1) Vnstat Luci configuration script located at /etc/config/vnstat
root@OpenWrt:/# cat /etc/config/vnstat
list 'interface' 'br-lan'
list 'interface' 'eth0'
list 'interface' 'eth0.1'
list 'interface' 'eth0.500'
list 'interface' 'eth0.600'
list 'interface' 'wlan0'
2) Core vnstat configuration file located at /etc/vnstat.conf. Default graph is stored in /var/lib/vnstat folder, I changed my graph location to usb
# location of the database directory
Update: 17 February 2014
This theme is now included in the openwrt 12.09 and trunk repos and should be downloaded from there, http://downloads.openwrt.org/snapshots/trunk/yourdevice/packages/ and search for luci-theme-bootstrap. Or the easy way, install from standard software installation.
I stumbled upon a website where the author is generous enough to program a GUI for the acp commander. I haven’t tried yet since my NAS already rooted. I, without his permission “mirror’ his page for my future reference.
ACP Commander GUI is a Graphical User Interface using acp_commander developed by Georg from NAS-Central. ACP Commander GUI is based on the code of acp_commander with some modifications for better integration into the GUI.
Thanks to Georg for his nice work!
ACP Commander GUI can be used to remotely control your arm9-based LS Pro/LS Live/Tera Pro v2/Tera Live devices. I only tested it with an LS Live, but the others should work to.
This is a Java application. Please download Java for your System here.
Mac OS X Mountain Lion users: Download Java directly from Apple if not already installed.
Automatically detects LinkStations™ available in your network, just select the desired one from the pulldown box.
Execute Linux commands directly on the LinkStation™ and get the output in the log window.
Set the door password of the LinkStation™.
Enable SSH (sshd). It will also add a startup entry so that SSH is also available after each reboot.
Tested on Firmware versions 1.560 and 1.570.
Simply enter the admin password in the “Admin password” field and you are done. That is the one you do also use to login to the Web Interface of the LinkStation™. After that, simply click on one of the buttons to execute the desired action.
Note: The data that can be returned from the LinkStation™ is limited by the protocol. That means if you manually execute a command (like “ls”) on the device it could be possible that you don’t get the full result back. Just keep that in mind.
Warning: This is experimental software that might damage your LinkStation™.