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let me first tell you i have a NSA-210
i have bene trying to follow CH3SNAS:Tutorials/lighttpd - NAS-Tweaks
but when i try to followthe first step it already goes wrong
mkdir /mnt/HD_a2/www mkdir /mnt/HD_a2/www/pages mkdir /mnt/HD_a2/www/logs
root@nsa210:/ffp/etc# mkdir /mnt/HD_a2/www mkdir: cannot create directory `/mnt/HD_a2/www': No such file or directory root@nsa210:/ffp/etc# mkdir /mnt/HD_a2/www/pages mkdir: cannot create directory `/mnt/HD_a2/www/pages': No such file or directory root@nsa210:/ffp/etc# mkdir /mnt/HD_a2/www/logs mkdir: cannot create directory `/mnt/HD_a2/www/logs': No such file or directory
so i guess im doing something wrong
A NSA-210 has no HD_a2. You can create a directory www in the root, but if you want to keep your stick compatible with the NSA-320, I suggest you to put it in /ffp:
mkdir /ffp/www mkdir /ffp/www/pages mkdir /ffp/www/logs
If you'd rather put the files on harddisk, use the directory /i-data/md0/www.
In either case you should reflect the directory in lighttpd.conf
ah i understand
will try it
now that i want to start the server i get this
root@nsa210:/ffp/start# sh kickwebs.sh start
Kicking webs ...
killall: webs: no process killed
root@nsa210:/ffp/start# sh lighttpd.sh start
Starting /ffp/sbin/lighttpd -f /ffp/etc/lighttpd.conf
2010-11-12 19:53:09: (configfile.c.1210) base-docroot doesn't exist: /i-data/md0/www/pages/
2010-11-12 19:53:09: (server.c.613) setting default values failed
the folder exist
i created a share called www and within there i created a folder called pages
server.document-root = "/i-data/md0/www/pages/"
server.upload-dirs = ( "/i-data/md0/www/tmp" )
## where to send error-messages to
server.errorlog = "/i-data/md0/www/logs/error.log"
EDIT 2 :
i fixed it by replacing md0 to 2542aae3
EDIT 3 :
when i start the server
and i try to connect trough my browser to it on port 8080
it says it cant connect
EDIT 4 :
the only time it wont boot is when php is enabled
maybe its because /ffp/bin/php-cgi does not exist
and neither does /tmp/php-cgi.socket
edit 5 : it seems i did not have php installed
im trying to install that now from extra-packages/All
edit 6 : i installed everything from extra-packages/All
but php still wont work
edit 7 :
it all worked out
i needed to reboot
Last edited by wiiguy1 (2010-11-12 23:25:18)