RE: [LinkStation_General] Two USB disks
As I understood it, you can have one printer and one disk connected at any one time. You cannot have two disks or two printers connected.
From: Sal D'Anna [mailto:saldanna@...]
Sent: Mon 06/12/2004 03:42
Subject: RE: [LinkStation_General] Re: Set time on LinkStation
Thank you for all the great info. I'm new to the list and have a question.
Is it possible to have two USB disks connected to the LinkStation? I can't
seem to get it to recognize the second USB drive. If I try to make a share
folder named usbdisk2 it tells me that I can't use that name so that makes
me think that it knows it is there but just won't link me to it. The other
question I have is why the LinkStation is sharing a printer that does not
exist since I have none connected to it?
From: sjungels [mailto:stephen@...]
Sent: Sunday, December 05, 2004 6:14 PM
Subject: [LinkStation_General] Re: Set time on LinkStation
Right after /etc/cron.d/calib_time.sh is run (once an hour if you
changed your crontab), the RTC and the system time will be the same.
Then you can read the system time simply by typing "date" (but you
probably knew that).
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> how do I tell what the RTC time is?
> --- In LinkStation_General@yahoogroups.com, "sjungels" <stephen@j...>
> > You're welcome. I think ntpdate updates the RTC, but I'm not
> > absolutely certain. My RTC has the correct time, which suggests it is
> > being set by NTP, but maybe it's just a very accurate clock.
> > Be warned that this is not a perfect solution. It creates a
> > discontinuity every hour when the time is set. If you have a cron job
> > scheduled at about that time, it might get run twice or not at all. I
> > haven't come up with anything better, though.
> > -- Stephen
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- --- Andrew Hodgson <andrew@...> wrote:
> Hi,If the Web interface of the LS can't take it, you can
> As I understood it, you can have one printer and
> one disk connected at any one time. You cannot
> have two disks or two printers connected.
always go "under-the-hood" and modify a few config
files yourself to do what you want.
This is all the more reason why the direction I'm
going with the LS is to ditch the whole original OS
and put an uncrippled one in its place. I've done
this myself, but now am working on a less involved
procedure for doing it to share with others.
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