[nas-2000] Re: NAS problem

  • From: "flipstar@xxxxxxx" <flipstar@xxxxxxx>
  • To: nas-2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2007 22:53:53 +0100

Hey Codebotcher,

Codebotcher schrieb:
> Hi Flip,
> before I throw in my two pennies worth, I wanted to thank you for the
> great job you are doing and the priceless support you are giving. I
> really appreciate it!
> Let's come back to your question what has happened to the stuff listed
> below. Well, the openvpn package is still sitting half-cooked on my NAS.
> I started searching for all the required libraries but had to call it
> off, since there are unfortunately other things in the world than
> playing around with some fancy techie gadgets. (Here it is family and
> work, but in a different order. ;-) )

You probably know the saying:

"Prioritaeten lenken leben" :-)

> At the moment it seems that I can start the openvpn manually from the
> command line, but I'm not familiar with the linux system of the NAS, yet.
> Where do I have to put the liblzo.* files to make sure they survive a
> reboot. At the moment I'm putting them manually from you archive folder
> to /usr/lib.


is the right place for libs
they are linked at boottime to /lib/

> Where would you recommend to put the openvpn binary to make it
> persistant? is the /system/hddapp/bin a good place for it?

better use:


> Is /system/hddapp/etc/ the right place to put the openvpn configuration

in order to keep things clean place the config in:


> files and /system/hddapp/etc/rc.d the right folder to put the
> startup-scripts?

the "best"? thing is to put the startup script in


and create a symlink (ln -s) to


Thanks and have fun.


> Hope to get there eventually....
> Cheers,
> CB
> flipstar@xxxxxxx schrieb:
>> Default User schrieb:
>>> is there any manual?
>> Did you (at leased) visited my side there are pictures and text
>> explaining how to build a serial cable.
>> I'm getting annoyed in the way this project runs there are very little
>> people that try to give things.
>> What happend to:
>> - the thttpd vserver stuff
>> - openvpn howto
>> - mediaplayer howto's and bin files
>> - somebody wanted to rewrite the compile howto
>> - etc etc etc
>> Guess we have to much of two sorts of people:
>> those how can fix problems but don't share there knowledge
>> and those who have little knowledge and are not even willing to read.
>> This SUCKS
>> @Default User don't take this to personal I wanted to say this for quite
>> some time.
>> --
>> flip

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