Lerp wrote:I sent my message and i forgot to ask about another problem.
RSS feed will update every 1 hour, that's too much. Any way to reduce that to, let's say 10 minutes?
I saw a thread talking about reducing it to 5 min. through SSH, but it's a bit confusing for a new user like me. And there was a guy asking how could you check if that modified part is working, and no one answered yet.
Tis I the guy who wrote the initial code you're commenting on.
The code is tested through and through and it works.... this is a friendly community noones out to kill anothers hardware.... if you look at the view count and the amount of comments.... No comments is a good thing... if it didn't work people would have been cussing me out. Anyway to answer your other question.
Crontab is just a codey name for "Scheduled command running" and shouldn't be feared. You need to update your crontab file or someone else has to for you. Crontab is the only way to update your feed for less than the hour default.
All the code below does is add a line to the crontab file which runs the command "Update all RSS feeds every 5 minutes or i'll pour water on your harddrive".
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echo -e "*/5\t*\t*\t*\t*\t*\t/usr/syno/bin/synorsstool --updateall" >>/etc/crontab
If you change the 5 to a 10 it'll do the obvious.
Are you at all familiar with SSH? if you're not and don't want to risk it PM me and i'll do it for you.... If i got time i'll help ya out.