VOXL software is distributed as IPK packages managed by the OPKG package manager very similarly to .deb packages in Debian/Ubuntu.
All modalai package repositories are available at http://voxl-packages.modalai.com/ allowing opkg to install and update packages using an internet connection.
This is the default-enabled repository and consists of the latest stable packages. This is what we recommend you use, no further configuration is necessary as VOXL comes with the stable repository enabled out of the box.
This is the development repository containing untested experimental software that is automatically pushed via CI on every commit made by ModalAI’s software team. This repository mostly serves for ModalAI to use internally, but is also useful for customers who are testing new features before they are considered stable.
This repository contains customer-specific packages that are not part of the standard voxl-suite. Packages here are not intended for general public use, but are still publically available with permission from the customer for ease of distribution.
To enable/disable repositories on VOXL simple edit the end of the /etc/opkg/opkg.conf file.
yocto:/# vi /etc/opkg/opkg.conf
. . . src/gz stable http://voxl-packages.modalai.com/stable ## uncomment line below to enable development repository #src/gz dev http://voxl-packages.modalai.com/dev
Then tell OPKG to download the new package manifest, this is the equivalent of
apt update in Debian/Ubuntu.
yocto:/# opkg update Downloading http://voxl-packages.modalai.com/stable/Packages.gz. Updated source 'stable'. yocto:/#