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PHP web server installation on readynas nv+ v2

userreadynas
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PHP web server installation on readynas nv+ v2

Hi, Just having some trouble setting up a php web server on the readynas nv+ v2.

 

I have PHP5, PHPMyAdmin and MySQL succesfully installed and running smootly for 2 years now, which is used for my KODI multimedia library.

 

Challenge:

 

I would like to host some additional PHP scripts/pages on the ReadyNas under a separate folder that can be used for my home automation. I like to make sure I can easily upload them, edit and running them on request without interfering with the current setup which is used for my KODI database.

 

Problem:

 

I just cant figure out where to create this separate folder, connect to it and have it accessable over the local network.

 

Hope someone can point me into the right direction.

 

Thanks

Model: ReadyNASRND4000v2|ReadyNAS NV+ v2 Chassis only
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JennC
NETGEAR Employee Retired

Re: PHP web server installation on readynas nv+ v2

Hello userreadynas,

 

I honestly have no idea about this, I am just responding to keep your topic active so that exprienced community members would see your post and respond.

 

Regards,

 

 

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userreadynas
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Re: PHP web server installation on readynas nv+ v2

Appreciated. Thanks

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mdgm-ntgr
NETGEAR Employee Retired

Re: PHP web server installation on readynas nv+ v2

You may get some clues from how the add-on does things.

You could look at e.g. /etc/frontview/apache/addons

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userreadynas
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Re: PHP web server installation on readynas nv+ v2

Thanks for respondig, but link did not work as URL. And was not able to get any respose from the readynas addons

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StephenB
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Re: PHP web server installation on readynas nv+ v2


@userreadynas wrote:

Thanks for respondig, but link did not work as URL. 


There was no URL posted.  mdgm posted a path on the NAS (e.g., cd  /etc/frontview/apache/addons ).  The idea was to browse there, and look at how the configuration was set up.

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userreadynas
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Re: PHP web server installation on readynas nv+ v2

Ahh, thanks. I just pasted it behind the local ip of the nas. 🙂

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