So first question:
I installed my jail (named "warden") as in the instructions. I gave it an ip (192.168.1.203). I set my primary DNS nameserver before creating it. My question is:
If I ssh into the jail (eg ssh 192.168.1.203), am I supposed to be "inside" the jail, as if it was a completely different computer? Because I just end up inside my NAS...
I installed transmission, I can start the web service, but when I try to download from a torrent, it doesn't work. I get this in my jail/var/log/messages:
May 5 15:23:10 warden transmission-daemon: UDP Failed to set receive buffer: No buffer space available (tr-udp.c:56)
May 5 15:23:10 warden transmission-daemon: UDP Failed to set send buffer: No buffer space available (tr-udp.c:62)
May 5 15:23:10 warden transmission-daemon: UDP Failed to set receive buffer: requested 4194304, got 42080 (tr-udp.c:75)
May 5 15:23:10 warden transmission-daemon: UDP Failed to set send buffer: requested 1048576, got 9216 (tr-udp.c:86)
May 5 15:33:46 warden transmission-daemon: ubuntu-12.04-server-amd64.iso Tracker error: "Connection failed" (torrent.c:531)
The minidlna instructions say I should "chown -R dlna:dlna /var/db/dlna". However, this fails, because I have no dlna user. Is this normal? Was I supposed to create one myself? I just ended up chmod-777-ing it.
Also, the user actually running (using top) minidlna is my first user created user (user 1001). Files created by mnidlna are owned by that user for some weird reason, with the group nobody. wtf?
As for transmission, it is being run by my second user created user (1002)... Files are created by that user, with my "group2", an secondary group for that user.
I am seeing too many strange things... but am not sure what went wrong where. HELP!