I think the problem may be that the NASSetup appears to be trying to
create directories for a Linkstation1, not a LinkstationII, which has
a subtly different directory structure.
The manual approach is probably not working because the scripts refer
to an executable called 'mediaserver'. unfortunately the executable
supplied by Twonky isn't called mediaserver, it's called twonkymedia
(or something similar, I can't remember exactly). You have 2 options
- rename the executable to mediaserver, or alter the script to refer
to the name of the executable you have. Assuming you've followed all
the other instructions about placing the files in the correct places
and altering their attributes, this should work.
--- In LinkStation_General@yahoogroups.com
> I have a linkstation with firmware 2.05 and I would love to get this
> working as a media server for music only using TwonkyMusic.I have
> installed the patch which allows me access the linkstation via
> telnet, but every time I run the NASSetup from Twonky nothing seems
> to work.
> I enter the IP Address of the linkstation and where the scripts seems
> to be creating the folders such as "mkdir /mnt/share/twonkyvision" it
> suggest "cannont create directory"? Can anyone let me know what I am
> doing wrong?
> I have also tried to follow the instructions on how to manually set
> up Twonky using the .ini file created in Crimson Editor. But when it
> comes to the part to copy the files to the folder using telnet, the
> session reads: "cp: cannot stat '/mnt/hda/share/mediaserver': No such
> file or directory"
> Can anyone help???