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#Categories NameVersionDependenciesDescriptionLEDE releaseFile sizeInstalled sizeLicenseMaintainerBug reportSource codePackagedata
1network464xlat8libc, libssp, kmod-nat46464xlat CLAT supportsnapshot4kB3kBGPL-2.0Steven BarthBug reportsSourcesView data
2network6in424-1libc, kmod-sit, uclient-fetchProvides support for 6in4 tunnels in /etc/config/network. Refer to for configuration details.snapshot2kB1kBGPL-2.0Jo-Philipp WichBug reportsSourcesView data
3network6rd9-2libc, libssp, kmod-sitProvides support for 6rd tunnels in /etc/config/network. Refer to for configuration details.snapshot3kB2kBGPL-2.0Steven BarthBug reportsSourcesView data
4network6to412-2libc, kmod-sitProvides support for 6to4 tunnels in /etc/config/network. Refer to for configuration details.snapshot1kB1kBGPL-2.0Jo-Philipp WichBug reportsSourcesView data
5utilities---filesystemacl20160519-1libc, libssp, libaclAccess control list support This package provides ACL manipulation utilities - chacl - getfacl - setfaclsnapshot17kB16kBLGPL-2.1 GPL-2.0Maxim StorchakBug reportsSourcesView data
6networkacme1.4-1libc, libssp, curl, ca-certificates, openssl-util, netcatA client for issuing Letsencrypt certificates.snapshot29kB28kBGPLv3Toke Høiland-JørgensenBug reportsSourcesView data
7utilitiesacpid2.0.27-1libc, kmod-input-evdevThe ACPI Daemon (acpid) With Netlink Supportsnapshot21kB20kBGPL-2.0Thomas HeilBug reportsSourcesView data
8utilitiesadbandroid.5.0.2_r1-1libc, zlib, libopenssl, libpthreadAndroid Debug Bridge CLI toolsnapshot56kB56kBHenryk HeisigBug reportsSourcesView data
9networkadblock2.3.1-1libc, libsspPowerful adblock script to block ad/abuse domains via dnsmasq or unbound dns backend. The script supports many domain blacklist sites plus manual black- and whitelist overrides. Please see for further information.snapshot7kB6kBGPL-3.0+Dirk BrenkenBug reportsSourcesView data
10networkaddrwatch0.8-1libc, libpcap, libevent2This is a tool similar to arpwatch. It main purpose is to monitor network and log discovered ethernet/ip pairings. Addrwatch is extremely useful in networks with IPv6 autoconfiguration (RFC4862) enabled. It allows to track IPv6 addresses of hosts using IPv6 privacy extensions (RFC4941).snapshot20kB20kBGPL-3.0Ondrej CaletkaBug reportsSourcesView data
11utilitiesadmswconfig0.1-1libcA program to configure the internal ethernet switch of an ADM5120 processor. You need the corresponding driver for the switch in the kernel. With this program you can configure which ports of the switch belong to the different ethernet devices.snapshot3kB3kBFlorian FainelliBug reportsSourcesView data
12utilities---terminalagetty2.28-1libc, librtagetty opens a tty port, prompts for a login name and invokes the /bin/login commandsnapshot18kB17kBGPL-2.0LEDE teamBug reportsSourcesView data
13network---ip-addresses-and-namesaggregate1.6-1libc, libssptakes a list of prefixes in conventional format on stdin, and performs two optimisations to reduce the length of the prefix list. It removes any supplied prefixes which are supurfluous because they are already included in another supplied prefix (e.g., would be removed if was also supplied), and identifies adjacent prefixes that can be combined under a single, shorter-length prefix (e.g., and can be combined into the single prefix MehtaBug reportsSourcesView data
14networkahcpd0.53-2libc, ip, librtAhcpd is a daemon for configuring an IPv6 network using the Ad-Hoc Configuration Protocol (AHCP). AHCP is designed for wireless mesh networks, where IPv6 autoconfiguration and DHCPv6 do not work, but may also be used on wired networks.snapshot21kB20kBMITGabriel KerneisBug reportsSourcesView data
15networkaiccu20070115-16libc, libpthread, ip, kmod-sit, kmod-tunSixXS IPv6 Connectivity Client (without GNUTLS support)snapshot27kB26kBBSD-3-ClauseOndrej CaletkaBug reportsSourcesView data
16networkaiccu-gnutls20070115-16libc, libpthread, ip, kmod-sit, kmod-tun, libgnutlsSixXS IPv6 Connectivity Client (with GNUTLS support)snapshot28kB27kBBSD-3-ClauseOndrej CaletkaBug reportsSourcesView data
17firmwareaircard-pcmcia-firmware2016-09-21-42ad5367-1libc, libsspSierra Wireless Aircard 555/7xx/8x0 firmwaresnapshot1kB0kBFelix FietkauBug reportsSourcesView data
18network---wirelessaircrack-ng1.2-rc1-1libc, libpcap, libpthread, libopenssl, libnl-core, libnl-genl, zlibWLAN tools for breaking 802.11 WEP/WPA keyssnapshot420kB420kBGPL-2.0Rick FarinaBug reportsSourcesView data
19network---wirelessairmon-ng1.2-rc1-1libc, wireless-tools, ethtool, procps-ngBash script designed to turn wireless cards into monitor mode.snapshot7kB6kBGPL-2.0Rick FarinaBug reportsSourcesView data
20networkalfred2016.5-0libc, libnl-tiny, librtalfred is a user space daemon for distributing arbitrary local information over the mesh/network in a decentralized fashion. This data can be anything which appears to be useful - originally designed to replace the batman-adv visualization (vis), you may distribute hostnames, phone books, administration information, DNS information, the local weather forecast ... alfred runs as daemon in the background of the system. A user may insert information by using the alfred binary on the command line, or use special programs to communicate with alfred (done via unix sockets). alfred then takes care of distributing the local information to other alfred servers on other nodes. This is done via IPv6 link-local multicast, and does not require any configuration. A user can request data from alfred, and will receive the information available from all alfred servers in the network. he network.snapshot24kB23kBGPL-2.0common routing maintainersBug reportsSourcesView data
21mailalpine2.20-2libc, libssp, libopenssl, libncurses, libpthread, libpamAlpine (Alternatively Licensed Program for Internet News and Email) is a free software email client developed at the University of Washington. It is suitable for both the inexperienced email user as well as for the most demanding power user. This package is built with OpenSSL support.snapshot1518kB1518kBApache-2.0Antti SeppäläBug reportsSourcesView data
22mailalpine-nossl2.20-2libc, libssp, libopenssl, libncurses, libpthread, libpamAlpine (Alternatively Licensed Program for Internet News and Email) is a free software email client developed at the University of Washington. It is suitable for both the inexperienced email user as well as for the most demanding power user. This package is built without OpenSSL support.snapshot1490kB1490kBApache-2.0Antti SeppäläBug reportsSourcesView data
23librariesalsa-lib1.1.3-1libc, kmod-sound-core, libpthread, librtThis is the library package for alsa, needed by some userspace programs. You must have enabled the ALSA support in the kernel.snapshot299kB302kBLGPLv2.1 GPLv2Ted HessBug reportsSourcesView data
24soundalsa-utils1.1.0-1libc, libssp, alsa-lib, libncursesw, libpthreadALSA (Advanced Linux Sound Architecture) utilitiessnapshot113kB112kBTed HessBug reportsSourcesView data
25soundalsa-utils-seq1.1.0-1libc, libssp, alsa-lib, libpthreadALSA sequencer utilitiessnapshot26kB25kBTed HessBug reportsSourcesView data
26soundalsa-utils-tests1.1.0-1libc, libssp, alsa-lib, libpthreadALSA utilities test data (adds ~1.3M to image)snapshot875kB874kBTed HessBug reportsSourcesView data
27firmwaream33x-cm320130304-1libcTI AM335x PM firmwaresnapshot7kB6kBImre KalozBug reportsSourcesView data
28network---ip-addresses-and-namesannounce1.0.1-1libc, libpthreadAnnounce services on the network with Zeroconf/Bonjour. This announces services such as ssh, sftp, and http running on the local machine to the network.snapshot9kB8kBBSD-3-ClauseSimon PeterBug reportsSourcesView data
29utilitiesap51-flash2016-10-16-1libcA tool for flashing (nearly) all ap51/ap61 based routerssnapshot14kB13kBRussell SeniorBug reportsSourcesView data
30network---web-servers-proxiesapache2.4.25-1libc, libapr, libaprutil, libpcre, libopenssl, unixodbcThe Apache Web Server is a powerful and flexible HTTP/1.1 compliant web server. Originally designed as a replacement for the NCSA HTTP Server, it has grown to be the most popular web server on the Internet. . This package contains the Apache web server and utility programs. . Take care that you don't include apache at the moment into your image please select it only as module because busybox will override /usr/sbin/httpd. It'll be solved soon. If you need to include this package in the image anyway, remove httpd from busybox (Base system --> Configuration --> Networking Utilities --> httpd). Also you should take care for the initscripts, apache's httpd isn't compatible with the one from busybox, so if you want to use apache for running your webif, you'll need to change the parameters in the scripts and configure the rest in /etc/httpd.conf.snapshot715kB718kBApache LicenseThomas HeilBug reportsSourcesView data
31network---web-servers-proxiesapache-icons2.4.25-1libc, apacheThe Apache Web Server is a powerful and flexible HTTP/1.1 compliant web server. Originally designed as a replacement for the NCSA HTTP Server, it has grown to be the most popular web server on the Internet. . This package contains the icons from Apache.snapshot137kB137kBApache LicenseThomas HeilBug reportsSourcesView data
32networkapcupsd3.14.14-1libc, libssp, libpthread, libusb-compatUPS control softwaresnapshot197kB196kBGPL-2.0Othmar TrunigerBug reportsSourcesView data
33networkapcupsd-cgi3.14.14-1libc, libssp, libpthread, libgdUPS control software CGI modulesnapshot26kB25kBGPL-2.0Othmar TrunigerBug reportsSourcesView data
34networkapinger0.6.1-c7da72f7ec26eed..94elibc, libsspAlarm Pinger (apinger) is a little tool which monitors various IP devices by simple ICMP echo requests. There are various other tools, that can do this, but most of them are shell or perl scripts, spawning many processes, thus much CPU-expensive, especially when one wants continuous monitoring and fast response on target failure. Alarm Pinger is a single program written in C, so it doesn't need much CPU power even when monitoring many targets with frequent probes. Alarm Pinger supports both IPv4 and IPv6. The code have been tested on Linux and FreeBSD.snapshot24kB23kBGPL-2.0Alex SamorukovBug reportsSourcesView data
35developmentar2.27-1libc, zlib, libbfdarsnapshot22kB21kBGPL-3.0+Felix FietkauBug reportsSourcesView data
36firmwarear3k-firmware2016-09-21-42ad5367-1libc, libsspath3k firmwaresnapshot223kB223kBFelix FietkauBug reportsSourcesView data
37network---file-transferaria21.30.0-1libc, libssp, zlib, libstdcpp, libopensslaria2 is a lightweight multi-protocol & multi-source command-line download utilitysnapshot472kB471kBGPLv2Imre KalozBug reportsSourcesView data
38networkarp-scan1.9-40-g69b2f70-1libc, libssp, libpcapARP scannersnapshot21kB20kBGPL-3.0Sergey UrushkinBug reportsSourcesView data
39network---firewallarptables2015-05-20-f4ab8f63-1libc, kmod-arptablesARP firewalling softwaresnapshot21kB20kBGPL-2.0LEDE teamBug reportsSourcesView data
40utilitiesat3.1.16-2libc, libelf1At and batch read shell commands from standard input storing them as a job to be scheduled for execution in the future.snapshot24kB23kBGPL-2.0+ GPL-3.0+ ISCPhil EichingerBug reportsSourcesView data
41network---file-transferatftp0.7.1-5libc, libreadline, libncursesTFTP clientsnapshot20kB19kBGPL-2.0Daniel DanzbergerBug reportsSourcesView data
42network---file-transferatftpd0.7.1-5libc, libpcre, libpthreadTFTP serversnapshot24kB23kBGPL-2.0Daniel DanzbergerBug reportsSourcesView data
43firmwareath10k-firmware-qca61742017-01-11-ab432c60-1libc, libsspath10k firmware for QCA6174 devicessnapshot1351kB1353kBFelix FietkauBug reportsSourcesView data
44firmwareath10k-firmware-qca98872017-01-11-ab432c60-1libcath10k firmware for QCA9887 devicessnapshot201kB200kBFelix FietkauBug reportsSourcesView data
45firmwareath10k-firmware-qca9887-ct2017-01-11-ab432c60-1libc, libsspAlternative ath10k firmware for QCA9887 from Candela Technologies. Enables IBSS and other features. See: This firmware conflicts with the standard 9887 firmware, so select only one.snapshot186kB185kBFelix FietkauBug reportsSourcesView data
46firmwareath10k-firmware-qca988x2017-01-11-ab432c60-1libcath10k firmware for QCA988x devicessnapshot213kB213kBFelix FietkauBug reportsSourcesView data
47firmwareath10k-firmware-qca988x-ct2017-01-11-ab432c60-1libcAlternative ath10k firmware for QCA988X from Candela Technologies. Enables IBSS and other features. See: This firmware will NOT be used unless the standard ath10k-firmware-qca988x is un-selected since the driver will try to load firmware-5.bin before firmware-2.binsnapshot180kB179kBFelix FietkauBug reportsSourcesView data
48firmwareath10k-firmware-qca99842017-01-11-ab432c60-1libcath10k firmware for QCA9984 devicessnapshot466kB468kBFelix FietkauBug reportsSourcesView data
49firmwareath10k-firmware-qca9984-ct2017-01-11-ab432c60-1libcAlternative ath10k firmware for QCA9984 from Candela Technologies. Enables IBSS and other features. See: This firmware conflicts with the standard 9984 firmware, so select only one.snapshot435kB438kBFelix FietkauBug reportsSourcesView data
50firmwareath10k-firmware-qca99x02017-01-11-ab432c60-1libc, libsspStandard ath10k firmware for QCA99x0 from QCA This firmware conflicts with the CT 99x0 firmware, so select only one.snapshot366kB368kBFelix FietkauBug reportsSourcesView data