The installed Twonky media server on my Thecus n2200+ did not store my settings. I had to fill in my license key and directories, every time I wanted to use the media server (after a reboot/power down).
I searched for a solution and I managed to create an own Twonky media server module (based on Twonky version 6.0.34) for my Thecus. Coincidence or not, but when that was finished, Thecus released there module 6.0.33.

Bug

I installed 6.0.33, but it didn't come up, not even after a reboot. Page could not be found...
Because I had build my own version, I knew there was a bug in the module.rc file where it determines the processor.
This line: processor=`cat /proc/cpuinfo | awk -F: '/^Processor/||/^processor/{print substr($2,2,4)}'`
returns for the Thecus n2000plus: ARMv
But the processor variable is only checked for ARM9
if [ "${processor}" != "ARM9" ];
then
processor="X86"
fi

This results in a script that thinks the Thecus contains a X86 processor
Adding this code solves the problem:
if [ "${processor}" == "ARMv" ];
then
processor="ARM9"
fi

How to change the module.rc file? I'll explain later; meanwhile, search the internet.

Settings stored?

After a reboot my settings are still available. .ts files are recognized. I'm happy.

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