As part of achieving compatibility with WPML, you should also create a configuration file that will help you maintaining compatibility in your future releases.WPML can translate anything in your Word Press site, but you need to tell it what needs translation. Starting with WPML 2.0, you’ll find a Multilingual content setup admin page: This page tells WPML everything it needs to know, including which custom fields to translate or synchronize, which custom post and taxonomies should be multilingual and even which admin texts to translate.All PAM modules generate a success or failure result when called. Modules can be stacked in a particular order, and the control flags determine how important the success or failure of a particular module is to the overall goal of authenticating the user to the service.
It also has similarities with NSLU2's Optware, also made for embedded devices.You can safely delete this file anytime to free up some RAM, just don't forget to fetch a new one, before trying to install a package. Upgrading packages is generally not recommended for most users, because a typical Open Wrt system stores the base system in a read-only Squash FS partition.And while the upgrade process works just fine, it uses far more space than a default installation as the base packages are duplicated in the base Squash FS partition and the user JFFS2 partition.attempts to resolve dependencies with packages in the repositories - if this fails, it will report an error, and abort the installation of that package. OPKG needs the content of this file in order to install or upgrade packages or to print info about them.Missing dependencies with third-party packages are probably available from the source of the package. And the content of the file needs to represent the current available packages in the repository.Thus, instead of upgrading, reflashing Open Wrt with a newer firmware image is recommended.Of course, upgrading packages installed afterwards does not have this drawback.Authentication would be against objects in the is a standard filter for LDAP queries that can be set to control a subset of users that should be available to authenticate against.Installing new kernel sources doesn't provide the user with a new kernel.Hence the configuration file of the new kernel may have new entries the configuration file of the old kernel doesn't have, and it might not have entries anymore which are present in the configuration file of the old kernel.To deal with such changes of the configuration file, the configuration file of the old kernel needs to be converted to a configuration that can be used with the new kernel.