It's possible. I don't have remote access fully set up at present (as I have
to try and port forward through a UPC modem/router which is proving to be an
absolute nightmare!) so I'll check it out when I get home later tonight.
I did try br-lan in the config file but that made no difference. I also
tried to install minidlna as previously suggested however when I did that it
spit out a load of errors about not being able to set up symbolic links.
That's probably my fault though as I've marked /mnt/usbstorage as a
destination for installed programs for OpenWRT however it's formatted to
Fat32 which I don't think supports this function, I'm pretty sure it's a
function of ext3 and up.
I think I may just backup the needed data from this drive to another drive,
wipe and format it as ext and start again.
On Mon, Oct 24, 2011 at 9:54 AM, Kenn Humborg <kenn at linux.ie> wrote:
> > For some reason when I try and run the uShare application from busybox I
> > get
> > the following error:
> > root at OpenWrt:/mnt/usbstorage# ushare
> > .an't find interface br0
> > The '.an't' isn't a typo either. Here's my config file:
> > # /etc/ushare.conf
> > # Configuration file for uShare
> > # uShare UPnP Friendly Name (default is 'uShare').
> > USHARE_NAME=OpenWRT
> > # Interface to listen to (default is eth0).
> > # Ex : USHARE_IFACE=eth1
> > USHARE_IFACE=br0
>> Perhaps you have a stray carriage-return here, just after 'br0'?
> That could explain why the 'C' in can't gets overwritten by
> the period.
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