Installing On Devices
- Install Java
Some systems have a utility in the Utilities section of the Package Manager called 'JavaManager' - this can be used to install Java on the system
For others (e.g. DS212J) you can use http://missilehugger.com/556/java-package/ - open Package Manager, navigate to 'Settings' and select 'Package Sources'. Add http://packages.MissileHugger.com/ as a site and navigate back to the Package Manager - you will see a 'Community' section that contains 'Java' - install this.
- Create somewhere to install Vuze (e.g. /home/vuze/)
- Download and install Vuze as a Console UI
You might want to specify some additional options to make Vuze store config data and downloads somewhere by default, for example
- Install optional plugins
You might want to install the 'Vuze Web Remote' plugin to give remote access - create a directory called /home/vuze/plugins/xmwebui. Grab the xmwebui_<version>.zip file from http://plugins.vuze.com/plugin_details.php?plugin=xmwebui and unzip it in the plugins/xmwebui directory.
From 5001_B20 onwards (see http://dev.vuze.com/ for the latest core .jar files) the console UI supports commands to install plugins - the above installation can be achieved via
plugin install xmwebui
you will probably also want to install the uTP plugin
plugin install azutp
Run Vuze and browse to http://<synology_ip>:9091/