Many people asked me to compile various packages over the last few years. Sometimes i was able to help and sometimes (in rare occasions) i had to reject a request when it was impossible to fulfill it. Then i often told the requestor to install optware which originated from the NSLU2-Project and provides many addition packages. I didn’t have experienc on this, so i had to leave them in the dark. Until recently. Werbung
I’ve done a lot of research and looked at many scripts. A few days ago i stumbled across a thread in my favorite fun_plug-Board that was promoting a script which manages all the stuff. Well i tried it and made several modifications to it so that it works in the D-Link DNS-320, DNS-320L, DNS-321, DNS-325, DNS-343, DNS-345 and Conceptronic CH3MNAS. THIS DOES NOT WORK ON THE D-Link DNS-323 AND Conceptronic CH3SNAS, CHECK HERE FOR A TUTORIAL FOR THESE DEVICES!
First you need a working Fonz fun_plug which you can install with these instructions. Then enter the following commands:
wget http://wolf-u.li/u/233 -O /ffp/start/optware.sh chmod a+x /ffp/start/optware.sh /ffp/start/optware.sh start
This downloads the Optware-Script for fun_plug, marks it as executable (which leads to a start on every boot, as you’ve already learned) and starts the script once. This may take a while as the NAS is downloading Optware. After the successful download, you should reboot you NAS to see if it works and to set the correct environment-variables automatically.
The usage of ipkg (The package manager for Optware (like funpkg for fun_plug)) is shown if you enter “
ipkg” in your Terminal. The current list of packages is loaded when entering “
ipkg update“, a package is installed with “
ipkg install [packagename]“.