I have an N3200PRO, and I've been trying to run its media server through my PS3. Starting with Mediabolic, which worked fine once I replaced my hub with a switch, then trying the Twonky 1.0.10 module.
I can rarely make it through half an hour of video before I lose audio and then get DLNA protocol errors (7531) and lose the whole server. It seems to me I don't get the errors nearly as frequently (though occasionally) using Mediabolic, but I can't be sure of that because I can't stand Mediabolic's sorting, so don't watch as much. After finding this thread and learning of a newer version, I upgraded to the 1.0.18 module, but the problems still continue.
Is this something that could be fixed with a Twonky v5 module, or is it probably still a network issue?
I've installed the Twonky module 3.00.00 on my N3200PRO, and I'm unable to find the configuration page. Both my bookmark from previous Twonky version installations and the module configuration link point to port 9000/config, but don't return anything.
I had an issue with the previous installations where I couldn't access the configuration pages unless I had regular webdisk enabled, but that's still enabled. I have installed the new webserver module in between the last Twonky installation and now, but I've tried uninstalling it and I still can't get the page. I had to alter the install.rdf to reflect the N3200PRO model, but that's the only change I made.
Is there another setting I need to make, or something I'm missing?
Rolling back versions has the old version (1.0.18) also not work any more. The webserver module must be messing something up that isn't undone when it's removed.
I don't have any way to check how it used to be, and I'm not that proficient with Linux, but in the TWONKYMEDIA/www directory there are only two things - index.htm, which appears to just be the Thecus module configuration page (not the Twonky configuration page), and a symbolic link "www" that points to the same directory. Is that where it's supposed to be pointing?
I've found the configuration pages under TWONKYMEDIA/twonkymedia-armel-glibc-2.2.5/resources, but I don't see where it's supposed to be linked or where port 9000 comes from. Is there any other way to configure this? Could I copy the resources directory into the Thecus webserver? Or what else could I look for?
Uninstalled all modules, restored to factory defaults, recreated all of my users, groups, and permissions, installed just Twonky, and it still won't load the configuration page. I have no idea where else to look.
Hello, I`m using the TwonkyMedia Server 5.1.2 on my N3200 Firmware 1.00.04. Everything works fine. The problem is, when I restart the NAS I´m loosing all the settings on the setting-page of the Twonkyserver. I must refill the registration key and other settings. What is teh problem?
the problem is always the same. i disintalled the module from the nas interface and when i try to install the new version (5.1.2) it doesn't work. always the same message "there is a module of the same name installed. sigh.. i have installed ssh-drobbear and reset the root password but i don't know how to access the nas for deleting the wrong module. I don't know linux nor ssh commands. i'm working with a mac and the firmware is 1.00.04. i tryd to load the old settings and to update the firmware but nothing workd, i'm desperate It is possible to have a version of the module with a different name? or can you tell me the passagges to access the nas and deleting the files? or every other way to make the module work properly?? Every help would be appreciate.
update: i have renamed the module in .tgz and try to edit file in the archive with betterzip. i have renamed the module path/name in different ways (like, twonkymedia1,2 ecc...). renamed the module and uploaded in the nas. now the module is installed but in ithe info page it says it's 0kb (?!) and naturally it doesn't work nor is possible to disinstall or enable. argh, it getting only whorse....
I've had the Thecus3200PRO for a while now, but was looking for a module to serve mkv files that it doesn't seem to do natively. Should I be able to load this onto the 3200PRO ? Previous posts suggest that I should, but I get error "Install module failed since Nas type or version not match". I have THECUS N3200PRO, Firmware Version 1.00.06 , ìP Version 9 ----- I've picked up on comments in earlier posts and know now why it won't load ... wrong version of the module. The latest version for 3200 is based on Twonky 5.1.2 but the latest version for 3200PRO only on Twonky 4.4.18.
Hi Andyb, i finally managed to disinstall the old version of the server and make work the latest release. But now i have the same problem as helgebernd, every time i shut down or restart the n3200 the TwonkyMedia server loose all the settings includings the registration key. the result is a boring rebuilding of the database 2/3 times a day (i have near 2Tb of movies, photos and music) witch takes 20/25 minutes a time.... Cuold you give us a help in solving this problem?
Most probaly the ini file and other data are stored in the default location which resides in a temporary area. This temporary area is cleared upon every reboot. A solution for this is to add following parameters to the startup of the process:
- inifile <absolute path and name of ini file> - appdata <absolut path to other data stored by the application>
The module for the N5200 (which runs also on other x86 based thecus boxes) uses following command in the start script: