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install_qnap [2011/12/24 00:55]
cerberus
install_qnap [2011/12/24 02:30]
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 ====== 1 The Easy Way ====== ====== 1 The Easy Way ======
  
-1. Install ​the JRE QPKG. More details ​[[http://forum.qnap.com/viewtopic.php?​f=163&​t=45963|here]]+1. Locate ​the correct version of JRE [[http://java.sun.com/javase/​downloads/​embedded.jsp|Here]] and download to the Public share
-2. Download ​and install ​the Serviio QPKG.+
  
-ARM x19: [[http://​www.multiupload.com/​NPHQOPNRSI|Download ​Here]] +2. Download ​and install the JRE 6 QPKG for ARM or x86 from the link provided below.
-x86: [[http://​www.multiupload.com/​LZ3K92Y1NQ|Download Here]]+
  
 +ARM x19: [[http://​ftp.qnap.com/​QPKG/​ARM/​JRE_6_arm-x19.zip|Download Here]]
 +x86: [[http://​eu1.qnap.com/​Storage/​QPKG/​X86/​JRE_6_X86.zip|Download Here]]
  
-====== 2 The Hard Way ======+3. Once installed, enable it from the admin backend and that's it. You can now run any types of Java apps on your NAS now but expect the performance degrades as it is NAS and not a server/pc.
  
-Thought I should write down my success (i think now atleast) story too and maybe i will help someone out.+4. Download ​and install the Serviio QPKG.
  
-NoteIf you get some problems I am fairly sure I wont be able to help you out since everything feels sorta unstable once you reboot, the smallest error and nothing will work after bootup and you have to go through all config again and reboot (which takes like 5-10 minutes).+ARM x19[[http://​www.multiupload.com/​NPHQOPNRSI|Download Here]] 
 +x86: [[http://​www.multiupload.com/​LZ3K92Y1NQ|Download Here]]
  
-The biggest issues I had setting it up is that basically you can't change any base config in for example/​etc/​init.d/​ folders and whatnot, cause the QNAP NAS will overwrite most of it with its built-in settings (probably wise to avoid support issues where people have bricked their NAS or something by scewing up the OS  ) 
  
-Anyways, what I did to get everything to run smoothly is (I might have missed a bit here and there, but bear with me):+====== 2 The Hard Way ====== 
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 +<​note>​If you make smallest error and nothing will work after bootup and you have to go through all config again and reboot (which takes like 5-10 minutes)
 +</​note>​
  
-0. I used most of the synology guide at [[http://pcloadletter.co.uk/2011/​02/​07/​serviio-on-synology-nas-with-arm-cpu/​|HERE]] as reference since the systems are really similar.+The biggest issues is that basically you can't change any base config in for example/etc/init.dfolders and whatnot, cause the QNAP NAS will overwrite most of it with its built-in settings (probably wise to avoid support issues where people have bricked their NAS or something by scewing up the OS  )
  
 1. Start by installing IPKG Optware from the appliaction services/​qpkg plugins page (also make sure to enable it) from the QNAP web administration frontend. 1. Start by installing IPKG Optware from the appliaction services/​qpkg plugins page (also make sure to enable it) from the QNAP web administration frontend.
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