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  1.    #1  
    I followed the instruction for rooting and made a mistake on this line

    echo "src/gz native http://ipkg.nslu2-linux.org/feeds/optware/cs08q1armel/native/unstable" >> /opt/etc/ipkg/optware.conf

    I mistyped the URL, and so it can't find the file(s). I went back and re-ran that line, but it didnt correct the problem. HOw do i "remove" that file path and reset it? Tried to install openSSH and it doesn't seem to be working (I am installing over a USB cable, fyi). I am guessing it is because of the above issue. When I check for my IP, I only get a hardware address.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jordonmusser View Post
    I followed the instruction for rooting and made a mistake on this line

    echo "src/gz native http://ipkg.nslu2-linux.org/feeds/optware/cs08q1armel/native/unstable" >> /opt/etc/ipkg/optware.conf

    I mistyped the URL, and so it can't find the file(s). I went back and re-ran that line, but it didnt correct the problem. HOw do i "remove" that file path and reset it? Tried to install openSSH and it doesn't seem to be working (I am installing over a USB cable, fyi). I am guessing it is because of the above issue. When I check for my IP, I only get a hardware address.
    Edit the file directly, and remove the offending line.

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  3.    #3  
    Would you throw some linux commands my way? I will admit this is well beyond my knowledge.
  4. #4  
    cd /opt/etc/ipkg/
    vi optware.conf

    (vi is difficult to use, look at basic linux commands on the wiki for help with it.)

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