|Developer(s)||Carl Worth, Steve Ayer, Jamey Hicks|
|Stable release||0.99.163 / May 30, 2006|
ipkg, or the Itsy Package Management System, was a lightweight package management system designed for embedded devices that resembled Debian's dpkg. It was used in the Unslung operating system for the Linksys NSLU2 (Optware), in OpenWrt, Openmoko, webOS, Gumstix, the iPAQ, QNAP NASes, Synology NASes and elsewhere.
The development for this project has been discontinued. Many projects which formerly used ipkg have adopted the ipkg fork opkg for a replacement.
To install a .ipkg package or to upgrade an existing package:
ipkg install ipkgFile
where ipkgFile is the name of the .ipk software package.
The list of possible packages to install from the currently defined repositories can be obtained with:
The list of installed packages can be obtained with:
To remove an installed package:
ipkg remove packagename
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