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    Babelfish's Best Boy mherger's Avatar
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    DatabaseQuery and bash scripting

    > That's really spot-on, because I'm starting to think harder about my
    > migration path these days The day Firefox drops TLS 1.0/1.1 finally
    > I'm left with a headless NAS.


    Oh, I actually wanted to ask about this: when I last tried to access my
    NAS in a browser, I wouldn't succeed. I didn't try FF, though.

    > I'm very interested in some more details of your configuration, if you
    > don't mind:
    > -main memory
    > -disks used
    > -any additional hardware necessary (raid controller etc.)?
    > -FreeNAS/TrueNAS or what kind of software


    I'm using the Pi to run LMS only. So there's no local disk, and as it's
    a Pi3B, there's no choice of memory size. Nowadays I'd probably go for
    the Pi4B with 2GB.

    The music files still are on a NAS (Synology this time, but that doesn't
    really matter). The NAS does what a NAS does best: share files. The Pi
    (running picoreplayer.org) mounts the music folder using NFS or SMB
    read-only.

  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by mherger View Post
    Oh, I actually wanted to ask about this: when I last tried to access my
    NAS in a browser, I wouldn't succeed. I didn't try FF, though.
    Here it is FF 91.2.0 which comes with an option to switch TLS1.0/1.1
    back on, if needed

    I'm using the Pi to run LMS only. So there's no local disk, and as it's
    a Pi3B, there's no choice of memory size. Nowadays I'd probably go for
    the Pi4B with 2GB.

    The music files still are on a NAS (Synology this time, but that doesn't
    really matter). The NAS does what a NAS does best: share files. The Pi
    (running picoreplayer.org) mounts the music folder using NFS or SMB
    read-only.
    That looks very promising and I'll definitely have a closer look at that.
    Thanks again

    Now let's see if the NetGear guys have left some secret backdoor
    for my SSH issue...

  3. #13
    DONE

    This thread can be marked as solved. I was able to revert my crappy ssh changes via a Tech Support entry, from then on it really was not very difficult anymore. By now the database queries run inside the ssh session on the NAS writing the results on the share that is accessible by NFS. Ha, I might even put that inside a cron job...

    Thanks once more for pointing me in the right direction plus showing me a migration path on from the Duo v2.

    Let's see if Santa got a Raspberry Pi for me, so I can start migrating LMS to picoreplayer.org soon before I get hit by TLS1.0/TLS1.1 deprecation.


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