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* When asked if this should be in inetd mode or standalone mode, select inetd mode if there isn’t going to be a lot of ftp traffic.
 
* When asked if this should be in inetd mode or standalone mode, select inetd mode if there isn’t going to be a lot of ftp traffic.
 
* Verify you can log into the Kurobox via FTP.
 
* Verify you can log into the Kurobox via FTP.
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== Install Key Packages ==
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This will install some of the basic things to assist in making life a little easier when dealing with Debian.
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* Install Key Packages which can be found [http://linkstationwiki.net/index.php?title=Articles/DebianKeyPackages here]

Revision as of 16:16, 23 February 2007

Contents

Introduction

The purpose of this project is to have a place to archive TV shows recorded via ReplayTV and still be able to access them by browsing to the Kurobox from any ReplayTV on your LAN. I personally have this running on my LAN and it works flawlessly! Keep in mind, you will need at least an HG model for this to work reliably. A standard Kurobox will work with very mixed results.

The following set of instructions is assuming you will be starting from scratch on a Kurobox…let’s get started!


Install Debian

  • Follow steps spelled out here
  • Use the latest Kurobox Debian image from here (Be sure to select the correct download for your Kurobox [HG vs non-HG])


Install FTP

After Debian is installed it’s a good idea to install an ftp server. The Kurobox must have internet access at this time in order to install.

  • Switch to root
# su root
  • Install proftpd
# apt-get install proftpd
  • When asked if this should be in inetd mode or standalone mode, select inetd mode if there isn’t going to be a lot of ftp traffic.
  • Verify you can log into the Kurobox via FTP.

Install Key Packages

This will install some of the basic things to assist in making life a little easier when dealing with Debian.

  • Install Key Packages which can be found here