We have 2 versions: one for the Ready NAS Pro specifically, and one for all other versions of Ready NAS. --Update Ready NAS Firmware-- On the Admin page, go to System Local tab. Click on Browse and browse to the folder you stored the files in earlier. Select the Radiator firmware file and click "Upload and verify image..." (ex. Once the file uploads, click on "Perform System Update". Once the update is finished, go to the Shutdown tab and select "Shutdown and reboot your device", then click Apply.
NETGEAR recommends that you install apps from the local admin page of your Ready NAS system.
To install an app from the local admin page of your Ready NAS system: A pop-up window displays when the app is successfully installed. To install an app from this website: If your Ready NAS storage system is not connected to the Internet, you can download an app from this website and install it manually on your Ready NAS storage system.
Logitech Media Server (formerly Slim Server, Squeeze Center and Squeezebox Server) is a streaming audio server supported by Logitech (formerly Slim Devices), developed in particular to support their Squeezebox range of digital audio receivers.
The software is designed for streaming music over a network, allowing users to play their music collections from virtually anywhere there is an Internet connection.
Select the Squeeze Center file, choose "Upload and Verify Image" and click "Apply." 7. Choose "Services" from the menu on the left and select the "Streaming Services" tab.
Check the box next to Squeeze Center to enable it and click "Apply." Steve Mc Donnell's experience running businesses and launching companies complements his technical expertise in information, technology and human resources.
Stream audio files to a Squeezebox network music player, stream over your local network to i Tunes or stream music over the Internet from a remote location to an MP3 software player such as Soft Squeeze. Download and install the RAIDar program from the Ready NAS website (link in Resources).
Run the program, which will search the local area network for the Ready NAS device and launch the administrative setup page.
Logitech Media Server is free software, released under the terms of the GNU General Public License.
While no longer distributed in conjunction with any Logitech hardware product, LMS continues to be developed.
The only things I've done to it are upgrade to RAIDiator 4.1.4, install Twonky (v 4.4.11 - I think, but can't check now!