Yes, I know this is damn stupid, but I had just been upgrading My Book Live (3TB) to the Twonky Server v7 and all was going right until I tried to upgrade to the latest Twonky Server, which wasn't working for me. I then tried to go back to the first v7 installation and in the attempt of trying to switch from DLNA to Twonky, things went further wrong. I then went in and tried to uninstall stuff and in my panic/hurry I was in the /root directory when I started cleaning up and then did - rm -rf /usr/local and then realised what I had done, but too late. Is there anyway I can rectify this. The harddrive will no longer start and I therefore can not connect to it. What are my options?
Summary:Deleted the directory /root/usr/local by mistake -- obviously I can longer startup the drive
rebelZA 11 Mar 2013 11:56
Re: Deleted /root/usr/local
rfreire 14 Mar 2013 22:40
Check this thread