| A Simple problem with upkg.conf|
I'm not sure if this has been fixed, but upkg will always give you an error, unless you remove the \n char at the beginning of /etc/upkg.conf this is done by going to the beginning of the first line and pressing backspace.
| Re: A Simple problem with upkg.conf|
Here is mine:
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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
It is a standard xml file