prokit-opkg - Manage packages with opkg
prokit opkg root [option ...] sub-command [argument ...]
prokit opkg runs opkg in an isolated file system environment.
If root is a block device node, the block device is mounted and opkg is run in its file system.
options are opkg options and sub-command is an opkg sub-command. See the usage information for opkg for more information.
If sub-command is install, any package files listed in arguments are temporarily copied into the isolated system for installation.
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