If its not in the repos why not cross compile it yourself? Seems would be the easiest route to me. Also I find using opkg install anything from the main repos tends to be VERY hit and miss and does not have all the packages built for it.

I personally find it easiest to install all you need in your own custom image, saves time in the long run since your not installing a package set after install.

If you dont want to compile it yourself look here for the package you want and make sure you get it for the right architectures
http://www.angstrom-distribution.org/repo/



JL




On Mon, Apr 18, 2011 at 8:23 AM, Olivier @ Soudez <monnoliv@soudez.be> wrote:
Hello all,

I'm have an OVERO fire target and I cross-develop with Eclipse.
After several hours (days? :-) ), I managed to cross-debug with Eclipse
and the target automatically using gdb (host) and gdbserver (target),
works fine.
Today, I've flashed a new image on my OVERO SD card, and since gdbserver
was not on the rootfs, I tried to download it afterwards, with these
commands:
sudo opkg update
sudo opkg install gdbserver
but I receive this message:

 * Cannot find package gdbserver

That's really annoying since I cannot find this program already compiled
for the arm.
Is someone can help me?

Regards,

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