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  1. Yes, the Xpenology is really only the Linux kernel with some mechanisms in-place to combat the checks done by the Synology OS, extra drivers and it emulates the device that has serial number. But the real problem starts when you download the PAT file and use the proprietary parts of the Synology OS on the box that wasn't licensed for it. Technically, in some countries its illegal to bypath the mechanisms that prevent you from running on a non-licensed hardware, so the bootloader would also be illegal.
  2. Maybe. To be honest i dont know. My point is, is it worth to buy extra license and maybe one day lose it? No, it is not worth it to buy it for the pirated copy of Synology. Either go fully licensed or fully pirated.
  3. There already is a bootloader for 6.1 -> 1.02a
  4. Do you compile using their scripts/tools? It would've being great if you could write some instructions on what is needed to compile the kernel from source. I will arrange a Howto in the afternoon Much appreciated.
  5. Do you compile using their scripts/tools? It would've being great if you could write some instructions on what is needed to compile the kernel from source.
  6. Some of us have Windows Server as the hosting server OS for one reason or another. I guess the alternative would be to run VMware workstation which would be extra.(unless pirated of course). Hyper-v comes free though and integrates nicely with the Windows ecosystem.
  7. From what I understand you don't actually need any link aggregation for the SMB multichannel. It should work by simply having x2 or more network cards on your server and PC with different IPs for each nic.
  8. It will not work! Don't attempt to upgrade to 6.1
  9. Yes the router is in between and it doesn't allow to change the MTU. Direct access isn't possible, because I've configured the network settings manually Sure it is. You just need to match the subnet on your PC. For example if you set your NAS to 192.168.1.2, then simply set your PC to 192.168.1.3. No gateway or DNS ip is necessary for this.
  10. I'd already change the MTU on my PC, but my router Fritzbox 7490 FW 6.80 doesn't seem to support this high MTU rate. SSH is not enabled I'll try to get a 2nd network adapter and hopefully this will allow me to access again. Thx wgk Is there a router in between pc and xpenology? Try also changing MTU on a router. Or try connecting directly to nas.
  11. Change MTU on your PC to 9k or connect via ssh and type ifconfig eth0 mtu 1500 up
  12. Линк убрали так как автором были замечены ошибки в 2.2.
  13. Its only the sourcecode for some of the opensource packages, but not the kernel... I think what we are looking for is a HUGE txz file that is usually about ~1GB in size. That's the source for the kernel.