I have updated TRB140 to latest firmware, however after the update some packages do not seem to be available anymore. Before update I could install all of the following packages:
I need also the following packages, but they were not available before the update, and they are not available after.
You can still access OpenWrt repositories independently. There’s a post explaining how others are doing it: Link to the post .
Thank you. This helped, but as we use different models of modems, it would be best if they worked the same. There is also the package jamvm that was no available. How can I install it? The front page for TRB140 states:
Supported languages: Busybox shell, Lua, C, C++, and Python, Java in Package manager
How can I install java?
To install, use the JamVM OpenWRT package. Just run these two commands:
opkg install jamvm
I tried, but it does not work:
opkg install jamvm
Unknown package ‘jamvm’.
Package installation encountered an error, removing previously installed packages.
I cannot past the output of “opkg update”, as the links are not allowed. opkg update fails to load two files:
Then try using :
opkg -e /etc/opkg/openwrt/distfeeds.conf update
opkg -e /etc/opkg/openwrt/distfeeds.conf install jamvm
I copied the file distfeeds.conf already to /etc/opkg/, so it seems available without mentioning it explicitly. However, the package jamvm is still not available.
It seems that the firmware, which was supposed to include Java, got reverted. As a result, the device doesn’t have the Java package.
You can check the supported packages for TRB140 by visiting this link: TRB140 Package Downloads
I checked all firmware versions from the page above, but none seems to have java available. However java is listed as main feature of the device.
Package is called " Java VM" you can find it present for RUTX series devices.
As example here it is present in RUTX12: RUTX12 Package Downloads - Teltonika Networks Wiki
How does this help? Can it be installed in TRB140? We have developed some software for RUTX50, and we assumed that the same could be run on TRB140 because TRB140 is supposed to support java as well.
I’ve investigated the issue, and it appears to be a mistake in the documentation. Currently, no TRB devices support Java. However, we are now checking to see if TRB series devices are compatible with Java. Thank you for bringing this to our attention.
Thank you. Let me know when you have an update.
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