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  • #1006

    falk
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    Hi

    I have a Allnet Nas ALL6200 (ext3) – does anyone know if it is possible to run the firefly mediaserver on this?

    The NAS Allnet ALL6200 identically with these models:

    NAS Flepo F6200
    NAS Longshine LCS-8200, LCS-8210
    NAS Synetic NAS-Mini
    NAS Novac NV-NAS390
    NAS Repotec RP-NA200
    NAS Netronix NH-200
    NAS Infosmart INHD88

    Sincerly
    Falk

    #8565

    rpedde
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    @falk wrote:

    Hi

    I have a Allnet Nas ALL6200 (ext3) – does anyone know if it is possible to run the firefly mediaserver on this?

    The NAS Allnet ALL6200 identically with these models:

    NAS Flepo F6200
    NAS Longshine LCS-8200, LCS-8210
    NAS Synetic NAS-Mini
    NAS Novac NV-NAS390
    NAS Repotec RP-NA200
    NAS Netronix NH-200
    NAS Infosmart INHD88

    Sincerly
    Falk

    Wow. Looks lika pretty capable box. Intel i80219 reference board at 400Mhz (http://www.intel.com/design/iio/80219.htm), 256Mb RAM (with a DIMM slot, upgradable to 1G!).

    Looks like it’s probably the same as the Tecus N2100, which seems to be hacked already for debian:

    http://www.debonaras.org/wiki/Info/ThecusN2100

    If you can get a debian install on it, you can get anything on it, including firefly.

    – Ron

    #8566

    falk
    Participant

    Thats the allnet 6100 not 6200 unfortunately πŸ˜€

    #8567

    rpedde
    Participant

    @falk wrote:

    Thats the allnet 6100 not 6200 unfortunately πŸ˜€

    Hrm. Same deal though. If you find a hacked firmware that supports optware, or runs debian, then it’s easy. I’d guess that a firmware that supports one of those two will appear fairly quickly.

    #8568

    falk
    Participant
    #8569

    rpedde
    Participant

    @falk wrote:

    i found an OpenNas firmware – http://forum.zaphot.org/viewtopic.php?t=39&sid=e4ef4fdcbcff2596547a700985f1dffb

    Will this do?

    Probably. I don’t speak Deutsche, so I’m not sure if that has support for optware, but at least you can get your own programs running on it.

    If they move to optware, then it will be easy. Otherwise, you’ll need to cross-compile (or ask on the forums for someone to do it).

    I think you’ll find that once there is a hacked version, a build of firefly/mt-daapd will follow quickly. Seems like it’s one of the first “luxury” software items ported on nas machines, after web server, ssh, etc.

    — Ron

    #8570

    hobitt

    Hi Falk,

    there is a compiled version ( mt-daapd-svn-1498.tar.gz) for Allnet 6200 on http://forum.zaphot.org/viewtopic.php?t=329.

    Pls be aware, that you need the “individualized” firmware from Zaphot. You can find it here:
    http://forum.zaphot.org/viewtopic.php?t=39. Make sure, you catch the right one (ALL6200_402-zap3a.bin for Allnet 6200).

    I’ve installed the firmware and it is stable. Unfortunaly, you have to reset the box by pressing the factory reset button after the firmware update, means you have to run the whole setup again. Installing the firmware, you blow your guarantee for your NAS!! But it has some goodies like hdparm for spinning down the hdd, telnet, etc.

    I’ll try to install the mt-daapd version tonight and give it a try.

    The moderator speaks very good english and gives a very good support fairly quick!

    Regards,

    Hobitt

    #8571

    fizze
    Participant

    Unlike Ron, I do speak “Deutsche” πŸ˜‰ πŸ™„

    http://forum.zaphot.org/download.php?id=190
    this is the latest version (1489) for Allnet 6200.

    The below link links to the thread, which bears several versions of mt-daapd to download.

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