DNS-323 is a great little NAS storage, able to host 4 Tb of data thru 2 SATA hard disks up to 2 Tb each. It offers a lot of embedded possibilities (samba & nfs shares, iTunes server, uPnp server, ...).
Thanks to a very active community, its possibilities can be expanded even more thru a scripting method called fun_plug. It allows to start some more services, shaping the DNS-323 into a very versatile appliance.
This article explains all the steps needed to get the latest Fun_plug 0.7 running on a DNS-323. Once Fun_plug is fully installed, you will be able to install some very usefull extensions like a LAMP server, a Rsync backup server, a Transmission client, ... It also explains how to remove previous Fun_plug 0.5 version, which is a pre-requisite.
All following operations have been done on a DNS 323 (firmware v1.10) with one or two disks, but no RAID configured.