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atomizasser

New Around Here
I've installed last version of Asus Merlin.
I have tried to install pyload but now the default version of python in entware is version 3. Pyload still doesn't work with version 3. Is there a way to install version 2 of python?
Thank you.
 

QuikSilver

Very Senior Member
I've installed last version of Asus Merlin.
I have tried to install pyload but now the default version of python in entware is version 3. Pyload still doesn't work with version 3. Is there a way to install version 2 of python?
Thank you.
The old pyLoad package, compatible with Python 2 only, is still available on the stable branch ??
 

atomizasser

New Around Here
Yes, pyLoad still available in stable branch and also in entware repository, but this version require python 2 to work properly and this version is no longer available in entware.
I’ve tried to run pyLoad with python3 but it doesn’t work.
Anyone knows if is possible install python2?
thanks
 

QuikSilver

Very Senior Member
Yes, pyLoad still available in stable branch and also in entware repository, but this version require python 2 to work properly and this version is no longer available in entware.
I’ve tried to run pyLoad with python3 but it doesn’t work.
Anyone knows if is possible install python2?
thanks
I don't think you're gonna get much help from this forum as it deals with Merlin firmware. You need to find a pyLoad forum somewhere as that seems to be your specific issue.
 

atomizasser

New Around Here
Hi @atomizasser ! Did you find any solution for this? I'm dealing with the same issue.

Thanks!

Regards
Yes. Finally I got a python 2 version for armv7-sf. I share it with you by wetransfer. python2 armv7-sf
You must install everything manually.
  1. Extract de zip in usb attached to router (usually /tmp/XX)
  2. ssh to your router and access to extracted archive
  3. install ipk by opkg install python*. You will install the minimum packages for pyload
  4. Then use payload from GitHub Stable branch
  5. Extract pyload on /opt/share/pyload
  6. then you can execute pyload manually python /opt/share/pyload/pyLoadCore.py
 
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maxiarg14

Occasional Visitor
Yes. Finally I got a python 2 version for armv7-sf. I share it with you by wetransfer. python2 armv7-sf
You must install everything manually.
  1. Extract de zip in usb attached to router (usually /tmp/XX)
  2. ssh to your router and access to extracted archive
  3. install ipk by opkg install python*. You will install the minimum packages for pyload
  4. Then use payload from GitHub Stable branch
  5. Extract pyload on /opt/share/pyload
  6. then you can execute pyload manually python /opt/share/pyload/pyLoadCore.py
@atomizasser Thank you very much! I was thinking on install it manually, but I didn't find the file. I have one more question. I have the RT-AC86U, that has armv8 processor. That version for armv7 will work for me??

I think I have to download the version for my hardware. Can be https://pkgs.org/download/python-base (and dependencies)? The version for OpenWRT 19.07 (ipk)?

Thank you again!

Regards,
 
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maxiarg14

Occasional Visitor
@atomizasser Thank you very much! I was thinking on install it manually, but I didn't find the file. I have one more question. I have the RT-AC86U, that has armv8 processor. That version for armv7 will work for me??

I think I have to download the version for my hardware. Can be https://pkgs.org/download/python-base (and dependencies)? The version for OpenWRT 19.07 (ipk)?

Thank you again!

Regards,

I just found an archive of entware that contains the 2.7 version for my hardware (https://bin.entware.net/aarch64-k3.10/archive/prev/).

Thank you very much friend!
 

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