It looks like Thecus has already started playing with it. I have 1.00.05 on mine and when I SSH into it, I can see that the config and initd for the iSCSI target is already there and configured. The actual binaries have been deleted of course, so I am going to have to manually add it back, but I hope to be able to test it soon, just need to compile a compatible version.
I give it a little try, but found out that they took out the crc32c stuff, so I will need to get that first. I won't have time to recompile for the correct version till next week sometimes. I will know better then.
Are you sure that it is open-iscsi 1.0-485 that they are using??? From the config file and the start script, it points me to IET instead. It can be found at iscsitarget.sourceforge.net/
I currently have ubuntu running IET on it and it works good for me. I was hoping to just copy the files over, but without crc32c compiled for the kernel, it did not work. I need to get that first, before more testing can be done.