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You should have an .git directory into /mnt/TestTarget/bup. Maybe your bup init goes wrong. In this case, look if you have the same directory (.git) inside ~/.bup
Note: I know nothing specific about bup. It sounds like /opt/bin is not in your PATH on your NAS. As root (the user you use to login on your NAS using bup) try: env | grep PATH And see if it is there. If it's not, try adding it in root's shell (eg .bashrc). edit: I just remembered that which probably already looks in the PATH. In that case, it may be ...
A simple way to fix this is to add a symlink. As root: ln -s /opt/bin/python /usr/bin/python You can test it with this command: env python
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