Posted: Wed Jun 27, 2012 6:19 Post subject: ipkg problem together with lighty
I have a problem with ipkg. We have developed a software-package and packed it into the .ipk format using ipkg-build including a preinst and postinst script.
As long as I use a console (telnet on the target) to install, everything workes fine and I can install the whole package without any problems and run the program.
We also have a lighttpd server running on the target to enable user-access. On this user-interface there is a possibility to install an update, which calls a script that downloads the package via ftp and attempts to install it. This fails. Ipkg starts but aborts with a segfault some time into the process of upgrading. Here's some messages (I used -V3 verbosety):
The web-update uses a shell-script (/bin/sh embetted into BusyBox) which in turn calls the update-script using nohup. The update-script then downloads the package and calls ipkg. I tried calling the update-script using nohup on a console. I also tried calling the script usually called by the web-server and simulated the behavior of lighty in this case. Both console-based operations succeed.
The only difference seems to be either the absence of a console, when lighty calls the script or a different user when lighty calls. I have already changed the user-settings in lighty and those being used when building the package. At the moment I am adding whoami to my busybox to make sure nothing bad happens in that direction.
I have read about similar bugs in ipkg being reported, but none of the suggested fixes have helped me. Does anyone know of a site where ipkg is still being developed? Or has anyone encountered a similar problem? Thanks for your help.
BTW: The target is an iMX35 based on an ARMv6 architecture. The os is build using pengutronix OSLEAS.BSP and is based on the linux-kernel 3.2.13.
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