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FUN-PLUG 0.5 WARNING: You cannot use these packages with earlier funplug versions! THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS" AND THE AUTHOR DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES WITH REGARD TO THIS SOFTWARE INCLUDING ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHOR BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, DIRECT, INDIRECT, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM LOSS OF USE, DATA OR PROFITS, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER TORTIOUS ACTION, ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THIS SOFTWARE. Getting started on DNS-323 and CH3SNAS: Copy fun_plug and fun_plug.tgz to Volume 1 and reboot. If successful, the fun_plug.tgz file is unpacked (ffp directory) and deleted. A telnet server is started. Many programs are included in the tarball, e.g. * Lighttpd Web Server * OpenSSH Secure Shell * Mediatomb UPnP Media Server * NTP Network Time Daemon * UNFS3 User-Space NFS Server * NFS-Utils NFS Server (requires kernel support) * RSync File Transfer Utility Using rsync, you can download and install additional packages with: telnet bob cd /mnt/HD_a2 rsync -av inreto.de::dns323/fun-plug/0.5/packages . cd packages funpkg -i *.tgz The uncompressed fun_plug.tgz requires approx. 40MB disk space, a full installation of all packages currently 450MB. For the full list of available packages see PACKAGES.html. For more information, and a list of contributed packages, please visit the DNS-323 wiki and forums at http://wiki.dns323.info/howto:ffp#version_0.5 and http://forum.dsmg600.info/f3-DNS-323-General-Discussion.html The build scripts used to create ffp are available from a subversion repository. You can download the latest revision with: svn co svn://inreto.de/svn/dns323/funplug/trunk funplug Release notes: - By default, the 0.5 funplug is installed to /mnt/HD_a2/ffp, but compiled with /ffp as prefix. The fun_plug script creates a symbolic link /ffp -> /mnt/HD_a2/ffp that allows the programs to run. If you move the funplug (e.g. to run on a USB stick), adjust the FFP_PATH variable in the fun_plug script accordingly (don't forget to add code to mount the USB stick). - For the DNS-323, there's a method to boot ffp and a recent kernel with NFS support: http://wiki.dns323.info/howto:ffp-reloaded - The 0.5 version is built with a custom toolchain based on binutils-2.18, gcc-4.1 and uClibc-0.9.29. Consequently, the 0.5 funplug comes with its own set of runtime libraries in /ffp/lib. (Earlier fun-plugs used a toolchain created from the GPL sources tarball provided by D-Link, and were linked against the firmware libraries in /lib.) - Native binutils and gcc packages are available. Programs compiled with these tools will depend on /ffp/lib/ld-uClibc.so.0 as dynamic linker and cannot be used without this funplug (unless you know how to change the dynamic linker path at compile-time). Compiler and linker will also search the /ffp/include and /ffp/lib directories for include files and libraries. - All development files (include files, static libraries, etc) are included in the respective package files. There are no binary-only or development packages. For some packages to compile successfully, it may be necessary to relink /bin/sh to /ffp/bin/bash. - The included dns323-utils (dns323-temp, -fan, ...) will use libraries in /ffp, too. If you want them to run with firmware libraries (e.g. to prevent disk accesses), use a package from here: http://www.inreto.de/dns323/utils/ ffp on other devices: - D-Link DNS-313: http://forum.dsmg600.info/t2008-HOWTO%3A-DNS-313-fun_plug-dummies-them%29.html - chroot'ed on Zyxel NSA-220: http://forum.dsmg600.info/t2542-fun_plug-ZyXEL-NSA-220..html http://forums.nas-central.org/viewtopic.php?f=131&t=191 - Linksys WRT 350N wireless routers: http://www.linksysinfo.org/forums/showthread.php?t=57932 - RaidSonic IB-NAS4220-B: http://forum.nas-portal.org/showthread.php?t=3259