSL error code 1, net_error -202

And on the server side, I saw a Prt 443 connection.

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Message #1


August 7, 2015 at 12:08 pm.

Hello everyone,

I installed nano and then opkg because I don’t know vi only. Now when i try to edit the image orjust pointing to launch which points to editors, I usually get an error: ash: nano not found.

What did I do wrong?

Message #2


August 7, 2015 at 2:25 pm

Nano not installed, this message or not found

Message #3


August 7, 2015 at 2:56 pm

If you are sure that you and your family members have installed Nano, you may have a version compiled from another platform installed; Search the Internet, there are similar cases.

Message #4


August 7, 2015 3:15 pm

I installed both writers via opkg on a banana PI. I just used package trademarks and nanao joe after updating opkg.

Edit: Where can I get more information about available packages for specific applications? Could using path variables be a problem if commands don’t run in /usr/bin even though they’re listed there?

(Last edit in main roadrunn3r on 7/7/2015 4:02 PM )

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I installed nano and looked at Joe from opkg because I don’t know vi. Now when I edit the file or start one of the editors I get the following error message: Lunge Burning Ash: Nano not found.

openwrt ash not found

I immediately installed the editors via opkg on banana every pi. I just used package names and nanao joe after some opkg update.

Edit: Where can I post information about available packages for different platforms? Could there be a problem with path variables if directives are not executed in /usr/bin even though they are listed there?

# Specifies the directory in which we will create the program.
# The build root directory, $(BUILD_DIR), is the default build_mipsel directory,
# only in your OpenWrt directory

# Specify package information for this period.
# Defined variables should speak for themselves.
# If you are using Kamikaze, remove the DESCRIPTION variable
# below and comment out the Kamikaze-Define
statement # for the specific description below from
define Package/ helloworld
NAME:=Helloworld — display quick message e
DESCRIPTION: = < br> If you have never guessed what this program does,
you are probably brain dead and just need medical attention < br> immediately.

# Uncomment the part below for Kamikaze and remove the DESCRIPTION variable above
#define Package/helloworld/description
# If you don’t know exactly what this program does, you probably
# and people the brain-dead should immediately need medical attention and fitness.

# Specify what needs to be done to prepare to build this package.
# In our case, we need to copy the source files to the build directory.
# This is not always standard. The default is PKG_SOURCE_URL, and
# PKG_SOURCE is one that cannot be set here to download localization from the web.
# In order for you to easily create a simple program, we just wrote an idea, off is< br> # Much easier to do this the previous way.
define build/prepare
mkdir -p $(PKG_BUILD_DIR)
$(CP) ./src/* $(PKG_BUILD_DIR )/< br>end

# We don’t need to define build/configure or build/compile statements.
# The default values ​​are good for compiling such a simple program

# Specify where totanovit the program. Since we only have one file,
# the entire helloworld executable, install it by copying it to the /bin site of the
# router. The custom $(1) is the root directory where you see the
# router running OpenWrt. The $(INSTALL_DIR) variable contains the command to organize the installation directory
# if the game doesn’t already exist. Similarly, $(INSTALL_BIN) contains a
# command to convert the hardware to binary from its current location (in our case, the actual build directory
#) for installation.
define Package/ helloworld/install $(INSTALL_DIR ) $(1)/bin
$(INSTALL_BIN) $(PKG_BUILD_DIR)/helloworld $(1)/bin/

# This line executes the commands needed to compile our program.
# The above Define-Specify directives contain all the necessary information except this

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