If you login as admin at your CH3HNAS, you can configure HFP by issuing the setuphfp command:

root:~ # setuphfp
-=[ setup HFP ]=-

1: HFP status      : enabled
2: mount /home     : enabled
3: ssh daemon      : dropbear
4: backdoor ssh    : enabled
5: upgrade busybox : no


- dropbear                     : enabled
- ssh                          : not installed
A transmission                 : enabled
B internal website (lighttpd)  : disabled
C internal website (lighttpd)  : enabled
D nzbget                       : enabled

w: write changes
q: quit, don't write changes
x: write changes and quit

command: 

Using this simple menu, you can change the some of the settings of HFP.

When you disable HFP (first option), HFP will not be started the next time your (re)boot CH3HNAS. After your system has rebooted, you can remove the installation folder of HFP (see …)

See the installation instructions for a description of the next three options.

Busybox is a special package, as it can’t be upgraded or reinstalled when running inside the chrooted environment. If you need to upgrade busybox, use the configuration menu to enable the upgrade of busybox the next time you boot your CH3HNAS.

Next, a section is shown with all the configured background processes. Installed services can be enabled or disabled. The effect will only be visible after you reboot.

Note: a service can always be started and stopped using the service command without affecting if the service is started at the boot stage:

admin:~ # service lighttpd-int start
admin:~ # service nzbget stop