Qnap TS-209 with Debian: Control Fan

  1. Start the Fan Control Application
  2. Now you can set one of the following speeds: stop, silence, low, medium, high, full

I'm running my TS-209 in the silence mode. I have no harddisks installed (just use if for VPN and as file server for usb-attached disks) and therefore it is not necessary to cool it down

Automatic WLAN Connection on Startup – Linux without GUI

  1. First you need to make sure that you have installed the required packages for secure Wireless connections:
  2. Now you need to open the /etc/network/interfaces file in a text editor:
  3. Just add the following lines:

Source: http://wiki.debian.org/WiFi/HowToUse

Gigaset USB Stick 54 – Linux

To run a Gigaset USB Stick 54 under Linux you need to execute the following steps:

  1. The Chipset is zd1211rw. You need to get the appropriate firmware. Furthermore you need the wireless tools to manage the stick

    If you cannot find the zd1211-firmware you need to use other sources. For Debian you would need to include non-free.
  2. Now connect the device to your system. It should automatically load the kernel module. To verify check if you can see wlan0 when executing the following command:
  3. Now you just need to start the interface:

  To connect to a Wireless network you still need to configure it. The easiest way to do it is with the NetworkManager under Gnome.

Source: http://wiki.debian.org/zd1211rw