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Assume that you are a developer working on a new project that will consist of C sources files, a Makefile, and perhaps some resources such as icons or images.
Obviously, these items must live somewhere, and so on day one of the project, you create a directory on your local desktop system where these files will live, and write a few hundred lines of code, storing the results in that directory.
This might be useful if (and when) QNAP will support better this method.
Anyway, here some comments from me (hope Andy can help more).
Below are the options that you should apply the configuration file.
If you did not disable the example configuration files can be found.
After a few weeks of hacking, you come up with version 0.1 of your creation, and after some light testing, you decide that your creation is ready to be pushed out onto the Web, with the hope of generating some user feedback from a small community of users.
After a few weeks, your e-mail inbox has accumulated several feature requests from users, and perhaps a dozen or so bug reports (in addition to a ton of spam because you gave out your e-mail address to the public).
Firstly create the directory on the new machine & rsync all the existing content across.user is the name in /share/Public/cvs/CVSROOT/passwd Installation of subversion svn is similiar ( xinitd for svnserve (separate program in /opt/bin)etc../[email protected] 209 Pro IIVersion 2.1.0 Build 0624TOK. got a TS409U (lovely) and just got ipkg installed on it according to the Andy method Installed cvs via ipkg and have followed the instructions (successfully i think) up to the "start on boot" point. See, the Andy method installs ipkg under a chroot environment. f=85&t=1085&st=0&sk=t&sd=a&hilit=ipkg 409&start=60)So do I need to be putting all the chroot startup stuff in the root autorun.sh, then putting the cvs startup stuff in the chrooted If this is the case, will the mount commands be the same in your instructions? will the autorun under chroot still be on /dev/mtdblock5 ?I'm a bit of a *nix n00b Hi, I’m a little bit new in this NAS environment, so probably Andy can give better answer.Best way to check this is to reboot NAS without that “start on boot” point.This will not start xinitd nor CVS, of course, but we can see the paths. None of the paths exist from the root - but I guess this is because cvs was installed under the chroot environment of /share/MD0_DATA/optware/ questions then:1) How do you autostart a server app that is installed in a chroot environment2) when reading this: there is a link that is created in the that links /opt to the chroot environment.