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PostPosted: Mon May 21, 2012 3:14 am 

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I have two Linkstation Pro Duo with open stock firmware and a bunch of optware packages on each.

I need a way for each of the Linkstations to be able to write files to each other more than just a manually launched rsync or ftp transfer or even a regularly scheduled one. I really need to be able to set up permanent mounted shares that the other can access.

My specific need is for sickbeard to be able to manage files on both servers. I currently have nzbget installed on both NAS as I couldn't find anyway for nzbget from one NAS to manage or drop files on the other NAS. I don't really want to do this for sickbeard as the whole benefit of the program is the way that it manages the library completely.

I've tried samba, but the kernel is not compiled with smbclient and there doesn't seem to be a package for it.
I've tried NFS but again, no kernel support and no package for software NFS
The last option that I tried was sshfs, which again there is no package for it.

Has anyone found anyway that two linkstation NAS to have permanent access to each other in the way of a mounted share? Is there any other form of sharing that can be installed which will work, even if it's slow? I don't need to use it for file sharing, more for moving and renaming, within the same NAS.

PostPosted: Mon May 28, 2012 9:12 am 
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seems like a lot of missing packages... which itsy feed are you using?

KuroHG - UBoot 1.2, foonas-em & Debian Wheezy - 3.4 Kernel
Kurobox Pro - Dave's Lenny-armel
LS-WVL - opened
LS-XHL - Squeeze Bootstrap
LS-VL - Squeeze Bootstrap

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