If You Need to Backup Blu-Rays You own to Your server:
MakeMKV is available for PC, OSX and Linux. It will back up Your Blu-Ray to an MKV
file which You can then process through Handbrake into a Roku-compatible MP4.
<? phpinfo() ?>. When I go to the website IPADDRESS:81 I just get a listing of a ton of PHP setting information.
PHP Version 5.2.10-pl0-gentoo
System Linux LS-XHLE28 188.8.131.52 #2 Fri Aug 5 14:28:08 JST 2011 armv5tel
Build Date Aug 7 2009 12:32:02
.... lots of stuff...
Directive Local Value Master Value
allow_call_time_pass_reference On On
allow_url_fopen Off Off
allow_url_include Off Off
.... lots more stuff...
I am not much of a web guru, but yes it will work. ...[/url]
"aeroengy" wrote:"krisbee" wrote:
I am guessing there is some setting I have to enable to turn on directory listing ... but I don't know how to do that.
I found some PHP script examples that will create a directory listing. See this link: http://www.the-art-of-web.com/php/dirlist/
However, I don't know if it would be compatible with Roksbox ... ???
I think you're right about needing to enable directory listing, but that link is not what you need. On Apache webservers you create a .htaccess file to enable directory listing, the only text in the file would be 'Options +Indexes' (without the quotes). There's info in the below thread on creating a .htaccess file and creating symbolic links (which you'll probably need later):
From what I can tell on this particular piece of equipment, all of the normal config files, or even guts of the system are hidden and the user doesn't have access, unless telnetting in, and perhaps only after a jailbreaking like scenario.
However, there is a config program that comes with the device, and hopefully a setting might be hidden in there somewhere. I even tried to download the instruction manual to help, but it didn't really delve into those settings on what they have up at the mfgs website, since this was an added feature to an existing product, I believe.
I would search in the config program, and if no success, then try adding the simple .htaccess file as suggested above and see what happens.
At the worst of it, you will just have to setup a webserver on your computer and just use that and have your drive work as a network share, especially if you can't hack the drive to do what you want. It would be nice not to leave the computer on, but sometimes it is the only solution. You can always apply power saving techniques to suspend after you go to bed, etc...