Eduardo

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  1. I've got a ftdi USB serial adapter and would like to try. How did you manage to get the output log?
  2. Still not sure what's happening in my J-4105. I´ll try again playing with extra.lzma. As I said, hw transcoding doesn't work here with your clean extra.lzma on 6.2.2. No /dev/dri. But it was working with a custom extra.lzma on 6.2.1. Actually I´m not sure who posted this extra.lzma. Maybe you, TeleDimm or Olegin. Unfortunately, I got no net when updating to 6.2.2 with this extra.lzma.
  3. J4105B-ITX here. Hardware transcoding is working on 6.2.1 update 6 and custom extra.lzma. I tried and updated two times on a test disk 6.2.2 changing extra.lzma, deleting extra2.lzma on 1.04 loader and deleting /usr/lib/modules/update/* . It worked flawlessly but none of the two times I tried hardware transcoding was working.
  4. What is my best to use this USB3 ethernet dongle? Should I disable MOBO NIC? Or should I left internal NIC enabled and add another NIC on grub.cfg?
  5. Did you left extra2.lzma? Is hw transcoding working for you?
  6. J4105B here. Hardware transcoding is working on 6.2.1 update 6 and custom extra.lzma. I tried and updated two times on a test disk 6.2.2 changing extra.lzma, deleting extra2.lzma on 1.04 loader and deleting /usr/lib/modules/update/* . It worked flawlessly but none of the two times I tried hardware transcoding was working. Is not possible hardware transcoding with real3x's extra.lzma?
  7. Eduardo

    NAS no se apaga

    Pues deberías estar contento. Asrock J4105 con JUN'S LOADER v1.04b - DS918+, desde DSM 6.2.2 no deberías tener ni red. No es compatible con la NIC que lleva. Edit: me refería con el loader original de Jun. Esto es, sin el mod de real3x
  8. cat /etc/fstab: none /proc proc defaults 0 0 /dev/root / ext4 defaults 1 1 /dev/md3 /volume2 btrfs auto_reclaim_space,synoacl,relatime 0 0 /dev/vg1000/lv /volume1 btrfs auto_reclaim_space,synoacl,relatime 0 0
  9. I'm not a linux wise indeed 😨 I would like to use some temporal files in RAM with some scripts, but I can't see any tmpfs in DSM. Any clue to use RAM filesystem?
  10. I'm sorry. My Mobo on 1.30. https://www.asrock.com/MB/Intel/J4105B-ITX/index.es.asp#BIOS
  11. Yes. You should see screen like https://forums.servethehome.com/index.php?threads/lsi-9211-8i-it-mode-stuck-during-loading.8183/ if you flashed IT firm and ROM bios. Not if you only flashed only IT firm. In that case passthrought in "blind" mode. That referring to your old PC. Things could be different on J4105B. Not sure what happens if ROM bios flashed to LSI because of the lack of legacy BIOS mode support of the J4105B. I never tried because my LSI was ported from other PC without ROM, and worked after plugging. Once more, are you sure you don't need to crossflash the LSI card?. Just like https://marcan.st/2016/05/crossflashing-the-fujitsu-d2607/ https://www.servethehome.com/ibm-serveraid-m1015-part-4/ https://techmattr.wordpress.com/2013/08/30/sas-hba-crossflashing-or-flashing-to-it-mode/ Sorry for not posting in German. I just feel like hijacking this thread.
  12. And did you try if it works on this PC?
  13. Sorry to hear that. No special bios settings here. Advanced->ACPI Configuration->PCIE Devices Power On ( For WOL) Advanced->Storage->SATA Hot plug Disabled 2COM, HD Audio and some other things not used. I guess you should try your LSI card on another PC. If not flashed ROM but IT firm, it should passthrough , but not booting from these SATAs. Which brand is your LSI card? If IBM or DELL you have to crossflash. Did you flash the card on J4105B MOBO? Regarding front USB, working USB4_5 here, but not the other 4 front USB. Did you connect cables to front USB3_1_2 and USB2_3 headers or only to one of these headers? http://asrock.pc.cdn.bitgravity.com/Manual/J4105B-ITX.pdf
  14. As you know, you'll have to edit /etc/synoinfo.conf and optionally /etc.defaults/synoinfo.conf to match to your config. I set MOBO 2 SATA ports as eSATA. According to my preferences: J4105B-ITX has 2 sata ports and 10 USB ports (5 USB2 y 5 USB3.1). LSI 9211-8i obviously has 8 sata ports. First come the 2 MOBO ports and then 8 from LSI. This way: 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0011 = esataportcfg 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 1111 1111 1100 0000 0000 = usbportcfg 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0011 1111 1100 = internalportcfg for f in "/etc/synoinfo.conf" "/etc.defaults/synoinfo.conf"; do sed -i 's/esataportcfg="0x.*"/esataportcfg="0x3"/g ; s/internalportcfg="0x.*"/internalportcfg="0x3fc"/g ; s/usbportcfg="0x.*"/usbportcfg="0xffc00"/g ; s/maxdisks=".*"/maxdisks="10"/g' $f; done Good luck PS: Please, would you be so kind to tell me if front USB can detect USB flash drives?