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aamirmahmood


Hi,

Given that I have openwrt-SDK, how can I add a missing package in the SDK (e.g. pygobject)? I need to build pygtk and it requires to have pygobject package.

I am using the SDK provide here by Sonnyyu:

http://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=305926.0


Any ideas?

- Aamir

jessemonroy650

Given that I have openwrt-SDK, how can I add a missing package in the SDK (e.g. pygobject)?
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Any ideas?
I would recommend visiting SonnyYu's website. http://ibuyopenwrt.com/
He has many answers there.

Jesse

sonnyyu

Hi,

Given that I have openwrt-SDK, how can I add a missing package in the SDK (e.g. pygobject)? I need to build pygtk and it requires to have pygobject package.

I am using the SDK provide here by Sonnyyu:

http://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=305926.0


Any ideas?

- Aamir

pygobject is available.

Code: [Select]

opkg update
root@Arduino:~# opkg list |grep python-gobject
python-gobject - 2.16.0-1 - GLib bindings for python


But GTK+ is not.

GTK+ is a highly usable, feature rich toolkit for creating graphical user interfaces which boasts cross platform compatibility and an easy to use API.







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