- 15th April 2007 at 3:46 pm #9938tempParticipant
Problem solved. . .well ar problem. I found a neat little utility for XP which will un-ar a file
progress report soon
Nick15th April 2007 at 5:59 pm #9939CCRDudeParticipant
Oh, a bit late, but if a tool for Windows is sufficient, I can only recommend Total Commander, for which a DEB-plugin exists. Very comfortable, it allows browsing of DEBs and even included archives as if they were folders.
Or directly on the TeraStation: Midnight Commander for Linux (& more) allows to browse .deb files as well. There’s even a tutorial on how to install MC on the TeraStation on the TS wiki, written by myself 😉
No dev tools needed, just download packages, convert and install them. “Alternative” and “Installation” on that list should be the sufficient steps.
Just to add a few other methods to your deb-browsing list 😉16th April 2007 at 7:04 am #9940tempParticipant
Either I’m doning something really stupid or there are issues with the nightly I’m using and the Home Server varient of the Terastation becuase I had to re-install the firmware again yesterday. Could this be anything to do with the fact that it already running a music server (PCast?)
Can anybody suggest which is the most stable version of mt-daapd to use in my situation?
Thanks16th April 2007 at 9:11 am #9941CCRDudeParticipant
Well, as I already posted somewhere I think, the hacked TeraStation version (opened SSH) never ran very stable for me (not the Home edition, no PCast imho), that’s why I switched my music server over to a Kurobox, and went back to the fully official firmware. In my case though, stability was unrelated to mt-daapd.
I wish there would be a simpler way to install Debian on the TS 🙁
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