DocBrown wrote: [View Post]dan20 wrote: [View Post]
you don't have to do anything on the windows side.
Just connect via putty to the NAS, it should work.
After installation all files should reside in /mnt/ide3/optware.
You may try "ls /opt" on the NAS via telnet, this is the directory the init-script maps the /mnt/ide3/optware directory to.
If it doesn't exist, the script wasn't executed properly.
Last thing you could try to check if the script ran on startup may be a "ps w | grep sshd".
If it gives you back the process and not just another "grep sshd" than the ssh-daemon is running on your system.
The output has to show something like this:
1635 root 3492 S /opt/sbin/sshd
You can try to execute the init-script manually and see if you can use the ipkg-command afterwards. (without rebooting)
Another tip might be to use al linux filesystem on the NAS. (eg. ext3)
I don't know if all this works under a fat filesystem.
Got sorted out!
The problem was the missing RC.D folder. I did a reinstall of the optware and afterwards everything worked fine. MC running IPKG working etc..
I use EXT3 as file sytem on the NAS no question about it ( would bee windows 7 poor support
in that case). Still I can`t reach the Share sytem under windows (SAMBA etc ) and do some file opperations, which I probably should avoid but still...
Very greatful for Youre help