AFAIK, ushare should be in the optware feed... I currently run ushare 1.1a, but it is compiled by Bitbake, not from the Optware feed, so I can't vouch for that particular package.
I bootstrapped the unit. I put Optware in it and I was able to install ushare 1.1a as well. However, after configuring the file a couple of times it would not show up in my xbox360.
I could see the Media Unit in my network from my Windows Vista computer. But when I tried to access the files through windows media player it would show it as empty, "No media found".
I will post exactly what I did once I get home.
This is what I did so far:
1) Spawn telnet using acp_commander
java -jar acp_commander.jar -t xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx -o
2)Access via telnet
3)Downloaded http://buffalo.nas-central.org/download ... addons.tar
into /share and typed
tar -C / -xzvf /mnt/disk1/share/addons.tar
4) Fixed a DNS issue in the LS-LGL (I never had an issue but did it anyway, I'm also not sure what this does if anyone can explain to me I would appreciate it
echo "hosts: files dns" >/etc/nsswitch.conf
6) Exited telnet, and re-entered.
8) Installed ushare
ipkg install ushare
9) Configured ushare
configured to look like this
# Configuration file for uShare
# uShare UPnP Friendly Name (default is 'uShare').
# Interface to listen to (default is eth0).
# Ex : USHARE_IFACE=eth1
# Port to listen to (default is random from IANA Dynamic Ports range)
# Ex : USHARE_PORT=49200
# Port to listen for Telnet connections
# Ex : USHARE_TELNET_PORT=1337
# Directories to be shared (space or CSV list).
# Ex: USHARE_DIR=/dir1,/dir2
# Use to override what happens when iconv fails to parse a file name.
# The default uShare behaviour is to not add the entry in the media list
# This option overrides that behaviour and adds the non-iconv'ed string into
# the media list, with the assumption that the renderer will be able to
# handle it. Devices like Noxon 2 have no problem with strings being passed
# as is. (Umlauts for all!)
# Options are TRUE/YES/1 for override and anything else for default behaviour
# Enable Web interface (yes/no)
# Enable Telnet control interface (yes/no)
# Use XboX 360 compatibility mode (yes/no)
# Use DLNA profile (yes/no)
# This is needed for PlayStation3 to work (among other devices)
10) Also did (according to my network settings)
route add -net 192.168.1.0 netmask 255.255.255.0 eth0
11) Then I ran ushare by doing the following command
I got a response saying something like "Starting ushare media server blah blah"
However, nothing would show up in my xbox. My computer was there but not the uShare.
Like I said earlier I could see the uShare media server under windows vista, but none of the files would show up.