01-04-2010 01:42 AM - edited 01-04-2010 01:44 AM
A thread about making your Freeagent Theater Plus do useless little things that it wasn't designed for.
Anyone heard of an UltraVNC repeater? I've just compiled it. Here's how to install it to your pmp directory in /usr/local/etc
#Go to pmp directory
#Get the UltraVNC repeater package
#Check that you're in pmp again, then view and extract
tar tf vncrepeater-0.12.tar
tar xvf vncrepeater-0.12.tar
#See if you can run it
#Check if it's running
If it says "repeater is running", then it's all good.
The repeater runs at port 5500.
The real question is if there's anyone who has a use for it.
01-04-2010 09:00 AM - edited 01-04-2010 11:27 AM
I've successfully installed "Optware Samba 2", i've put "oleg-optware" dir is on external usb flashpen, then i've installed Samba2 following this guide: http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Optware (see section "Installing Samba2"), all work fine, i've shared my FAT+ HD in my workgroup, mapped with one letter
All is ok but the Samba2 web administration interface it doesn't work :-(
Does anyone have tried?
01-04-2010 06:32 PM - edited 01-04-2010 06:34 PM
Better than wget in anyway. It can do multi thread downloads. It can also resume files. Should work great with Optware screen.
#How to install it.
#Double check that you're in /usr/local/etc/pmp
#If you're in pmp
tar tf axel-2.4.tar
tar xvf axel-2.4.tar
#Check if it's there, then remove tarball
Will post some screenshots.
01-05-2010 06:24 AM
Another great application (tested) is the little web server "Cherokee", with a beautifull administrative web interface.
Install the follow pachage:
You must have the "oleg-optware" directory in an external hd, ext3 linux partition.
01-09-2010 01:36 AM - edited 01-09-2010 01:40 AM
MLDONKEY - Multi-platform, multi-protocol client. It's include support for FTP, HTTP, ed2k and BitTorrent protocols
First step: you must have a lot of space in your "/opt" (i use an ext3 partition mounted in my FAT+ HD 500 Gb)!
Download MLDonkey Daemon, expand the archive in the directory "/opt/bin/", now open a telnet session and strike this command:
chmod +x mlnet.lite
/opt/bin/ipkg install zlib
/opt/bin/ipkg install bzip2
/opt/bin/ipkg install ncurses
Next, you have to make run-script for MLDonkey, let's name it "/usr/local/etc/pmp/scripts/mlnet.sh" ("vi /usr/local/etc/pmp/scripts/mlnet.sh" then press <I> and type next content):
rm -f /tmp/usbmounts/sda1/Downloads/.mldonkey/*.tmp
/opt/bin/mlnet.lite -allowed_ips '127.0.0.1/8 192.168.0.0/24' &
Follow my file and edit your correct path for both the two directory (with read/write permission).
Now save file press <ESC> <CTRL>+< <X> <ENTER>.
Installation complete, now it's time to try run MLDonkey for the first time, type "/usr/local/etc/pmp/scripts/mlnet.sh start" in shell, you should see something like that:
2010/01/09 10:33:52 [cO] Language EN, locale ASCII, ulimit for open files 1024
2010/01/09 10:33:52 [cO] MLDonkey is working in /tmp/usbmounts/sda1/Downloads/.mldonkey
2010/01/09 10:33:52 [Gettext] Loading language resource mlnet_strings.EN_ASCII
2010/01/09 10:33:53 [cO] loaded language resource file
2010/01/09 10:33:53 [DNS] Resolving [Venus] ...
2010/01/09 10:33:53 [DNS] Resolving [www.mldonkey.org] ...
2010/01/09 10:33:53 [cO] Logging in /tmp/usbmounts/sda1/Downloads/.mldonkey/mlnet.log
2010/01/09 10:33:56 [dMain] Core started
So you can control your MLDonkey via web-interface http://fat+ip:4080/
For better control of MLDonkey you must download and configure "sancho", i't easy!
If you have question i'm here (sometimes...)... and now it's time to trash the "transmission" daemon