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  1. never mind i finally worked my way around it... thanks for everyone's help!! sheesh, no offense but this is a really bad community site in regards to helping ppl.
  2. Ok, I feel like im inching closer, I added modules 1 by 1 but am stuck on this specific module [ 2998.665893] videobuf_dvb: Unknown symbol __refrigerator (err 0) [ 2998.743057] cx23885: Unknown symbol videobuf_dvb_alloc_frontend (err 0) [ 2998.743126] cx23885: Unknown symbol btcx_riscmem_alloc (err 0) [ 2998.743158] cx23885: Unknown symbol videobuf_dvb_get_frontend (err 0) [ 2998.743201] cx23885: Unknown symbol btcx_riscmem_free (err 0) [ 2998.743282] cx23885: Unknown symbol videobuf_dvb_unregister_bus (err 0) [ 2998.743332] cx23885: Unknown symbol videobuf_dvb_register_bus (err 0) [ 29
  3. Ok so i tried again but this time with synogpl-4418-bromolow.tbz and it created the cx23885.ko file. I copied it over from the VirtualBox to the DiskStation, I then tried /sbin/modprobe cx23885.ko which then says "modprobe: chdir(3.2.40): No such file or directory" so i next tried /sbin/insmod /usr/lib/modules/cx23885.ko which then tells me "insmod: can't insert '/usr/lib/modules/cx23885.ko': unknown symbol in module, or unknown parameter" also dmesg shows [ 1094.090716] cx23885: Unknown symbol videobuf_streamoff (err 0) [ 1094.090752] cx23885: Unknown symbol v4l2_no
  4. This is my first attempt at compiling a module for synology. I'm using DSM 4.3 DS3612xs (viewtopic.php?f=2&t=1361&p=17406#p17406 (beta 8) ). I have downloaded Intel x86 Linux 3.2.40 (Bromolow) toolchain and synogpl-3776-bromolow.tbz from github. I then extracted these to /usr/local/ and /usr/local/x86_64-linux-gnu respectively. I then edit Makefile and changed ARCH ?= x86_64 and CROSS_COMPILE ?= /usr/local/x86_64-linux-gnu/bin/x86_64-linux-gnu-... Then from following guides i did make oldconfig make menuconfig Inside this GUI I had ticked the boxes as that corres
  5. Read the first post! the local files downloaded to do the update. "If you have problems updating because you have been infected (like i had)" means exactly that, if you had the same virus as me and couldn't update. then follow my instruction to fix it. If you don't see it, then most likely your not infected or you don't have the same virus/problem I had etc. in which case you don't need to do anything... simple as that. btw you can't update to 3827 from the gui and this has been mention a few times in this thread, you can only update to 3810 v4.
  6. Thanks for the write up, but I skipped the creating public folders etc as it was kinda unneccessary as I unzipped from my PC then transferred over to any share then moved to the appropriate locations. But so far update 4 seams stable for me and for the last 4 days i have not seen any unusual activity and I have been checking frequently, so in the mean time we can assume its safe and taken care off... for now.
  7. Hauppauge WinTV-HVR-1700 http://linuxtv.org/wiki/index.php/Haupp ... V-HVR-1700 It uses firmware files and i believe the drivers are already present, just not the kernel activation from my understanding. It's a pci-e x4 card.
  8. It's my understanding now that you can access the gui from the browser, is this correct? If so you will need to download those files in the first post and follow those instructions in where to place them. Next disconnect from the internet, then in the GUI, goto control panel->DSM Update. The status may say disconnected, if so click manual DSM update below then click cancel and it should refresh (this is what worked for me) and hopefully find the local files. You may also need to double check /usr/syno/synoman/webman/modules/ControlPanel/modules/upgrade.cgi just to make sure it's
  9. It's my understanding now that you can access the gui from the browser, is this correct? If so you will need to download those files in the first post and follow those instructions in where to place them. Next disconnect from the internet, then in the GUI, goto control panel->DSM Update. The status may say disconnected, if so click manual DSM update below then click cancel and it should refresh (this is what worked for me) and hopefully find the local files. You may also need to double check /usr/syno/synoman/webman/modules/ControlPanel/modules/upgrade.cgi just to make sure it's
  10. I had the same virus because i had to also physically delete the lolz folder and process but i think i never reboot while i had that virus which maybe the reason I didn't get the results that you have. Unfortunately with the amount that's going on with your system, I would suggest doing a clean install then updating immediately because there is just too much digging around to find out what has been changed and where and even after fixing bits and pieces, there's no guarantee that its all quarantined. Also reinstalling will not delete your data, only the system files. But you will need to r
  11. I had the same virus because i had to also physically delete the lolz folder and process but i think i never reboot while i had that virus which maybe the reason I didn't get the results that you have. Unfortunately with the amount that's going on with your system, I would suggest doing a clean install then updating immediately because there is just too much digging around to find out what has been changed and where and even after fixing bits and pieces, there's no guarantee that its all quarantined. Also reinstalling will not delete your data, only the system files. But you will need to r
  12. I had the lolz virus aswell (but i never restarted on that one, so I'm unsure if the startup is related), I also had the httpd-pid, dhcp virus but never the PWNED one. Are you able to ssh into the box? EDIT: sorry just re-read your post and it seems as though you do. I would suggest killall lolz that you can find running, also delete the /lolz folder. next i would look at /usr/syno/etc/rc.d/S97apache-sys.sh and see if you can find anything abnormal. also after a quick check. I found lolz was being started up from /usr/syno/etc/rc.d/S99p.sh EDIT: What you can also try i
  13. I had the lolz virus aswell (but i never restarted on that one, so I'm unsure if the startup is related), I also had the httpd-pid, dhcp virus but never the PWNED one. Are you able to ssh into the box? EDIT: sorry just re-read your post and it seems as though you do. I would suggest killall lolz that you can find running, also delete the /lolz folder. next i would look at /usr/syno/etc/rc.d/S97apache-sys.sh and see if you can find anything abnormal. also after a quick check. I found lolz was being started up from /usr/syno/etc/rc.d/S99p.sh EDIT: What you can also try i
  14. I'm talking about the update 4 off 3810 as it was no longer possible to download or do manual method (mentioned on page 1) as the new 3827 update overrides the 3810 v4.
  15. I'm talking about the update 4 off 3810 as it was no longer possible to download or do manual method (mentioned on page 1) as the new 3827 update overrides the 3810 v4.