Copying many gigs of files off my Corza-connected USB drives is working great now using telnet and the mounted drives in /mnt/
I found the included standard 'nohup' tool to be handy for starting a file copy/move and then closing the terminal safely while it works away -- so I thought I'd share, i.e:
Note that any output/errors can be viewed on the usb drive afterwards in 'nohup.out' or you can redirect the output to a file of your choice, i.e.:
CORZA-NAS> cd /mnt/usb1/Movies
CORZA-NAS> nohup mv * /mnt/md1/public/New_Movies/ &
nohup: appending output to `nohup.out'
CORZA-NAS> nohup mv * /mnt/md1/public/New_Movies/ > /mnt/md1/public/copy_output.txt &
Adding Telnet to Corza Control Panel:
To better integrate the telnet server and make it easy to switch on/off or change ports there's a simple way to add the Telnet service option to the Network section of the Control panel:
1) Enable telnet as I described earlier, telnet to the server as username 'root' & use your admin password
2) paste the following commands into your telnet client (leave out the CORZA-NAS> part obviously):
You can then hit the Corza web interface and once logged in you'll now see a 'Telnet' option under the 'Network' section of the Control Panel.
CORZA-NAS> mkdir /usr/webroot/nav/telnet
CORZA-NAS> echo '<item id="telnet" label="Telnet" description="" url="cgi/telnet/telnet.cgi" parent="network_service" order="39"/>' > /usr/webroot/nav/telnet/telnet.xml