As already mentioned, on my stick I have
One problem I encountered was that apache tries to start, but cannot due to missing write access on some dirs. I used the script below plus an extracted version of apache on my stick to finally get it running.
Also in this script I manipulated the UMSP broadcast loop, as I had some issues. More details I unfortunately don't have.
If you can make it run, it would be great to get a howto (or the files needed)!
Here's the script, additionally all necessary stuff of the stick can be found in the known location.
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# these mkdir/mount operations may be without effect ...
mount -o bind /apps/enLiven-G2/etc/apache2/ /etc/apache2/
mount -o bind /tmp/media/usb/USB2/9C06-4AED/webend/ /usr/share/webend
mount -o bind /apps/enLiven-G2/usr/lib/apache2/ /usr/lib/apache2/
mount -o bind /tmp/media/usb/USB2/9C06-4AED/webend/ /var/www/webend
mount -o bind /apps/enLiven-G2/usr/share/umsp/ /var/www/umsp
mount -o bind /apps/enLiven-G2/usr/share/umsp/ /usr/share/umsp/
mount -o bind /apps/UPnP-djmount/share/ /share
### /apps/enLiven-G2/etc/init.d/S66apache2 start
# bring apache home dir to rw fs
mount -o bind /tmp/media/usb/USB-STICK/apache2 /tmp/apache2/
# is used by apache2ctl
# start APACHE
# start UMSP
/apps/enLiven-G2/etc/init.d/S64umsp start &
# start DJMOUNT
# start MT-DAAPT
echo ------------ SLEEPING --------------
echo ------------ KILLALL ---------------
# start good one