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  • #1378

    Anonymous

    Raidsonic NAS2000 can by default run with Twonkyvision, but I like the Firefly interface and functionallity.

    Does anyone know if it’s possible to firmware upgrade this NAS to Firefly?

    #10639

    rpedde
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    @jes wrote:

    Raidsonic NAS2000 can by default run with Twonkyvision, but I like the Firefly interface and functionallity.

    Does anyone know if it’s possible to firmware upgrade this NAS to Firefly?

    Looks like here’s the starting point:

    http://www.nas-2000.org/mwiki/index.php?title=Main_Page

    — Ron

    #10640

    Anonymous

    Hi Ron

    Thanx for the link.

    However I’m a non Linux/UNIX nerd, so the page looks like russian for me 🙂

    Do you have a positive list on NAS servers who come preinstalled with Firefly, if any? I’m aware of the NSLU2, but I would rather have a NAS with build in HDD so it handles eg. hypernation and harddisk speed.

    I’m looking for a ‘out of the box’ server or a nearly ‘out of the box’ server.

    #10641

    stretch
    Participant

    Infrant Ready NAS NV+

    Not preinstalled but they do have a binary that you can upload through their web interface.
    Next version of firmware is supposed to have it pre-installed, maybe, if ron ever releases another *stable* version 😉

    #10642

    rpedde
    Participant

    @jes wrote:

    Hi Ron

    Thanx for the link.

    However I’m a non Linux/UNIX nerd, so the page looks like russian for me 🙂

    Do you have a positive list on NAS servers who come preinstalled with Firefly, if any? I’m aware of the NSLU2, but I would rather have a NAS with build in HDD so it handles eg. hypernation and harddisk speed.

    I’m looking for a ‘out of the box’ server or a nearly ‘out of the box’ server.

    Almost all nas boxes come with 0.2.4. Certainly anything that says that it has support for iTunes does. I believe there are some that are going to ship with a svn version (1376 or 1489), Infrant among them, but I can’t be sure. Most device manufacturers don’t really share their future shipping plans with me. 🙂

    #10643

    flipstar

    hi
    just found your talk via google.
    My name is flip and im the guy behind http://www.nas-2000.org
    the NAS comes with daapd by default so an update
    to firefly would be quite interesting for me/us even through the
    firmware is currently in a alpha state.
    Since tinky (the firmware) got ipkg support it should be easy to
    create a firefly pkg.

    If you are interested feel invited to the mailinglist
    http://www.freelists.org/list/nas-2000

    Regards,
    flip

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