Hi all, Few weeks ago I asked on this forum "how to run a web site on NAS200" Jac_goudsmit gave me a large response (see this post). After several testing, I finally succeed !! I'm here to share my experience... Here is a small "cook book" for that : Upgrade your NAS with JacXX firmware. I suggest Jac3 firmware. (With Jac2b, startup scripts were not called on my NAS200...maybe because I'm in RAID configuration) Your startup script SHOULD NOT start /usr/sbin/thttpd. Why ?? Simply because after custom startup scripts, NAS200 calls several scripts in which there is /etc/rc.d/rc.thttpd. And this script kill all thttpd process including yours !!! The solution I found is to start thttpd under an other name. thttpd on NAS200 is compiled to start index.cgi by default. Therefore, you need a small cgi script to redirect the browser to index.html. Here are scripts and config files (you should change volume_x to your config) : rc.myweb Code: if [ ! -h /harddisk/volume_3/data/rc.d/myhttpd ] then ln -s /usr/sbin/thttpd /harddisk/volume_3/data/rc.d/myhttpd fi #ArrÃªt myhttpd qui existerait en mÃ©moire /bin/killall myhttpd 2>/dev/null # Lancement /harddisk/volume_3/data/rc.d/myhttpd -C /harddisk/volume_3/data/rc.d/thttpd.conf thttpd.conf Code: dir=/harddisk/volume_3/data/webroot nochroot nosymlink user=root pidfile=/var/run/thttpd-webphoto.pid cgipat=*.cgi port=80 index.cgi Code: #!/bin/sh echo "Status:302" echo "location:index.html" exit 0 I'm quite sure that everything can be improved. I'm quite a newbie to linux :smile:... Feel free to post any comment ! but I do believe that this post will be usefull for someone ! Christophe.