[ Holocen @ 20.11.2013. 09:27 ] @
Dobio sam na poklon My Book World Edition (white light) WD10000H1NC. Koristim Windows 7 i Debian 7.2 kao dual boot na jednom desktop PC-u, na dva odvojena hard diska.
Posle instaliranih drajvera, bez problema pristupam NAS uređaju preko Windowsa. Ne umem da podesim pristup na Debianu pa molim za pomoć. Uputstva na Internetu nema. Iz specifikacija vidim da se može pristupati preko Sambe ili FTP, molim za objašnjenje kako.

The World Edition My Books function as Network-attached storage (NAS), by way of an Ethernet interface. They also feature an extra USB host port to allow an additional USB drive to be daisychained. Data on first generation (Blue Rings) My Book World is accessed as CIFS/SMB shared folders. The second generation (White Lights) expands the access choices to include NFS, FTP, an iTunes server, and a Twonky media server.
In addition, the World Edition uses WD Anywhere Access to gain remote access to the drive via the Internet.
It has the same basic case design as the Premium Edition drives, including the capacity gauge, except the color of the World Edition is white. It also has the same Morse code ventilation as the other editions.
Network speed[edit]
Although MyBook Ethernet-capable disks come with a Gigabit Ethernet interface, the network speed is significantly slower. Especially for older "blue rings" models (200 MHz ARM CPU and 32 MByte RAM), where it varies between 3–6 MByte/s, with an average of 4.5 MByte/s.[5] The newer "white lights" MyBook World Edition 1 TB and 2 TB storage capacity models, WDH1NC and WDH2NC (oxnas810,[6] 380 MHz ARM CPU and 128 MByte RAM), compare to USB drive speed at about 10 MB/s write and 25 MB/s read.[7]
The "white lights" WDH1NC is Jumbo Frames capable and can achieve ~36 MByte/s reading and ~18 MByte/s writing speed over Gigabit Ethernet.

Controller board for My Book World Edition
This drive runs BusyBox on Linux on an Oxford Semiconductor 0XE800 ARM chip which has the ARM926EJ-S core. In addition it uses a VIA Cicada Simpliphy vt6122 Gigabit Ethernet chipset, and a Hynix 32 Mbit DDR Synchronous DRAM chip. The webserver is the mini_http server, although older "bluerings" use Lighttpd. The drives of the World Edition are xfs or ext3 formatted, which means that the drive can be mounted as a standard drive from within Linux if removed from the casing and installed in a normal PC.
With both sets of commands a utility such as Gparted can be used to determine which paths are relevant for a given setup.
Further details and support are available at the My Worldbook wiki.
Extending capabilities[edit]
The device can be 'unlocked' and accessed via SSH terminal (newer versions of WDH1NC10000 do not need to be "unlocked": MBWE SSH Access), meaning that the WD MioNet java-based software can be disabled so the device can be run with an unrestricted Linux OS,[8] at the cost of voiding the warranty.[9] The unlocking makes it possible to install other software on MyBook (i.e. run a different webserver or an ftp server (such as vsftpd) on it, use NFS for mounting shared directories natively from Unix, or even install a bitTorrent client such as rTorrent,[10] etc.) Further information on unlocking the device and downloads you are going to need can be found here for the BlueRing Version, or WhiteLight Mybook World, or Mybook Live, depending on the Mybook Version.

Ethernet High performance (10/100/1000) Gigabit Ethernet connection
Internal hard drive WD 3.5-inch SATA hard drive
External USB storage NTFS, FAT/, HFS+
file systems supported
Supported protocols HTTP, HTTPS, CIFS/SMB, NFS, FTP, AFP
I/O ports • USB 2.0 port (for USB device expansion)
• Ethernet (RJ-45) port
Supported clients • Windows® XP/Vista (latest service packs required)*
• Mac OS® X Tiger® or Leopard®
Physical dimensions My Book World Edition
• Length: 6.5 in (165 mm)
• Width: 5.4 in (137 mm)
• Height: 2.1 in (54 mm)
• Weight: 2.6 lb (1.18 kg)

Power consumption • Input voltage: 100V to 240V AC
• Input frequency: 50 to 60 Hz
Environmental • Operating temperature: 5 to 35 °C (41 to 95 °F)
• Non-operating temperature: -20 to 65°C (-4 to 149 °F)

Kad uključim NAS na mrežu, uopšte se ne vidi uređaj preko Huawei HG 520c. Pronašao sam objašnjenje kako se koristi FTP u mom slučaju:

Accessing Data via FTP
You can access data in a shared folder on My Book World Edition using an FTP client
software program. An FTP client software program must be installed on the
broadband-connected computer you are using to access the device and FTP service
must be enabled on the network storage system (see “To enable a network service:”
on page 88 and “To modify properties of the share:” on page 98 for details).
1. Open an FTP client software program.
2. Enter ftp://[email protected] address as the host name
(e.g., ftp://[email protected]) or just the device’s IP address depending on
the FTP client software program you are using.
Note: Click System Status in either the basic or advanced mode to view the device's IP address.
For additional info, check with your internet service provider (ISP).
3. Enter the My Book World Edition user name and corresponding password.
4. Click Connect or OK.
You can now upload files to or download files from My Book World Edition across the
LAN. It is possible to upload files to or download files from My Book World Edition
across the internet (WAN), but this requires custom router configuration and is
recommended only for advanced users.

[Ovu poruku je menjao Holocen dana 20.11.2013. u 10:49 GMT+1]
[ Holocen @ 20.11.2013. 10:42 ] @
Uspeo sam da pristupim fajlovima preko Apple File Protocol, za koji Debian ima podršku.