This tutorial assumes you know how vim works. Please google for it. If it turns out too hard for too many i'll write the commands to use it here. To get this to work, the easiest way was to install a debian chroot. This means you're basicly running a debian environment on your qnap.
The chroot setup tutorial is based on nemozny wonderful tutorial on http://forum.qnap.com/viewtopic.php?f=91&t=20174&p=223728 I had to modify some steps of this tutorial as this will be harmful to your qnap if you do it as listed there. This is due to /opt/ that is mounted on a 32 mb ramfs, and not your harddisk. You'll just run out of space, and ipkg's will mess up. So i copied the full tutorial here with the needed modifications:
I made a share called "Storage" on my harddrive. You could name it anything you want. Just modify the paths accordingly.
Make sure you have the ipkg package manager installed from the config website under qpkg packages. Then login with ssh.
ipkg install coreutils ipkg install binutils ipkg install perl ipkg install xz-utils mkdir /share/Storage/debootstrap cd /share/Storage/debootstrap wget -c http://ftp.nl.debian.org/debian/pool/main/d/debootstrap/debootstrap_1.0.26%2Bsqueeze1_all.deb tar -xf debootstrap_1.0.26+squeeze1_all.deb tar xvzf data.tar.gz
Now edit the following file:
On line 16, edit the DEBOOTSTRAP_DIR to look like this (make sure it matches your path)
if [ -x /debootstrap/debootstrap ]; then DEBOOTSTRAP_DIR=/debootstrap else DEBOOTSTRAP_DIR=/share/Storage/debootstrap/usr/share/debootstrap fi
Now edit the following file:
replace every /usr/bin/perl with /opt/bin/perl
Save the file.
mkdir /share/Storage/debian ./usr/sbin/debootstrap -arch armel squeeze /share/Storage/debian http://ftp.nl.debian.org/debian
Now go make some coffee or grab a beer or something. This will take a long while.
When it's done:
mount -o bind /dev/ /share/Storage/debian/dev mount -o /proc/ /share/Storage/debian/proc chroot /share/Storage/debian /bin/bash
If everything went right, your command prompt should now look like:
You're now running debian!
apt-get install lsb-core
This will ask you if it can install 200 something MB of stuff. Press Y. Then press Y again to accept unsigned packages.
Now you can download hamachi from https://secure.logmein.com/US/labs/ (pick the armel version). You may need to check the version on this webpage and copy the link from there to use with the commands below:
wget https://secure.logmein.com/labs/logmein-hamachi-220.127.116.11-armel.tgz tar xvzf logmein-hamachi-18.104.22.168-armel.tgz cd logmein-hamachi-22.214.171.124-armel ./install.sh insmod /mnt/ext/usr/local/modules/tun.ko /etc/init.d/logmein-hamachi start hamachi login
Now hamachi should be logged in. Use hamachi help to see what your options are. I am an account user so i used:
hamachi attach myaccountname
And then i accepted the new client on the hamachi site. Everything works as expected now. Have fun! Questions? Ask away!