Upgrades

Angstrom-Beagleboard-demo-image-glibc-ipk-2009.X-stable-20090612--beagleboard.rootfs.tar.bz
contains a 2.6.29-r37 kernel, but "opkg upgrade" installed a
2.6.29-r35+git one instead.
I've seen unstable has a 2.6.29-r41 kernel, but no distribution built
for it.
Other than installing individual packages, is there a way to upgrade to
unstable?
Perhaps by altering the URL's in /etc/opkg/* to point to unstable?
Thanks and Regards
Sid.

Still trying. I am using wget to download the unstable packages, then I
shall try upgrading from the local directory.
Regards
Sid.

switching to unstable is only supported by a reinstall, too many
things have changed.

Op 15 aug 2009 om 03:29 heeft Sid Boyce <sboyce@blueyonder.co.uk> het
volgende geschreven:\

switching to unstable is only supported by a reinstall, too many
things have changed.

Presumably I can do that with opkg from a local directory. It would have
been nice if the same was done for beagleboard as for other boards,
producing a tar.bz2 file which could make it easier.
Regards
Sid.

Op 15 aug 2009 om 18:31 heeft Sid Boyce <sboyce@blueyonder.co.uk> het
volgende geschreven:\

switching to unstable is only supported by a reinstall, too many
things have changed.

Presumably I can do that with opkg from a local directory. It would
have
been nice if the same was done for beagleboard as for other boards,
producing a tar.bz2 file which could make it easier.

you mean like Narcissus does for you?

Op 15 aug 2009 om 18:31 heeft Sid Boyce <sboyce@blueyonder.co.uk> het
volgende geschreven:\

switching to unstable is only supported by a reinstall, too many
things have changed.

Presumably I can do that with opkg from a local directory. It would
have
been nice if the same was done for beagleboard as for other boards,
producing a tar.bz2 file which could make it easier.

you mean like Narcissus does for you?

Thanks, never heard of it before, used google to find it and the built
image is now downloading - very neat.
Regards
Sid.