Diversion Diversion gives error when installing youtube adblocking

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Ojee

Occasional Visitor
I have Diversion running on my Asus RT-AC87U and it works perfectly. However when I try to install youtube ad blocking (b-8), I get this error:
error installation of required entware package bind-dig failed
What does this mean and how do I fix it?
 

L&LD

Part of the Furniture
What firmware are you using on the RT-AC87U? What version of amtm are you running? Is this a new install or has Diversion been running for a while already? What other scripts and features/options past defaults are you using on the router? Any other servers (pi-hole?) on your network?
 

Ojee

Occasional Visitor
I'm running the latest Merlin firmware. I don't know what amtm is. This install of Diversion has been running for 2 years. This is the only script running on the router.It is also the only adblocker on the network. I don't have pi-hole.
 

thelonelycoder

Part of the Furniture
I have Diversion running on my Asus RT-AC87U and it works perfectly. However when I try to install youtube ad blocking (b-8), I get this error:

What does this mean and how do I fix it?
Looks like you need to check for and update Entware packages first. In Diversion enter ep, 6, 5.
amtm is a front end that manages popular scripts that I develop so users don't need to enter complicated commands to install, manage and check for script updates.
amtm is included in all recent Asuswrt-Merlin firmware builds. Just enter amtm in the terminal to experience the magic ;)
 

KGB7

Very Senior Member
Looks like you need to check for and update Entware packages first. In Diversion enter ep, 6, 5.
amtm is a front end that manages popular scripts that I develop so users don't need to enter complicated commands to install, manage and check for script updates.
amtm is included in all recent Asuswrt-Merlin firmware builds. Just enter amtm in the terminal to experience the magic ;)

Thanks for the suggestion. This fixed same exact issue for me on Asus AC68.

Cheers.
 

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