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  1. Would it be possible to include drivers for cheap Ethernet-to-USB adapters, please? RD9700 product. The Linux drivers on the bundled CD are 100 Kb but I'm not sure how to install them.
  2. Crap - I was hoping for a less costly solution will check out PCIe LAN cards. But I don't want to sacrifice my USB 3.0 ports! (my mobo is really old, no USB 3.0 and I have only 1x PCIe slot).
  3. WoL is working for me too, since DSM 6.x.x which wasn't previously possible under the old DSM 5.2.x All you have to do is to make sure you can use WoL with plain old BIOS settings (not turning the unit off via DSM or any other OS). A number of routers support WOL built in or you can have apps on your phones and open port 9 for WOL instructions. Once you have done the necessary steps, you can turn on WOL in DSM and from that point you should be able to wake your unit from anywhere.
  4. Well, on my configuration with previous DSM versions I had a problem to successfully use WoL but with 6.x.x I can finally use it. Once you've confirmed that you can use WoL just with plain shutdown/power off (not via DSM) you can turn it on in DSM @ Control Panel > Hardware & Power > General > Enable WOL on Lan X For example I have two XPEnology machines running. On one (my main rig) I'm able to use WOL outside DSM via BIOS but until v6.x I couldn't use WOL in conjunction with DSM software shutdown. On the other (test rig) I'm not able to use WOL outside the DSM and I'm not able to use WOL after I use software shutdown via DSM. Hope it makes at least a little sense. For either you will need the right settings in BIOS and the 'real' MAC address of your chosen LAN port.
  5. Really the only way will be either a motherboard with 2 ethernet ports (or more) or a PCI/e network adapter? Also, anybody could explain why a USB wireless adapter doesn't function to solve this?
  6. I'm going to watch this thread because I'm interested also. I've tried wireless USB adapters but they don't count for some reason Not sure why because they're fully functional connections. EDIT: anybody knows a way to leave NAS management to the wireless adapter and use the LAN connection for for the 'virtual' needs?
  7. Thank you very much. That was it - I don't think I would've think of that.
  8. Hello again Odd situation - I can access the login website even from outside of my network but as soon as I log in, I get redirected to my which, of course, doesn't do any good. Do I have to do anything for the website to redirect to instead of my ?
  9. Sorry i didnt mention about hat. You need to make some tweaks here: - standard db.port is 3306, - db.user is root, - db.password is blank, no password. Also to login as root you need to use command: sudo su -. Admin password. I'll need to go back to school - I hate this shit. Took me 15min to figure out about the root login (first you login as admin with your admin password, then you request root access via sudo -i or sudo su and re-confirm with your admin password). Swear, this could be easier EDIT: I've changed the config file settings as suggested but my error remains the same - MySQL DB Error (kitcatalogue@localhost). Connecting to Database : 1049 ::. I think I'm not creating a database in MariaDB. Any ideas, please? EDIT: New thing learned - Commands end with ; or \g. swear I would hit myself but I have a date tonight EDIT: I've done it! Thanks a lot. Really! Now I need to learn to use it EDIT: how do I access it via the web? If I modify the 'Virtual Host' settings, I only get a default Synology page with Web Station has been enabled. To finish setting up your website, please see the "Web Service" section of DSM Help. and if I leave the post based 'Virtual Host' up and create a secondary host name based 'Virtual Host' with practically the same settings, I get This site can’t be reached Post based Virtual Host settings: - HTTP port selected (port number xx) - document root selected (web/kitcatalogue) - HTTP back-end server selected (Apache HTTP server 2.2) - PHP selected (PHP 5.6) I can access the software via http://: Host name based Virtual Host settings: - Host name selected (myDDNS) - HTTP port selected (port number xx) - HHTPS port selected (port number xy) - document root selected (web/kitcatalogue) - HTTP back-end server selected (Apache HTTP server 2.2) - PHP selected (PHP 5.6) I can't access the software via the following routes: http://: https://: EDIT: I've sorted it, the port numbers xx for HTTP and xy for HTTPS wasn't added to the 'Router Configuration' and wasn't forwarded in the router.
  10. I'm back again sorry! - Enabled SSH on XPEnology - Downloaded Putty - Entered my IP - Putty started - Tried to log in as 'root' - can't. My regular admin password doesn't matches the root password - God knows at this point what is the root password. I know it is not my admin password and it is not blank either - So I've logged in as 'admin' - Entered mysql - which started MariaDB - Typed in - no reaction - Typed in - no reaction - Typed in - no reaction - Typed in - no reaction - Exited Putty - Tried to resume the KitCatalogue installation > Error - Failed to connect to the database server. MySQL DB Error (kitcatalogue@localhost). Connecting to Database : 1045 :: Do I need to take into account any of the options listed by the installation? db.use_mysqli - true - localhost db.port - 3308 db.username - kitcatalogue db.password - ****** db.database - kitcatalogue Thank you...
  11. Well, you were right. Given time I managed to go as far as the '...- ive had to create database in mariabd thru ssh command line...' Any chance I could ask you for the exact instructions, please? (I've tried to google it but I got too many different ways how to deal with this). Also, my last experimentation messed up my full time NAS, so I've created a replacement NAS from an old DELL FX160 Looks like this had to do something with my incomplete migration from 5.2 to 6.0 DSM. On the FX160 I've reached this stage (thanks to your instructions) in 5min or so.
  12. Does the boot loader must be modified differently if I intend to use a Solid State Module? I have a OptiPlex FX160 and I would like to experiment on it.
  13. I'm having a bit of an issue. When I log into DSM on my desktop or any other device via the browser (HTTP/HTTPS access) two out of three user created shared folders appear to be constantly busy for no apparent reason (slightly greyed out with big 'Loading' in the middle). I've tried restart, it didn't helped. But by using the DS File app I can work without an issue. Any ideas how to fix this, please? EDIT: restarting the NAS didn't help, turning off and on the NAS didn't help, updating the NAS from 6.02-8451 update 9 > update 11 didn't help, starting & cancelling RAID scrub didn't help, switching from HTTP to HTTPS didn't help. Any ideas, please? EDIT: well, I needed the NAS badly so my only choice was to re-install the DSM. Just a heads up, that's the only action which fixed my problem.
  14. Sorry for the late reply, been very busy this week. - delete last line from .htaccess - done, helped to to progress to the next window - rename or copy new_local folder to local - done, helped to to progress to the next window - ignore error message about mod_rewrite (its enabled in apache config file) - ignored - enable mysqli plugin - I've enabled the mySQLi extension, the CPU utilisation reached 100% for some reason (even if I couldn't see any process responsible for it in the 'process' tab) so I've restarted the NAS and when it came back, I couldn't restore the web installation so I decided to start everything from the beginning, including turning off mySQLi for now. But I can't reach the same process as before. I hate this soo badly EDIT: here I go again - de-compressed the kitcatalogue into a folder and renamed it kitcatalogue - removed the last line from .htaccess - renamed new_local folder to local folder - in Web Station I've retained all the previous settings (Apache HTTP Server 2.2 enabled under General Settings tab, PHP 5.6 enabled under General Settings tab, PHP 5.6 enabled under PHP Settings tab, Virtual Host created under Virtual Host Tab with the following parameters: port-based HTTP (port no.: xx), document root set to web/kitcatalogue and both HTTP back-end server and PHP set as in General Settings tab). But I can't reach nothing. Anything I type into the browser, I get 'This site can't be reached' Why????? http://:xx/install/installer.php - 'This site can't be reached' http://:xx/install/ - 'This site can't be reached' http://:xx/install/index.php - 'This site can't be reached' EDIT: would you happen to know about a package which would allow me to do something similar, please? Allow tracking & sharing equipment?
  15. You're the man (or woman)! That was it! Sweet - will let you know how did I get on EDIT: and I'm stuck again got the following message: Check .htaccess file Kit-Catalogue needs a .htaccess file in the /public/ root folder to setup mod_rewrite. On windows in particular, it's very easy to mistakenly not copy this hidden file across along with the rest of your Kit-Catalogue installation. Error - The .htaccess file appears to be missing. Check the installation zip-file and copy across the missing .htaccess file. If you can't see the file, you may need "show hidden files" in your file browser. Check Apache mod_rewrite Kit-Catalogue requires that Apache's mod_rewrite be enabled so it can process all incoming requests correctly, and provide 'friendly' URLs. Error - mod_rewrite appears to be disabled. If you need to enable mod_rewrite, edit your system's httpd.conf file and make the following changes: Make sure the AllowOverride option is set to a minimum of: AllowOverride FileInfo Options Using AllowOverride All should definitely work, but may enable settings you do not wish to use. Ensure that mod_rewrite is enabled by uncommenting this line: LoadModule rewrite_module modules/ If I create a 'public' folder in the 'kitcatalogue' folder and move .htaccess file into it - get the same long error message If I create a 'public' folder in the 'web' shared folder and move .htaccess file into it - get the same long error message If I leave .htaccess file in the root folder of 'kitcatalogue' - back to error 500, regardless of the permissions of a http group Can't seem to find any way of configuring Apache in DSM. Help, please?