Tagged: HS NAS
wolfman4.0Participant4 October 2013 at 22:07Post count: 16
Has anyone considered installing the HS binaries on a NAS, which is running 24h anyway?
I think it has to be a NAS with an atom based CPU due to intel binary compatibility.wolfman4.0Participant24 September 2014 at 12:23Post count: 16
I would like to inform you that i am currentry working on a port for my NAS.
My device is an Asustore 302T which has an intel atom CPU and therefor is binary compatible.
I started using the HS4.2 hyper-V VM which is debian linux based. First i had to install python on the asustore nas, for which a asustore package exists in the appstore.
A quick test showed me there are some libraries missing:
Due to there is an RPM package manager on the asustore nas i could get those libraries via
wget “ftp://……” and install them using
rpm -i libssl……rpm
that worked but due to some messages from hs_main showing some missing parameter (e.g. libssl version number) i changed my mind and copied the binaries from my VM. So those warnings disappeared.
Next step is a missing Image Library (“_imaging C module missing”).
The python image library is named “PIL” and can also be downloaded, but my best approach was also copying from the VM.
Currently i am still working step by step to eliminate one error after the other, but the first experiances show that it is possible.
… to be continued …
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