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 Post subject: What to do with NSA-310?
PostPosted: Sat Dec 30, 2017 9:44 am 

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I was just given an old TDC Home Disk, which is actually a Zyxel NSA-310 running custom and outdated firmware. I've never had a NAS before and decided to get my feet wet on this old thing. So I debranded it (to make it a real NSA-310) and flashed the newest Zyxel-FW and set it up. But this old box has its flaws, it turns out (eg media server not supporting subtitles and no SMB2).

I spent a bit of time reading about how to go about these things, but got a little overwhelmed with subjects such as FFP on stick or as pkg. I could really use a couple of pointers.

Ideally I would like to install minidlna (for subtitle support), entware (for SMB2 support), and Transmission (for torrents).
What would be the best way to go about this for someone without any linux-knowledge (but fairly tech-savy and able to follow guides).

Thanks in advance.

PostPosted: Sat Dec 30, 2017 11:50 am 

Joined: Mon Jun 16, 2008 10:45 am
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If you have installed the SMB2 mod, you can install Transmission following the Entware-ng wiki. AFAIK there is no wiki entry for minidlna on Entware-ng, so I'd simply do
opkg install minidlna
and then look in /opt/etc/ for it's configuration file.

If you really want to get your feet wet, you can install Debian on that box. On you can find more information.

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