Compiled MLDonkey 2.9.7 (max_bt_uploaders patched + missing torrents fix) for the DNS-323!
- mldonkey lite – supports filetp, bittorrent
- mldonkey lite (no gd) – supports filetp, bittorrent
- mldonkey normal – supports filetp, bittorrent, edonkey
- mldonkey normal (no gd) – supports filetp, bittorrent, edonkey
- mldonkey full – supports filetp, bittorrent, edonkey, directconnect
- mldonkey full (no gd) – supports filetp, bittorrent, edonkey, directconnect
Note: MLDonkey (except no gd) is compiled with graphical libraries. Hence you would need to install gd-2.0.35-1.tgz (or newer), libjpeg-6b-1.tgz (or newer) and libpng-1.2.29-1.tgz (or newer) on your NAS before you can start mlnet. Other wise you will see the message “can’t load library ‘libgd.so.2′” and/or “can’t load library ‘libjpeg.so.62′” in your mlnet.log.
Download the necessary package and place it on Volume_1 of your NAS (DNS-343, DNS-323, DNS-313). Telnet to your NAS and type the following commands
/ # cd /mnt/HD_a2
/mnt/HD_a2 # funpkg -i mldonkey-2.9.7-lite-1.tgz
Installing package mldonkey-2.9.7-lite …
To run mldonkey, simply issue the command “/ffp/start/mlnet.sh start”.
/mnt/HD_a2 # sh /ffp/start/mlnet.sh start
MLDonkey takes some time to setup the necessary files. Default download directory has been set to “/mnt/HD_a2/mldonkey” or simple the mldonkey folder in Volume_1.
To make MLDonkey auto-run on reboot, simply issue the following command
/mnt/HD_a2 # chmod a+x /ffp/start/mlnet.sh
Configuring MLDonkey if you are running it for the first time
You would need to configure the settings so you can access the web interface. Execute the following commands.
/mnt/HD_a2 # telnet 127.0.0.1 4000
Welcome to MLDonkey 2.9.6
Welcome on mldonkey command-line
Use ? for help
> auth admin “”
Full access enabled
SECURITY WARNING: user admin has an empty password, use command: useradd admin password
> set allowed_ips “127.0.0.1 255.255.255.255”
option allowed_ips value changed
options and sources saved
Connection closed by foreign host
Accessing the web interface
After configuring the settings, you can direct your web browser to http://<NAS’s IP>:4080.
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The FAQ for setting up MLDonkey can be found here.