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virtualisation:file-server [2018/03/15 15:27]
buettner
virtualisation:file-server [2020/04/15 04:47]
fachet
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-====== How to set up a NB2800 ​File Server ======+====== How to set up a File Server ======
  
-This Article describes how to install a file server on the NB2800 router+This Article describes how to install a file server on NetModule Routers. Most but not all routers support LXC-Containers,​ please check first.
  
-If you need instructions on how to set up a LXC Container on NB2800 ​Routers, you can refer to this page: [[http://​wiki.netmodule.com/​app-notes/​virtualisation]].+If you need instructions on how to set up a LXC Container on NetModule ​Routers, you can refer to this page: [[http://​wiki.netmodule.com/​app-notes/​virtualisation]].
  
 This setup contains the installation and configuration of the vsftpd FTP server, the Net2FTP web frontend for vsftpd, and Samba shares. In addition, a way is shown to transfer files from an USB stick to your container: This setup contains the installation and configuration of the vsftpd FTP server, the Net2FTP web frontend for vsftpd, and Samba shares. In addition, a way is shown to transfer files from an USB stick to your container:
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 After this, upload your downloaded and renamed folder to your web servers default location (e.g. /​var/​www/​html). Now you can access the FTP server over the name of this folder (For example, if your domain is mediacontainer.local and you renamed the folder to ftpserver, you can access it via http://​mediacontainer.local/​ftpserver). After this, upload your downloaded and renamed folder to your web servers default location (e.g. /​var/​www/​html). Now you can access the FTP server over the name of this folder (For example, if your domain is mediacontainer.local and you renamed the folder to ftpserver, you can access it via http://​mediacontainer.local/​ftpserver).
  
-You also have to change the rigths ​of the temp folder in your uploaded folder. Fot this, go to this folder and type+You also have to change the rights ​of the temp folder in your uploaded folder. Fot this, go to this folder and type
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 chmod 777 temp chmod 777 temp