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Hello,

This error occurs when I try to install ZeroTier, the download is correct but the installation fails. There is nothing relevant in the log files.

Edit: after trying a few times, I have this message (with strace)

read(13<socket:[3069]>, "\3\0\0\10\321\2353J\7\0\1\220\205\0\0\20\0\4code\0\0\0\0\0\0\203\0\0\330\0\6stdout\0\0\0\0Installing tlt_custom_pkg_zerotier (2020-04-20) to root...\nMultiple packages (libpthread and libpthread) providing same name marked HOLD or PREFER. Using latest.\nConfiguring tlt_custom_pkg_zerotier.\n\0\203\0\0\241\0\6stderr\0\0\0\0Collected errors:\n * satisfy_dependencies_for: Cannot satisfy the following dependencies for tlt_custom_pkg_zerotier:\n * \tluci-app-zerotier-tlt\n\0\0\0\0", 408) = 408

sendmsg(30<socket:[19163586]>, {msg_name=NULL, msg_namelen=0, msg_iov=[{iov_base="\0\2\0@\321\2353J", iov_len=8}, {iov_base="\0\0\1\234\3\0\0\10\321\2353J\7\0\1\220\205\0\0\20\0\4code\0\0\0\0\0\0\203\0\0\330\0\6stdout\0\0\0\0Installing tlt_custom_pkg_zerotier (2020-04-20) to root...\nMultiple packages (libpthread and libpthread) providing same name marked HOLD or PREFER. Using latest.\nConfiguring tlt_custom_pkg_zerotier.\n\0\203\0\0\241\0\6stderr\0\0\0\0Collected errors:\n * satisfy_dependencies_for: Cannot satisfy the following dependencies for tlt_custom_pkg_zerotier:\n * \tluci-app-zerotier-tlt\n\0\0\0\0", iov_len=412}], msg_iovlen=2, msg_controllen=0, msg_flags=0}, 0) = 420

And the last time it worked, or so it appears ...
Regards,

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Hello,

I tried to replicate the issue on my side to test if its with FW. 

But i was able to install zerotier without any issues .

I recommend you to try re-flashing the FW without keeping settings. 

Or better try re-flashing in Boot loader menu. 

Firmware upgrade process via bootloader requires only few simple steps:

  1. power OFF the device;
  2. set a Static IP on your PC, e.g. 192.168.1.50;
  3. press and hold the RESET button on the back-panel side of the router;
  4. power ON the router and wait 3-4 seconds until all LAN LEDs start blinking simultaneously, then - release the RESET button;
  5. to enter the bootloader's WebUI, open your browser (Chrome, Firefox, Opera) in Private mode and enter http://192.168.1.1/index.html;
  6. once in bootloader's WebUI you can upgrade the firmware

Thank you.

Have a good day. 

Regards,

Ahmed

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Hello Ahmed,

Thank you for your answer, in fact the installation worked fine after several attempts and I didn't strace the process soon enough to gather the most important information about dependencies. I suspect something is out of wack in 02.06 because installing for example openssh-client (or sudo as documented by another user of the forum) with opkg gives unresolved dependencies on libraries versions.

You can check this issue with: opkg update; opkg install sudo; sudo --> library not found.

And about reinstalling from the bootloader: the device is in a hard to reach location, I'll do that only on last ditch effort ...

Regards,
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Hello,

Could you please share a troubleshoot file for the device.

Please keep the device on for 15 minutes before downloading troubleshoot file. 

Troubleshoot file could be downloaded in System>Administration>Troubleshoot.

Regards,

Ahmed