There is already a thread on the subject and which shows quite a lot of people including myself, have been successful in running Twonky Media Linux ARM little endian uclibc 0.9.28.
If we follow the procedure on the http://mybookworld.wikidot.com/forum/t-46375/twonkymedia-on-mybook-possible-clue then we have to create a folder 'TwonkyVision' in folder /usr/local. Then unzip all the package files in this folder and then run the twonkymedia.sh script which starts the DLNA server. It seems like it is a predefined location ONLY for running twonky media.
I wanted to unzip and run twonky media from any other user defined location ( in another NAS device/Router). So i created a new folder 'TwonkyVision' in the folder patch '/tmp/mnt/disc0_1/TwonkyVision' . As usual i unzipped all files in this folder and when i tried to run twonkymedia.sh , it gave me an error that folder /usr/local/ does not exists. It is true since I am not running it from /usr/local/TwonkyVision folder.
I tried to edit the twonkymedia.sh file and replaced the entry '/usr/local/TwonkyVision' with the entry "/tmp/mnt/disc0_1/TwonkyVision". Tried running the twonkymedia.sh again (it calls a file twonkymedia in the same folder) and now it shows another error like "word expected not " ) " ) ". After that I am stuck till now.
If someone else has done a similar experiment, then the most help i need is that can someone guide me how to run the TwonkyVision Linux ARM little endian uclibc 0.9.28 from any other user defined location instead of the hardcoded "/usr/local/TwonkyVision" folder. How to edit the twonkymedia.sh file and do anyother adjustments if necessary.
It would be a big help since it would be possible to run this on a variety of hardware platforms with optware packages uclibc installed.
Thanks and Regards,