Re: [LinkStation_General] Linux help mt-daapd how to
- --- James S Stubbs <stubbsjuk@...> wrote:
> I have a couple of questions on the 1st para of theYes, for example: "mkdir /opt"
> how to:
> "untar the Kurobox binaries need for compiling etc.
> You can download
> them from *www.revogear.com.*
> <http://www.revogear.com/> I put them in
> /mnt/opt/binary and made
> a symlink of /opt to /mnt/opt so as not to fill up
> the root
> partition too much. The packages you need are all
> those related to
> Question 2:
> I don't have /opt or /mnt/opt/binary I guess I have
> to create them.
I'm not sure, but "binary" might get automatically
created when un-tarring the file.
> Question 3:Yes, only backwards: "ln -s /mnt/opt /opt".
> Is the command to add the symlink ln -s /opt
/opt should not already exist, but /mnt/opt does.
>Not only that, but I expect everytime you do a
> I can see the reason that the author would like
> **not** to fill up his root partition
> I can see that mine is already 51% used.
"Firmware" update, it probably wipes that whole
partition clean. This way your additions remain
> Question 4:I'm not sure what utilities that are normally on
> How do I list all of files/directories that are
> using this space? I understand the use of ls -l but
> that does not tell me what is taking up
> the space in hda1
Unix/Linux systems are not on the LS, and my LS is
down right now, but try something like this:
du -kax |sort -nr | more
If you get errors, try dropping some features (things
past the "-" switch on some of the commands. The
versions on the LS might not be full featured.
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