I am new Twonky User ( <24hrs ) but followed frater in Post #1 and had 4.4.11 running fairly fast,
ONLY after I figured out to deploy hack to MBWE 1TB BlueRing thru Router/Network, not directly connect thru LAN port on laptop.
I'd been moving some files and forgot to swap cables back.. oops!
Now I have upgraded to v5.1.2, registered/licensed, my PS3 is happy & I am ecstatic - v5.1.3 is coming shortly but this is a good update.
A huge THANKS to everyone here for inspiring me to HACK it :D
wowktv.. hope you got fixed.
WORKDIR1 is a preset value & later in code, var WORKDIR will use default if present.. ie.. you named ur DIR as prescribed or ran autonaming installation.
Otherwise WORKDIR will take value of your own choice used at setup ( WORKDIR2 reads current DIR name )
When I recieved my License, I got a link to v5.1.2 and downloaded the Linux file…
It didn't work and had file not found, etc… then I figured out it was for a Linux box so went snooping in the Twonky Forum unsupported section and found the NAS builds.
Poked around and eventually saw the familiar armel-uclibc naming that matched the 4.4.11 I'd installed so realised this is MY version. (Linux ARM little endian )
SO without wishing to hijack frater, I want to offer a few comments in support of those great words that got me up & away so quickly & bring you v5.1.2.
log on in SSH as root
if you have installed already you need to kill & remove
rm -fr /usr/local/<WHATEVER-DIR_NAME-USED> /var/run/twonkymedia.pid ( in early versions, twonky.pid )
Now your old version is gone, lets get it going again - I'll stick with TwonkyVision as DIR_NAME but you can call it anything you wish, ie.. I used 'TwonkyServer'
Now follow on using frater directions in post #1 AFTER the wget command ( ie.. ipkg, unzip, etc.. ).
if you have latest version of unzip already, it'll tell you so otherwise you'll upgrade so worth doing
you can use this in place of the three chmod commands
**chmod 700 twonkym* cgi-bin/* plugins/* **
vi was interesting ( I couldn't get nano to work so read up the commands for this editor )
ESC key will switch modes, a allows you to type, x deletes at cursor, :wq saves & quits, :q! exits hard-out.
for twonkymedia.sh you need to edit/replace so need to use x, post_network_start.sh is simply addition so requires a only
so once file opens, move cursor to position and x until any text to remove is gone, a, type new line exactly as frater says, ESC, :wq