Unfortunately no one can be told what fun_plug is - you have to see it for yourself.
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The files included in the DNS-323 firmware are incomplete? Well, the files on the NSA-220 do not even exist. How about that?
I have added the iana files to my package, and did some /etc magic.
Is there any reason why a straight compile to the firmware with the mount usb script adjusted couldn't boot fun_plug from the hdd?
even better a patch to the exsisting firmware that might work on new firmwares as the come out.
Leaving a usb stick in isn't a major issue but just thought it would be neater.
Of course you can do anything when you can change the firmware. But given the firmware which is provided with the NAS, the only way I found to execute my own script is using the usbstick/usb_key_func.sh hack. It is possible to let it execute code on harddisk (more on this), but you still need the usb stick.
Maybe this is an option, but I'm not willing to try.
The usbstick trick has a major advantage; it doesn't touch the existing system. If you just remove the stick and reboot, you've got a virginal box.
I know 'old' script can run on 2.10 and 2.20, maybe also on 2.00 and older, but I have no feedback about that.
The new script can do all, (2.10-2.30) by renaming a file.
Do you ever sleep?
Last edited by Mijzelf (2008-10-22 14:12:02)
I own for serveral months a nsa220 and using the fonz fun plug,
I'm very inpressed i love it! Fonz,mijzelf (and others) thank you!
Now i want to download with sabnzb or nzbget ,I followed serveral tutorials on the web for the dlink and conceptronic che3nas.
By changing pads I can caninstall get nzb but when i start getnzb I get an error:
nzbget: /usr/lib/libpthread.so.0: version `GLIBC_2.4' not found (required by nzbget)
how can I do an upgrade to the 2.4 lib?
or anyone can tel me how to get an nzb downloader to work on my nsa220?
The nzbget you are trying is using firmware libs. That's fine as long they are available. In this case they are not.
Fonz' packages are *not* dependent on any firmware lib. So you should find a pure ffp nzb downloader, or compile it yourself. That´s not difficult. Install gcc, make, binutils and maybe automake, autoconf and pkg-config from Fonz' repository.
Then download the nzbget sources. Unpack them, enter the unpacked directory, and type
./configure --prefix=/ffp make su make install
Ok i'm trying to compile but when i do .configure --prefix=/ffp then it do's something but can't do the next step.
i checked the log file and fin some weird things like Configured with /mnt/HD_a2/home/bob/funplug/work/gcc-4.1/gcc-4.1- and so on
but i dont have a HD_a2 but I-data/md0 is my harddisk
what can i do now?
I think it's some internal data from the compiler itself. I can be the directory where the compiler sources were.
Maybe something is wrong with the dependencies. Can you do a
./configure --prefix=/ffp >logfile.txt 2>&1
and attach the generated logfile.txt here?
the log file:
checking for a BSD-compatible install... /ffp/bin/install -c checking whether build environment is sane... yes checking for a thread-safe mkdir -p... ./install-sh -c -d checking for gawk... no checking for mawk... no checking for nawk... no checking for awk... awk checking whether make sets $(MAKE)... yes checking build system type... armv5tejl-unknown-linux-gnu checking host system type... armv5tejl-unknown-linux-gnu checking for g++... g++ checking for C++ compiler default output file name... a.out checking whether the C++ compiler works... yes checking whether we are cross compiling... no checking for suffix of executables... checking for suffix of object files... o checking whether we are using the GNU C++ compiler... yes checking whether g++ accepts -g... yes checking for style of include used by make... GNU checking dependency style of g++... gcc3 checking for gcc... gcc checking whether we are using the GNU C compiler... yes checking whether gcc accepts -g... yes checking for gcc option to accept ISO C89... none needed checking dependency style of gcc... gcc3 checking for tar... /ffp/bin/tar checking for make... /ffp/bin/make checking for a BSD-compatible install... /ffp/bin/install -c checking how to run the C preprocessor... /lib/cpp configure: error: C preprocessor "/lib/cpp" fails sanity check See `config.log' for more details.
Last edited by Dannyx (2010-02-17 13:02:33)
Code:configure: error: C preprocessor "/lib/cpp" fails sanity check See `config.log' for more details.
So, what did you find in config.log?
I bet you don't have /lib/cpp.
Can be as simple as: ln -s /ffp/bin/cpp /lib/cpp
Alternatively, set the envionrment variable CPP=/ffp/bin/cpp
When I do : ln -s /ffp/bin/cpp /lib/cpp the it say: read only file system
But i can do the other command and it does nothing (no error)
After that I did the ./configure command again but still the error exitst.
You're doing this the first time, right? You won't be able to solve any problem yourself unless you start learning Linux basics.
CPP=/ffp/bin/cpp ./configure ...
is useless. The CPP variable won't be available in configure. You have two options:
CPP=/ffp/bin/cpp ./configure ...
export CPP=/ffp/bin/cpp ./configure ...
I would thank everyone for the help.
After hours of trying I managed to install NZBget on my Zyxel NSA220.
I compiled the source code after installen a lot om libaries and compilers and plugins needed by the compiler.
Thank you!!!! Thank you!!!!!
thankyou for funplug
my NSA is working fine with the automated par and unrar scripts.