You can also use Putty under windows to access the nas via ssh and get a command line instead of knoppix.http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgta ... nload.html
But alos knoppix is ok.
Anyhow the reason that it can not find it with copying is that the command line you get is from the linux system on the spd8020. As the directories of your PC running knoppix are not shared the spd8020 can not find those.
To solve this copy the fan-spd-46 binary to a share on the spd8020 NAS before starting knoppix or putty
For instance a share with name "fvdw"
Now access the nas using putty or knoppix ssh command and enter the password.
Now you are on the command line of the spd8020.
Follow the instruction as described on convopit
For your convienience I copied them in this post
Access the spd8020 using putty or any other ssh client use username root and password that yiou have set if you use fvdw 6.1 (the default one is giveit2me)
You will get a command line.
Enter the command
You will get a list of running programs one of them will have name /usr/sbin/fan-spd
see example output below
316 root SW [kjournald]
345 root SW< [kslowd000]
346 root SW< [kslowd001]
438 root 8 S /usr/sbin/buttons-spd
442 root 44 S /usr/sbin/fan-spd
Thats the fan control daemon.
We are going to stop it, enter command
killall -9 fan-spd
If you now give the "ps" command the daemon should be not in the list anymore.
Now copy the file fan-spd-46 to the system directory /usr/sbin
For instance by putting it in the fvdw share and entering the following command in putty
cp /share/1000/fvdw/fan-spd-46 /usr/sbin/fan-spd-46
Rename the original fan control daemon and rename the 46 oC daemon to the name used by the boot scripts and set properties that it becomes executable
mv /usr/sbin/fan-spd /usr/sbin/fan-spd-40
mv /usr/sbin/fan-spd-46 /usr/sbin/fan-spd
chmod 755 /usr/sbin/fan-spd
reboot the nas and check if the the fan-spd daemon is running by using the "ps" command in putty.
You can also start the daemon manually by entering the command /usr/sbin/fan-spd