List of ipkg feeds for the LinkStation

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This information is based on the work of frontalot & nix from


Configuring your LinkStation to use a Feed

See Articles/GeneralIpkgOnLinkstation for how to get started. Projects/OpenLink firmwares version 0.60beta (unstable) is preconfigured for the feed. All stable version above come preconfigured for the feeds.

See the configuration file documentation for more details. Feeds

this will be the new the moment they are empty - Mindbender 13:30, 29 June 2006 (EDT)

Feed Submit Comment planed Stable mipsel packages planed Unstable mipsel package Coming soon Stable powerpc packages Coming soon Unstable powerpc packages Coming soon Stable architecture-independent packages Coming soon Unstable architecture-independent packages Feeds

Attention! | The are currently not maintained. Be careful when relying on them. If you install and configure a Openlink 0.5x manually it is likely that you will mess up your LS

The feed is divided into two main sections, stable and unstable, and three architecture sub-sections, powerpc, mipsel and all. The stable feed contains established software packages which have been tested. The unstable feed contains bleeding edge software packages which haven't been thoroughly tested. Novice and mainstream users should stick to the stable feed.

Feed Submit Comment existing Stable mipsel packages existing Unstable mipsel package existing Stable powerpc packages existing Unstable powerpc packages existing Stable architecture-independent packages existing Unstable architecture-independent packages

Other Feeds

The following table lists additional feeds which provide LinkStation software:

Feed Submit Comment  ?  ?  ?

Setting up a Custom Feed

It is relatively simple to set up your own feed, e.g., for distributing LinkStation software via the Internet or within a company's Intranet. See here for information on this matter.