But there could be cases where you want to completely remove fun_plug. Because the folder containing the fun_plug packages is owned by user
root, this folder can only be deleted by
root. This can be done by a single
rm (remove) command in a PuTTY (ssh) terminal session if you are log in as root. You may want to see this article on root user for information about the special role of the
But let’s assume pessimistically that that doesn’t work because the
ssh server is not running or because you have problems logging in as root. Fortunately, the fun_plug script is no owned by
root can still be modified by non-root users. This enables a trick to remove the folders without using root privileges: simply add commands for the removal of the fun_plug folder and the fun_plug script to the script itself. These commands will be executed under
root privileges during the next reboot.
You have to download the Script for the Removal here
Installation and execution
Rename the downloaded script to
fun_plug and copy it to the NAS in the topmost directory of Volume_1. This will probably overwrite a existing script file
Reboot the CH3SNAS by holding down the power button 5 seconds or via the web interface (Tools -> System -> Reboot). During the reboot,
fun_plug will be completely removed.