Customize your IX4-300D’s LCD Screen
This guide will show you how to Customize the LCD screen of your IX4-300d, this is just a starting guide to show some extra useful information on your LCD, but anyone can build custom scripts and images to change the LCD with more useful information!! We will need to use BMP images here as I didn’t find a […]
Add new services to your IX4-300d NAS
This guide will allow you to Customize your IX4-300d NAS even more by adding your own scripted startup services! This way you can install any server that’s working on ARM devices and make them run whenever you start or reboot your NAS. Couchpotato, Transmission, Minecraft are just a few of the possibilities.
Silence your IX4-300D’s Fans
The IX4’s fans are quite loud and always spinning the same speed whatever the temperature may be inside your NAS. In this guide, I will lower the fan speed and quieten your NAS. Make sure to test these settings thoroughly before applying them as setting the speed to low may cause your NAS to overheat during long operations.
NZBGet On IX4-300D NAS
NZBGet is an NZB downloader written in C++ and designed with performance in mind to achieve maximum download speed by using very little system resources. In this guide, i will explain how to install NZBGet on your IX4-300D.
Sick Beard on IX4-300d NAS
Sick Beard is a PVR for newsgroup users (with limited torrent support). It watches for new episodes of your favorite shows and when they available, Sickbeard downloads, sorts and renames them. Sickbeard supports NZBs.org, NZBMatrix, NZBs’R’Us, Newzbin, Womble’s Index, NZB.su, TVTorrents, and EZRSS and retrieves show information from theTVDB.com and TVRage.com.
Couchpotato on IX4-300d NAS
In this guide I will cover the Couchpotato installation on your IX4-400d NAS, Couchpotato is a server application that will download movies and especially series episodes automatically, easily and in the best quality as soon as they are available on torrent websites or Usenet. Couchpotato will automatically search the most popular sources and find the […]
Preserve custom Servers after IX4-300d Update
Lenovo recently updated the firmware on their IX4-300d NAS due to hacker vulnerabilities. It’s recommended to update your NAS however we are using a custom startup script which will “break” after updating. In this guide, I will explain how to update your NAS without losing custom server functionality.
Minecraft Server on ix4-300d NAS
Install a Minecraft server on your Iomega NAS, keep in mind the server only has 512MB ram and Minecraft recommends at least 1GB. However, the server seems to run fine for 5 online players after adding a few plugins I included in this guide.
Transmission on IOmega/Lenovo IX4-300d NAS
Transmission is a BitTorrent client which features a simple interface on top of a cross-platform back-end. In this guide, I will install the Transmission torrent client with WebGUI on IOmega/Lenovo IX4-300d NAS.
SABnzbd on IOmega/Lenovo IX4-300d NAS
SABnzbd makes Usenet as simple and streamlined as possible by automating everything we can. All you have to do is add a .nzb. SABnzbd takes over from there, where it will be automatically downloaded, verified, repaired, extracted and filed away with zero human interaction. Here is my guide on how to install SABnzbd on your NAS!
Modify Startup Script on Iomega/Lenovo ix4-300d NAS
We want our installed applications to be started whenever we start or restart our NAS without having to log in with ssh and start the service manually. This can be done by creating a “Startup” script and telling your NAS to execute it every boot/reboot. Then we can add as many services as we want.
Install Package Manager on IOmega/Lenovo IX4-300d NAS
The Optware package manager is a system for delivering software packages to NAS devices and other Linux-based small computer systems. To install additional services to your NAS we need to install IPKG first, on the ix4-300d, IPKG is already installed so we only have to add repositories.
SSH Access on IOmega/Lenovo IX4-300d NAS
SSH on Iomega / Lenovo IX / PX NAS systems is a hidden feature and meant for support personnel only, AND…. here is how to enable SSH on your device. This allows us to install unsupported Linux servers like SickBeard, SABnzbd, CouchPotato, Transmission…