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[How to] change Twonky 6 menus (trees) in the new Qnap QPKG (and on other NAS's)
2015-09-02, 18:02 (This post was last modified: 2015-09-02 18:18 by Briain.)
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RE: [How to] change Twonky 6 menus (trees) in the new Qnap QPKG (and on other NAS's)
(2015-09-02 17:10)Mihaylov Wrote:  Hi! I can't find Twonky directory in Qnap TS-459pro (4.1.4 build 0804) by WinSCP.
Anybody can help me? Where is Twonky directory? Folder /share/MD0_DATA/.qpkg/ is absent Sad.

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Puzzling, but two quickies to try:

That's not one of the newest ones, but if it's had a total rebuild, maybe it will now have the more recent file structure (similar to the current ones)? I'd be surprised if it did (I'd assumed they used the traditional structure), but I've not totally rebuilt an older one (using recent firmware) since all that new file structure scheme came out, so probably worth quickly trying the below, just in case that is what's happened:

cd /share/CACHEDEV1_DATA/.qpkg/TwonkyMedia/

And if so, the trees will obviously be in:

cd /share/CACHEDEV1_DATA/.qpkg/TwonkyMedia/resources/views/

Bri Smile

PS Single disk models use /share/HDA_DATA/.qpkg/, but I don't think setting up a multi-bay model (as a new NAS) with a single disk would use HDA_DATA. Again though, it's not something that I've ever tried (I always use multi-disk configurations), so worth a check if that's what you've just done (and if /share/CACHEDEV1_DATA/.qpkg doesn't exist).
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2015-09-08, 12:28
Post: #312
RE: [How to] change Twonky 6 menus (trees) in the new Qnap QPKG (and on other NAS's)
(2015-09-02 17:10)Mihaylov Wrote:  Hi! I can't find Twonky directory in Qnap TS-459pro (4.1.4 build 0804) by WinSCP.
It's necessary to mark "Show hidden files" in Preferences of WinSCP. Wink

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2015-09-08, 12:59 (This post was last modified: 2015-09-08 13:01 by Briain.)
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RE: [How to] change Twonky 6 menus (trees) in the new Qnap QPKG (and on other NAS's)
Ah yes, that makes perfect sense as the path name has a dot in it (/.qpkg) and thus it is indeed a hidden directory. I have only once tried WinSCP (and I don't remember having to enable hidden files, but if that isn't the default mode, I guess that I must have done so without thinking very much about it; it was a long time back when I briefly tried it). I just use the command line interface (and my 'autopilot' types ls -a when using the CLI) so that simply didn't occur to me; I'm sorry about that (I'm getting more and more of such 'senior moments', these days)! Smile
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2015-09-08, 20:15
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RE: [How to] change Twonky 6 menus (trees) in the new Qnap QPKG (and on other NAS's)
Yes. Now in new version of WinSCP it's not default mode. In old versions there was not such option ("show hidden files") as far as I remember. I think this information about default mode will be useful to those who will want to use WinSCP.

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