Questions on LaCie Wireless Space.

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Lucacom
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Questions on LaCie Wireless Space.

Post by Lucacom » Fri Jan 21, 2011 7:50 pm

After some initial problem I use this NAS and all his features.
Now I'd like to know if is possible to expand with some other features.
Can I install a webserver on the LaCie Wireless Space?
Can I install an emule client?

Thanks.

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Re: Questions on LaCie Wireless Space.

Post by Lucacom » Mon Jan 24, 2011 6:56 am

None?

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Re: Questions on LaCie Wireless Space.

Post by 19pacman73 » Thu Jun 30, 2011 8:59 am

well basically there is already an webserver installed (GUI),but i dont know if it is possible to modify an new entry for this.
and well, it should be possible to install emule since this is a linux box...

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Re: Questions on LaCie Wireless Space.

Post by oliverpool » Sat Aug 27, 2011 10:33 pm

I managed to run some PHP pages without installing anything !
(no guarantee, but you can always reset your WS...)

Doing so is a little tricky (and I'm not sure to remenber exactly, but I can check next week) :
- open : http://192.168.1.1/cmd.php?mode=exec&cm ... unt,rw%20/ (192.168.1.1 is the IP adress of the WS) [the cmd.php page is very efficient to run commands with root privileges]
=> this allows you to "write" on the harddisc
- connect the WS with SSH (after allowing it in the administration panel) and put your files in the following folder (better : in a subfoler you created) : /lacie/default/www/root/
(there is already a "dashboard" folder)

That's it !
Now you can browse http://192.168.1.1/yourfolder/yourfile.php !

It asks for password, but in the file : /lacie/etc/lighttpd/lighttpd.conf , you can change this :

Code: Select all

# no authentication under public folder
$HTTP["url"] !~ "^/public" {
auth.require = (
	"/" => (
		"method" => "basic",
		"realm" => "Wireless Space",
		"require" => "valid-user"
	)
)
}
is already written in the file and by modifying the first line you can manage permissions for your subfolders.

Hope it helps !

Ask if something went wrong.

[and I hope I made myself clear...I'm not a native English speaker]

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