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Question about DLM2 module.
It completely downloads the file specified in the .torrent (I see it in my download statistics), but I can't seem to find the file in the standard folder (P2P_Downloads).
I already changed this config to save in a custom made folder, but to no avail.

What am I doing wrong?
Where does it save the file?
jverbrugghe Wrote:Question about DLM2 module.
It completely downloads the file specified in the .torrent (I see it in my download statistics), but I can't seem to find the file in the standard folder (P2P_Downloads).
I already changed this config to save in a custom made folder, but to no avail.

What am I doing wrong?
Where does it save the file?

I'm a new joiner to the Thecus family. I've got the n0503. Just finished raiding it. still configuring / playing around.
for those interested, i used Azureus for the BT. the module was created by someone.
http://www.drewy.com/detail.aspx?detail=...om=content

I managed to hit >600kB/s this afternoon on Singtel's 10mbps plan.
jahon2013 Wrote:
jverbrugghe Wrote:Question about DLM2 module.
It completely downloads the file specified in the .torrent (I see it in my download statistics), but I can't seem to find the file in the standard folder (P2P_Downloads).
I already changed this config to save in a custom made folder, but to no avail.

What am I doing wrong?
Where does it save the file?

I'm a new joiner to the Thecus family. I've got the n0503. Just finished raiding it. still configuring / playing around.
for those interested, i used Azureus for the BT. the module was created by someone.
http://www.drewy.com/detail.aspx?detail=...om=content

I managed to hit >600kB/s this afternoon on Singtel's 10mbps plan.

Jahon2013, if you are posting something not done by you, please include it in quotes.
The above statement was made by me in another forum (in exact words). I'm pretty surprised you copy and pasted it just like this without even mentioning your purpose of the post? Confusedhock:
Thecus N0503 Firmware Version 3.02.01
MySQL_5 module version: 1.00.02
I had the idea to change password for root directly in phpMyAdmin.
Now I can't open phpMyAdmin: #1045 - Access denied for user 'root'@'localhost' (using password: NO)
How and where may I manage MySQL module?
I think it is very important to put a password for mysql root account with all privileges when I intend to connect to mysql server from another machine.
Thecus N0503 Firmware Version 3.02.01
MySQL_5 module version: 1.00.02
I had the idea to change password for root directly in phpMyAdmin.
Now I can't open phpMyAdmin: #1045 - Access denied for user 'root'@'localhost' (using password: NO)
How and where may I manage MySQL module?
I think it is very important to put a password for mysql root account with all privileges when I intend to connect to mysql server from another machine.
Quote:Thecus N0503 Firmware Version 3.02.01
MySQL_5 module version: 1.00.02
I had the idea to change password for root directly in phpMyAdmin.
Now I can't open phpMyAdmin: #1045 - Access denied for user 'root'@'localhost' (using password: NO)
How and where may I manage MySQL module?
I think it is very important to put a password for mysql root account with all privileges when I intend to connect to mysql server from another machine.

This is a confirmed bug in the mySQL module that I reported and got the following reply
Quote:Dear Sir,

Thanks for your mail and we apologize for late reponse.

After confirmed with PM and RD guys, it is a real bug for this user module.

I have reported it to our bugzilla sysmtem, and RD guys will fixed it at next module version.



Have a nice day.
Regards,

Ronan Lin

Technical Support
Thecus Technology Corp.
15F, No. 79, Xin Tai Wu Rd., Sec. 1, Xi-Zhi, Taipei County, Taiwan 221, R.O.C.

That was in October 2009 and they keep closing the ticket without answering when the module will be fixed. I wouldn't hold your breath, Thecus support is appalling. :x
Quote:Thecus N0503 Firmware Version 3.02.01
MySQL_5 module version: 1.00.02
I had the idea to change password for root directly in phpMyAdmin.
Now I can't open phpMyAdmin: #1045 - Access denied for user 'root'@'localhost' (using password: NO)
How and where may I manage MySQL module?
I think it is very important to put a password for mysql root account with all privileges when I intend to connect to mysql server from another machine.

This is a confirmed bug in the mySQL module that I reported and got the following reply
Quote:Dear Sir,

Thanks for your mail and we apologize for late reponse.

After confirmed with PM and RD guys, it is a real bug for this user module.

I have reported it to our bugzilla sysmtem, and RD guys will fixed it at next module version.



Have a nice day.
Regards,

Ronan Lin

Technical Support
Thecus Technology Corp.
15F, No. 79, Xin Tai Wu Rd., Sec. 1, Xi-Zhi, Taipei County, Taiwan 221, R.O.C.

That was in October 2009 and they keep closing the ticket without answering when the module will be fixed. I wouldn't hold your breath, Thecus support is appalling. :x
Just ran into the same problem.
(I know its been a long time since the original post, but might still help some people)

This happens on other MySQL servers I have run, usually it is fixed by modifying the config.inc.php however noticed it was a different file in this case.
(/raid0/data/module/MySQL_5/www/config) Tried this and it did NOT work.

This was the working file.
/raid0/data/module/MySQL_5/www/libraries
config.default.php

In the file there will be:

$cfg['Servers'][$i]['auth_type'] = 'config'; // Authentication method (valid choices: config, http, HTTP or cookie)
$cfg['Servers'][$i]['user'] = 'root'; // MySQL user
$cfg['Servers'][$i]['password'] = ''; // MySQL password

Simply add the root password you added to here and save the file.
You should be all working again.
Just ran into the same problem.
(I know its been a long time since the original post, but might still help some people)

This happens on other MySQL servers I have run, usually it is fixed by modifying the config.inc.php however noticed it was a different file in this case.
(/raid0/data/module/MySQL_5/www/config) Tried this and it did NOT work.

This was the working file.
/raid0/data/module/MySQL_5/www/libraries
config.default.php

In the file there will be:

$cfg['Servers'][$i]['auth_type'] = 'config'; // Authentication method (valid choices: config, http, HTTP or cookie)
$cfg['Servers'][$i]['user'] = 'root'; // MySQL user
$cfg['Servers'][$i]['password'] = ''; // MySQL password

Simply add the root password you added to here and save the file.
You should be all working again.
Ratheart Wrote:Just ran into the same problem.
(I know its been a long time since the original post, but might still help some people)
This happens on other MySQL servers I have run, usually it is fixed by modifying the config.inc.php however noticed it was a different file in this case.
(/raid0/data/module/MySQL_5/www/config) Tried this and it did NOT work.
This was the working file.
/raid0/data/module/MySQL_5/www/libraries
config.default.php
In the file there will be:
$cfg['Servers'][$i]['auth_type'] = 'config'; // Authentication method (valid choices: config, http, HTTP or cookie)
$cfg['Servers'][$i]['user'] = 'root'; // MySQL user
$cfg['Servers'][$i]['password'] = ''; // MySQL password
Simply add the root password you added to here and save the file.
You should be all working again.
Hi Ratheart,
Thanks for this very helpful info.
I think it should be a sticky.
Yaron
Ratheart Wrote:Just ran into the same problem.
(I know its been a long time since the original post, but might still help some people)
This happens on other MySQL servers I have run, usually it is fixed by modifying the config.inc.php however noticed it was a different file in this case.
(/raid0/data/module/MySQL_5/www/config) Tried this and it did NOT work.
This was the working file.
/raid0/data/module/MySQL_5/www/libraries
config.default.php
In the file there will be:
$cfg['Servers'][$i]['auth_type'] = 'config'; // Authentication method (valid choices: config, http, HTTP or cookie)
$cfg['Servers'][$i]['user'] = 'root'; // MySQL user
$cfg['Servers'][$i]['password'] = ''; // MySQL password
Simply add the root password you added to here and save the file.
You should be all working again.
Hi Ratheart,
Thanks for this very helpful info.
I think it should be a sticky.
Yaron
Ratheart Wrote:Just ran into the same problem.
(I know its been a long time since the original post, but might still help some people)
This happens on other MySQL servers I have run, usually it is fixed by modifying the config.inc.php however noticed it was a different file in this case.
(/raid0/data/module/MySQL_5/www/config) Tried this and it did NOT work.
This was the working file.
/raid0/data/module/MySQL_5/www/libraries
config.default.php

In the file there will be:
$cfg['Servers'][$i]['auth_type'] = 'config'; // Authentication method (valid choices: config, http, HTTP or cookie)
$cfg['Servers'][$i]['user'] = 'root'; // MySQL user
$cfg['Servers'][$i]['password'] = ''; // MySQL password

Simply add the root password you added to here and save the file.
You should be all working again.

Hi,
['auth_type'] = 'config'; and ['password'] = 'abcd'
This is not working for me.

Is this solution working for someone ?
Thx - Drukman.