I am installing onto a Buffalo (won't buy again) Linkstation Live or something like that. It's their LS-CHL model with bittorrent and TimeMachine capabilities if it makes any sense to anyone.
Anyhoo, installed fine, works beautifully for around 20 mins and the process then dies.
Some background. I purchased a licence for Twonky when I found the original DLNA software with the NAS box was basically not going to play ball with a PS3 I had, opened the firmware and installed 4.4.18 or something. Worked fine. Only issue was the tracks not sorting correctly on a couple of Phillips Steamiums, but not the end of the world. Was used to dealing with juddering on PS3s whilst playing video by stopping and restarting the file every so often. This is on a Gig network btw. Wife's bought a TV for the bedroom, it's DLNA compliant and won't play half the things on the NAS through the "Viera Link".
Installed a copy of 6.030 on my Mac and it played things from that flawlessly, even over wireless (the Mac, not the TV) which inspired me to try and get a copy of 6.0.30 or thereabouts running on the NAS...herein lies the problem.
Anyone successfully got this working or should I ditch it completely (am absolutely not brand loyal to Buffalo, they've been sh*t from the start for support) and build a Raided Ubuntu box or something.
Thanks in advance.
Edited to show old working version now I have it back up and running on 4.4.18, although badly.