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Wednesday, March 7th 2012, 11:24pm

tinky e mediaserver

hi im italian.
I have installed a tinky firmware on my giga nas but i not have application for this firmware.
i use optware for instal application but when i install mediatomb this error
Downloading http://www.nas-2000.org/download/ti...0.0_armv4tl.ipk
ipkg: Unknown typeflag: 0x4c: Illegal seek
ipkg: Unknown typeflag: 0x4c: Illegal seek
ipkg: Unknown typeflag: 0x4c: Illegal seek
ipkg: Unknown typeflag: 0x4c: Illegal seek
ipkg: Unknown typeflag: 0x4c: Illegal seek
ipkg: Unknown typeflag: 0x4c: Illegal seek
ipkg: Unknown typeflag: 0x4c: Illegal seek
ipkg: Unknown typeflag: 0x4c: Illegal seek
ipkg: Unknown typeflag: 0x4c: Illegal seek
ipkg: Don't know how to handle /./@LongLink: No such file or directory
Configuring mediatomb
//system/overlay/apps/ipkg/info/mediatomb.postinst: line 4: /system/overlay/rc.d/S72mediatomb: not found
postinst script returned status 127
ERROR: mediatomb.postinst returned 127
Successfully terminated.



any idea??

snoopy

NAS2000-Team

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Thursday, March 8th 2012, 2:29pm

:hmm: Tryed this?

http://storlinkdevices.altervista.org/fo…pic.php?f=2&t=6

Here are several solutions written. Already tested this one:

mediatomb could not find a suitable home-area.





solution was to add that area to the argument line in /etc/init.d/mediatomb


they said: add to the linbe called "D_ARGS" this: -m /var/lib/mediatomb




if etc/init.d/mediatomb does not exist:

Can't find it because you have used the armv4 version, this an
ready-compiled file, so no file in /etc/init.d/mediatomb is normal, u
can only start it by abs file path:


# /usb/sda1/mediatomb/usr/bin/mediatomb -m /usb/sda1/mediatomb -f config


something like this.
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