Re: Telnet on LS1
- Can OpenLink be used? I thought they got a SSH server to run on it.
If so, then you should get secure-ftp service at no extra cost. Then
just find a nice client program for the Mac so you don't have to use
old command line utils like "scp". Will Safari work? On Konqueror
(Safari's Uncle) I can do this: sftp://linkstation and get it to work.
Oh and BTW Telnet is not enabled by default on the LS-1, There are
hacks posted about how to turn it on. OpenLink is a better choice
overall if you are not up to completely transforming you LS into a
full blown Debian Linux machine (i.e. Freelink) like I have done.
Finally it is possible that the problem you are having is not really
long file names, but illegal characters in the file name. You might
test for this.
--- In LinkStation_General@yahoogroups.com, "cherrytreeproduction"
> it depends on what time you want to invest or your linux skills.
> you could for example install freelink (pure debian) and then download
> and execute Freelinkomatix from there:
> the only thing you might need to modify is the /etc/samba/smb.conf so
> all your shares are shares again.
> as the software is newer it should resolve your problems. if even that
> does not solve your problem you can even upgrade to the latest debian
> version as FreeLink is based on sarge and the current stable release
> is etch.
> -- mindbender
> --- In LinkStation_General@yahoogroups.com, "loosegroove2000"
> <bronson.elliott@> wrote:
> > Hello all. I have a Linkstation 1 (120GB) with firmware 1.48. I am
> using a Macintosh with OS
> > X 10.4.10. When I try to backup files to the drive, some of them
> won't copy because it states
> > that the file name is too long.
> > I read some posts here and elsewhere about putting some new software
> on the LS using
> > telnet. However, I can not connect to the LS using telnet. It
> tells me that the connection was
> > refused. It doesn't even ask me for the root name and password.
> > How can I get the LS updated to handle my Mac files?
> > --
> > Bronson