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There are repositories which contain compiled packages, both those part of the qMp project themselves, or related to it (e.g.: LibreMap).

The repositories can be found here:

http://downloads.qmp.cat/Releases/XXXX/YYYY/packages/ (for qMp ≤ 3.2.1)
http://downloads.qmp.cat/Releases/XXXX/packages/ZZZZ/ (for qMp ≥ 4.0)

where "XXXX" is the name of the release (e.g.: "4.1"; check the releases list at http://downloads.qmp.cat/Releases/) and "YYYY" or "ZZZZ" correspond to the CPU/SoC architecture. For example:

  • ar71xx/generic (Ubiquiti AirMax devices like the NanoStation M5, most TP-Link routers, etc.):
    • YYYY = ar71xx (qMp ≤ 3.2.1)
    • ZZZZ = mips_24kc (qMp ≥ 4.0)
  • ramips/mt7620 (ZBT APE522-II, Xiaomi MiWiFi mini, Nexx WT3020, etc.):
    • YYYY = ramips (qMp ≤ 3.2.1)
    • ZZZZ = mipsel_24kc (qMp ≥ 4.0)
  • x86/legacy (Alix boards, etc.):
    • YYYY = x86 (qMp ≤ 3.2.1)
    • ZZZZ = i386_pentium (qMp ≥ 4.0)
  • x86/64 (APU boards, generic 64 bits x86 CPUs, etc.):
    • YYYY = x86 (qMp ≤ 3.2.1)
    • ZZZZ = x86_64 (qMp ≥ 4.0)

The repositories can be used with the "opkg" tool, by adding the corresponding line to /etc/opkg/customfeeds.conf. For instance:

src/gz qmp http://downloads.qmp.cat/Releases/3.2.1/mpc85xx/packages/qmp_packages/ (for qMp ≤ 3.2.1)
src/gz qmp http://.qmp.cat/Releases/4.1/packages/mips_24kc/qmp/ (for qMp ≥ 4.0)

Then "opkg update && opkg install qmp-small-node" should be enough to install the whole system.