Feature Manager: Install Automatically great Features to your Mybook, with a NOTE: IF you own a Mybook World White Light or a Mybook Live, use the You will be redirected to the Western Digital "Shared Storage Manager" interface. The MyBook Live is delivered with a Lenny linux based system. from the system (exemple: udev), or related to WD Web System Management (//yourIP/UI ). Hi, I'm having alot of trouble installing the Feature Pack Manager provided by the guys over at osakeya.info I'm following his instructions to.
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Has anyone updated their My Book Live to download torrents? the following steps to add the feature pack manager to the WD My Book Live. Managing Your Drive With WD Quick View Installing WD .. you log in, WD 2go mounts My Book Live to your computer like a local drive and provides. Warning: By installing OpenWrt, you will lose all existing data on your disk(s). Their MBR (master boot record) containing the partition table will.
I ordered a my book live 2tb super cheap and it will be arriving today.
I have been looking for a way to install appache or LAMP. The feature pack seemed easy when I came across it.
Good to see some real world experience as well. Did you get the free version or the donation version? Also after 2 weeks how is it working for you? I went with the donation version first, to see how it went.
New firmware is stable as a rock. The Twonky media server streams nicely. I would recommend the device now. Support Downloads Knowledge Base.
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My Book Live. OceanOver October 15, , 1: Copy the following line in your clipboard: Is it just me, or is the Feature Pack Manager unable to be installed anymore?
Although an official Please see also the notes for MBL Duo below. Download the OpenWrt firmware image to your host computer and gunzip it to receive the image file ending in.
Warning: This overwrites the target disk with a new MBR master boot record and a new partition table.
You will lose all existing data on the target disk. If you choose the wrong device, you may accidentally overwrite your system disk or another disk you may care about, so double and triple check to make sure you are writing to the correct disk.
Re-insert the disk into their enclosure. You can now proceed to configure OpenWrt to your liking, further partition the disk and install additional packages.
It will fail to boot boot loop if two disks are used and either contains anything other than the two default OpenWrt partitions. If both disks contain OpenWrt, all changes to its configuration will be made to the disk in the right bay. It is actually possible to hot-plug a disk into the other drive bay on a running system, but keep in mind that if you hotplug to the right drive bay, device enumeration will change after a reboot.