Humax1# opkg update Downloading http://hpkg.tv/hdrfoxt2/base/Packages.gz. Inflating http://hpkg.tv/hdrfoxt2/base/Packages.gz. Updated list of available packages in /mod/var/opkg/base. Downloading http://hpkg.tv/hdrfoxt2/beta/Packages.gz. Inflating http://hpkg.tv/hdrfoxt2/beta/Packages.gz. Updated list of available packages in /mod/var/opkg/beta. Humax1#
Forget that (it's a stupid message) and fix your DNS or Gateway on the device.My foxsat custom software can't download packages, even though I can see them directly via my browser. After a failure it says "wget: bad address 'hpkg.tv' ", then lower down "Perhaps you need to run 'opkg update'?". How do I do this?
If you set the IP address manually, what did you manually set the Subnet mask and Gateway to?When I enabled DHCP I could no longer communicate with it on 192.168.1.103 which I gave it manually.
In my experience, the DNS server address doesn't need to be on the local network.I did try changing the Foxsat DNS address to the same one my router says it's connected to, but that didn't work, unsurprisingly as the address is too different to be part of my network.
That should work then. The fact that it doesn't points to a typo. somewhere perhaps, but you need to provide the info.for the manual setup I used the router address for both Gateway and DNS, which I use to connect my laptop to the router and internet. Are you saying that the Foxsat might end up with different Gateway and DNS addresses?
Of course. You're not changing anything on the laptop.Would my laptop still be able to access the internet?
That would point to either the gateway or the subnet mask then.I did try changing the Foxsat DNS address to the same one my router says it's connected to, but that didn't work,
It doesn't need to be, fairly obviously, although it can be if ,for example, your router provides such a service (most do), but you are not compelled to use it.unsurprisingly as the address is too different to be part of my network.
Along with the rest of it you systematically avoided answering for whatever reason.What I should have told you
points to a typo. somewhere
So no usable gateway, therefore no DNS and nothing works.addresses were now 192.168.1.154, not 192.168.1.254