costib

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  1. Welcome back buddy!
  2. It seems like his website moved to nanoboot.eu.org
  3. Before step nr. 4, disconnect your machine from internet.
  4. Is this of any hep inside your setup? Visual Subst
  5. I've started such a topic some time ago, see here: http://xpenology.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=1779 If only 30% of user's forum would contribute with some "how to" we could do a nice structured wiki page, but seems like we can't start it rolling. Admin doesn't have enough free time for board management, but let's see the bright side of it: the devs are still releasing and that's
  6. Ok. Thanks for the fast reply. The issue is that I have a HP N54L and it doesn't support VT-d. This is the only thing that prevents me to run DSM in ESXi. When I tested OMW(OpenMediaVault) SMART worked fine with RDM, so hopefully gnoBoot will figure this one out. @gnoBoot: Do you think it's possible to get SMART working running gnoBoot and Synology DSM in ESXi with Raw Disk Mapping? I don't think so. I've read it here that you need to enable/disable RDM filter to make it work. I just couldn't remember which thread it was. You have it all here sir: http://xpenology.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=558&start=320#p11381 How to check HDD SMART status: 1. Shut down Synology VM 2. Clear the RDMFilter flag on your ESXi server: - Configuration - Software - Advanced Settings - RdmFilter.HbaIsShared=OFF - Click OK 3. Start Synology VM 4. SSH login 5. Check the first RDM drive in the array: - smartctl -a /dev/sda
  7. @ ralphte: Good start, but I'm curious about performances, when you get there. PS: On Firefox 14.0.1 I cant see the content of your site, only the header and footer.
  8. At least you could discard those having less then 5 or 10 posts on this forum and just registered, asking directly for releases...
  9. viewtopic.php?f=2&t=2049 Use the second option - offline method - from the first post, having your NAS not connected to internet.
  10. viewtopic.php?f=2&t=2049 Use the second option - offline method - from the first post, having your NAS not connected to internet.
  11. Welcome aboard tharonny. Is nice to have users registering, just to say thanks to the devs, keeps them motivated.
  12. Welcome aboard tharonny. Is nice to have users registering, just to say thanks to the devs, keeps them motivated.
  13. You're welcome and welcome aboard. @ stanza: can you update the procedure from first post with this hint?
  14. You're welcome and welcome aboard. @ stanza: can you update the procedure from first post with this hint?
  15. No, USB is used just for boot loading, rest of install and config resides on your HDDs.