You should set some of the folders, which are not changeable via the twonkymedia configuration pages in the twonkymedia-server-default.ini file - heres an example of this folders from the N5200/N7700 modules ini file:
Ah yes, these values are taken from the server only if the ini file is not existing. Unfortunatly the ini file has UTF-16 encoding, so it can't be changed with vi. So changin values in the defualt ini files requires then first a stop of the server (disabling the module) and then deleting the ini file and then restarting (enabling) the module again.
after spending "some" time to find out how to install TwonkyMediaServer on my Thecus N4100pro I finally decided to ask for help from someone who was more successful than I was so far...
My problem starts with a very simple situation: to find out how to install the appropriate x86 .sh or .zip file! The Thecus manual is not so very helpful to have direct access to the LINUX system... Otherwise I would prefer to have a module file available I can install from the built-in NAS configuration tool.
There are lots of very specific hints and tips "how to" - but there is often some context missing to make it understandable for me: probably all the authors are LINUX experts. I am not
I would be lucky if someone would explain step by step how to proceed "from the very beginning" / for beginners? Or (perhaps better) a hint where I can find a compatible module file for easy installation?