Index of /dns323/fun-plug/0.5
WARNING: You cannot use these packages with earlier funplug versions!
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Getting started on DNS-323 and CH3SNAS:
Copy fun_plug and fun_plug.tgz to Volume 1 and reboot. If
successful, the fun_plug.tgz file is unpacked (ffp directory) and
deleted. A telnet server is started.
Many programs are included in the tarball, e.g.
* Lighttpd Web Server
* OpenSSH Secure Shell
* Mediatomb UPnP Media Server
* NTP Network Time Daemon
* UNFS3 User-Space NFS Server
* NFS-Utils NFS Server (requires kernel support)
* RSync File Transfer Utility
Using rsync, you can download and install additional packages with:
rsync -av inreto.de::dns323/fun-plug/0.5/packages .
funpkg -i *.tgz
The uncompressed fun_plug.tgz requires approx. 40MB disk space, a
full installation of all packages currently 450MB.
For the full list of available packages see PACKAGES.html.
For more information, and a list of contributed packages, please
visit the DNS-323 wiki and forums at
The build scripts used to create ffp are available from a subversion
repository. You can download the latest revision with:
svn co svn://inreto.de/svn/dns323/funplug/trunk funplug
- By default, the 0.5 funplug is installed to /mnt/HD_a2/ffp, but
compiled with /ffp as prefix. The fun_plug script creates a symbolic
link /ffp -> /mnt/HD_a2/ffp that allows the programs to run. If you
move the funplug (e.g. to run on a USB stick), adjust the
FFP_PATH variable in the fun_plug script accordingly (don't forget
to add code to mount the USB stick).
- For the DNS-323, there's a method to boot ffp and a recent kernel
with NFS support:
- The 0.5 version is built with a custom toolchain based on
binutils-2.18, gcc-4.1 and uClibc-0.9.29. Consequently, the 0.5
funplug comes with its own set of runtime libraries in
/ffp/lib. (Earlier fun-plugs used a toolchain created from the GPL
sources tarball provided by D-Link, and were linked against the
firmware libraries in /lib.)
- Native binutils and gcc packages are available. Programs compiled
with these tools will depend on /ffp/lib/ld-uClibc.so.0 as dynamic
linker and cannot be used without this funplug (unless you know how
to change the dynamic linker path at compile-time). Compiler and
linker will also search the /ffp/include and /ffp/lib directories
for include files and libraries.
- All development files (include files, static libraries, etc) are
included in the respective package files. There are no binary-only
or development packages. For some packages to compile successfully,
it may be necessary to relink /bin/sh to /ffp/bin/bash.
- The included dns323-utils (dns323-temp, -fan, ...) will use
libraries in /ffp, too. If you want them to run with firmware
libraries (e.g. to prevent disk accesses), use a package from here:
ffp on other devices:
- D-Link DNS-313:
- chroot'ed on Zyxel NSA-220:
- Linksys WRT 350N wireless routers:
- RaidSonic IB-NAS4220-B: