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NAS326: Apache Web Server?

Emerald DragonEmerald Dragon Posts: 107  Warrior Member
Is it possible to run an Apache web server with database on NAS326?

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  • MijzelfMijzelf Posts: 1,330  Paragon Member
    What is your goal? The NAS runs Apache, which serves the webinterface, and if you install the MySQL package, it alse runs a database.
  • Emerald DragonEmerald Dragon Posts: 107  Warrior Member
    I am trying to run CMS on it.
  • MijzelfMijzelf Posts: 1,330  Paragon Member
    Ah right. In that case stock Apache won't work, as it lacks some modules (Only the modules needed for the firmware are included), and it's outdated.
    You can install Entware, (via MetaRepository) which has an up to date Apache, including a ton of modules, and MariaDB.
    But you'll have to fiddle with ports, as running 2 Apaches is not default.
  • Emerald DragonEmerald Dragon Posts: 107  Warrior Member
    How do I get Entware? Because I do not see that on the Apps List.
  • MijzelfMijzelf Posts: 1,330  Paragon Member
    You have to install MetaRepository first. Scroll down for instructions.

    Or you can install Entware manually, following this instructions.
  • Emerald DragonEmerald Dragon Posts: 107  Warrior Member
    Thanks Mijzelf. The instruction is a little confusing. Especially at step 2.
  • MijzelfMijzelf Posts: 1,330  Paragon Member
    Which instruction? For MetaRepository or for Entware?
  • Emerald DragonEmerald Dragon Posts: 107  Warrior Member
    Yes, the one you just posted above, I tried to follow it. But it is confusing for me.
  • MijzelfMijzelf Posts: 1,330  Paragon Member
    I posted 2 instructions, one for MetaRepository, and one for Entware. Both have a step 2.
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  • Emerald DragonEmerald Dragon Posts: 107  Warrior Member
    @Mijzelf oh I missed that one!
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