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For a while, I was really trying to figure out a way that I could use this to be an external storage device for the PSP, but it only allowed access to the files stored on the drives via Windows Networking (or Samba), which made it a non-starter. Additionally, there was no way to really ‘stream’ content to the PSP – if you hit a media file with the browser, it copied it down to the memory stick.
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After spending the weekend hacking around with , I now have it up and running with not only the functionality that came with the WL-HDD, but I was able to put a small webserver on it that is completely accessible from my home network when plugged into my lan. And, since the WL-HDD can also act as an 802.11g access point, buy propecia online when travelling. Having a small, wireless embedded browser with access to 20gb of storage (I put an old laptop drive in) not only enables all sorts of neat scenarios, but specifically now allows me to access the web pages and RSS feeds with enclosures I dropped on there so that the PSP RSS "Channels" can stream content from the drive.
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Here’s basically what I did to get Oleg’s firmware on the device, Samba/Windows networking working, and get thttpd running by default on the drive. While daunting, it’s a one time setup:
buy propecia online: Flash Oleg’s to the WL-HDD. Details can be found at . Once the flash has completed, configure the WL-HDD via it’s web interface, configure it, etc. Turn on Samba support via the web interface.
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workgroup = WORKGROUP
guest account = nobody
security = share
browseable = yes
guest ok = yes
guest only = yes
log level = 1
max log size = 100
encrypt passwords = no
preserve case = yes
short preserve case = yes
path = /tmp/harddisk
writable = yes
browseable = yes
force user = admin
Basically, this will create a network share called "share" that’s viewable by the workgroup named "WORKGROUP".
buy propecia online: buy propecia online. Via telnet, you’ll want to flash smb.conf to the device, and start samba using the ‘post-boot’ file. To do this, type the following commands:
echo /etc/smb.conf >> /usr/local/.files
echo "/usr/sbin/smbd -D" >> /usr/local/sbin/post-boot
echo "/usr/sbin/nmbd -D" >> /usr/local/sbin/post-boot
chmod +x /usr/local/sbin/post-boot
buy propecia online: buy propecia online. Once the WL-HDD has rebooted, telnet into it again. We’re going to create a 64MB file that we’ll use as a mounted swap file that additional applications (such as our webserver) will be installed. More info can be found at
dd if=/dev/zero of=/tmp/harddisk/opt.ext3 bs=1048576 count=64
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mount -text3 -oloop,noatime /tmp/harddisk/opt.ext3 /opt
mkdir -p /opt/tmp/ipkg
echo "#!/bin/sh" >> /usr/local/sbin/post-mount
echo "mount -text3 -oloop,noatime /tmp/harddisk/opt.ext3 /opt" >> /usr/local/sbin/post-mount
chmod +x /usr/local/sbin/post-mount
Once the WL-HDD reboots, you’ll see a 64MB file on your harddrive. Internally, the drive mounts this and sees it as a 64MB drive that it can use.
buy propecia online: buy propecia online. Ipkg is a simple package installer, more details can be found . Telnet into the WL-HDD:
ipkg.sh install ipkg
echo "src unslung " >> /opt/etc/ipkg.conf
This will update ipkg with the latest available packages, and install the binary to our mounted swap drive.
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ipkg install thttpd
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echo "/opt/etc/init.d/S80thttpd" >> /usr/local/sbin/post-mount
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Wow. I know that was a really long, complicated post – sorry about that. Hopefully, someone else may find these instructions useful, it was a pretty interesting weekend hack project. Tommorow, i’ll post a sample RSS feed and html page that I used to stream from the WL-HDD directly to the PSP.