Veeam: How to create a Linux Backup repository in Veeam using our QNAP storage (no CIFS or iSCSI)

Greetings friends, for years the question of whether we can use our QNAP as Linux repositories in Veeam has been formulated on numerous occasions, in forums, in person, exhibitions, etc.: The answer has always been that due to the minimal operating system included in the QNAPs, the following dependencies could not be installed: Luckily for us, all the necessary packages are included in the default Perl package that QNAP now serves from its own App Center, so today we will see exclusively how to install the Perl module in QNAP, and how to configure our QNAP in Linux Backup Repository mode for Veeam. This process is not officially supported by Veeam, since Veeam recommends in the different KB certified with QNAP, to use CIFS or iSCSI with QNAP:

How to install the Perl module in QNAP using the App Center

QNAP includes the Perl module since a long time ago inside its App Center, if you don't have it, make sure you are running the latest QNAP Firmware: