FFP installation via Telnet and Transmission issue

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veljance
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FFP installation via Telnet and Transmission issue

Post by veljance » Mon Apr 23, 2012 7:08 am

First of all I would like to apologize if my question is boring for you but i'm quite new with unix systems and command lines.

I read somewhere that it is possible to install the FFP stick via telnet ( in my understanding what I am supposed to do is attach the usb to the Zyxel NSA and access via telnet/ssh client)
According to this method of installation I would get the arm not oarm packages and options.
would some one give a set of commands to perform this?

Currently i'm using V4.23(AFD.1) firmware and i'm able to access the NAS via telnet.
I used the guide to create the usb drive by extracting the files on a FAT usb.

After installing the ffp a tried installing the transmission package, but im unable to start the daemon.

I get an error for a library:

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root@NSA210:~# sh -x /ffp/start/transmisison.sh start
sh: /ffp/start/transmisison.sh: No such file or directory
root@NSA210:~# transmission-daemon -g /mnt/HD_a2/admin/transmission
transmission-daemon: can't load library 'libevent-2.0.so.5'
after that im trying this:

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root@NSA210:~# /ffp/start/transmission.sh start
Starting transmission-daemon
FAILED. Does user nobody have a shell?
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Any help is appreciated.

Mijzelf
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Re: FFP installation via Telnet and Transmission issue

Post by Mijzelf » Mon Apr 23, 2012 9:29 am

veljance wrote:root@NSA210:~# sh -x /ffp/start/transmisison.sh start
sh: /ffp/start/transmisison.sh: No such file or directory
A typo. transmisison => transmission
root@NSA210:~# transmission-daemon -g /mnt/HD_a2/admin/transmission
transmission-daemon: can't load library 'libevent-2.0.so.5'
You'll have to install package libevent.
root@NSA210:~# /ffp/start/transmission.sh start
Starting transmission-daemon
FAILED. Does user nobody have a shell?
That might be the missing packet libevent, but also user nobody not having a shell. When you execute 'cat /etc/passwd' you should find a line starting with nobody. If this line ends with false, nobody doesn't have a shell. Install nano to edit it. Exchange the :/bin/false by :/ffp/bin/sh

veljance
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Re: FFP installation via Telnet and Transmission issue

Post by veljance » Tue Apr 24, 2012 2:53 am

If this fails i will reformat the FFP stick and try again. maybe i made somewhere mistake with the commands.

Other question is how to set download folder to be the internal HDD not the USB if it is possible. what is the correct path?

Mijzelf
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Re: FFP installation via Telnet and Transmission issue

Post by Mijzelf » Thu Apr 26, 2012 8:58 am

The internal HD can be found at /mnt/HD_a2. When you want to put it in a share, first create the share, and then use /mnt/HD_a2/<sharename> (Case sensitive)

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