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  1. gebing

    Boot to Harddisk

    8. Extract zImage from NanoBoot and copy to /mnt/local How to extract zImage ?
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    Power off from the buttom

    The shutdown script should be a follow: syno_poweroff_task -r poweroff If you directly call poweroff, after reboot it will a notification for improper shutdown.
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    Power off from the buttom

    I tested gnoBoot alpha 10.2 and DSM 4.3-3827, it can corretly handle acpi event and acpid v1.0/v2.0 both work fine.
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    Drivers requests for DSM 5.2

    Can you build a snd-hda-intel.ko, sound card driver for intel ALC662/882.
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    XPEnology gnoBoot

    Today i looked into boot message of dmesg, and found there is some error output: [sat Mar 1 22:44:58 2014] fan: Unknown symbol thermal_cooling_device_register (err 0) [sat Mar 1 22:44:58 2014] fan: Unknown symbol thermal_cooling_device_unregister (err 0) It seems fan.ko is not load, and "lsmod |grep fan" output nothing. I studied module in /lib/modules and gnoboot's modules.conf in /.gnoboot/, and found maybe you missed load thermal_sys.ko depended by fan.ko, so may be you should change line in modules.conf to this: HD_ACPI="button container thermal_sys fan processor thermal video"
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    XPEnology gnoBoot

    Ok, i see. But i try to install acpid v2.0 on DSM, it seems acpid does not get any event after press power button. I looked into source of acpid, it use two method to detect event. First method is watching the content of file /proc/acpi/event, but on your build of boot kernel, there is not such file in /proc/acpi. When i tried to make a empty file, it failed with "can't create /proc/acpi/event: nonexistent directory" Second method is using netlink and the input layer instead of deprecated /proc/acpi/event interface, but it also failed becuase acpid will lookup files of /dev/input//event*, they are also missing, and acpid will output: acpid: cannot open input layer acpid: inotify_add_watch() failed: No such file or directory (2) So, can you fixed it?
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    Power off from the buttom

    Until this is not working we don't need to take care about the usermode program acpid (or busybox-acpid). In DSM 4.3 v1.0 I've seen, that CONFIG_ACPI_PROCFS is not configured. So, could please enable the follwing parameters: CONFIG_ACPI_PROCFS=y CONFIG_ACPI_PROC_EVENT=y CONFIG_ACPI_PROCFS_POWER=y Respectively please set the CONFIG_ACPI_* parameters to the same values as in the working DSM 4.2 Kernel. Thank you very much. CONFIG_ACPI_PROCFS and CONFIG_ACPI_PROCFS_POWER are not enabled in 4.2. Just rebuild kernel with these options enabled but still nothing... What about the new implementation of acpi in /sys/ ? (CONFIG_ACPI_PROC_EVENT is deprecated) I build a acpid v2.0 from source for using new implementation of acpi, and it can start on DSM 4.3 but with logout as below: #acpid -l -d -f acpid: cannot open input layer inotify fd: 4 acpid: inotify_add_watch() failed: No such file or directory (2) netlink opened successfully acpid: starting up with netlink and the input layer parsing conf file /etc/acpi/events/anything acpid: 1 rule loaded acpid: waiting for events: event logging is on It seems acpid can not open netlink input layer when using netlink and the input layer instead of deprecated /proc/acpi/event interface. I look into source code, acpid will try to open /dev/input/event*, and it seems missing from synology DSM. acpid also try to read event from /proc/acpi/event, but as mentioned previously, when press power button, there was no output in /proc/acpi/event. So power button can not work.
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    XPEnology gnoBoot

    i was not using insmod in shell to load button.ko, i was using insmod in gnoBoot's boot options, such as like: kernel /zImage ihd_num=0 netif_num=2 syno_hw_version=DS3612xs sn=xxxxx vga=0x318 insmod=button and after DSM boot up, i used cmd 'lsmod | grep button' in SSH shell, and it returns nothing. and I looked in dmsg of /var/log/, it has the following error output: [Thu Feb 27 20:23:42 2014] button: exports duplicate symbol acpi_lid_notifier_register (owned by kernel) So, it seems button.ko has tried to load on booting, but failed by duplicate symbol acpi_lid_notifier_register.
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    XPEnology gnoBoot

    I used gnoBoot-alpha8 and with booting parameter of insmod=button, in but it failed with same error: [Thu Feb 27 20:23:42 2014] button: exports duplicate symbol acpi_lid_notifier_register (owned by kernel) maybe you need rebuild button.ko bundled in zImage. thx
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    XPEnology gnoBoot

    I used gnoBoot to boot DSM 4.3-3810, and try to load button.ko by adding button to /etc/rc in KERNEL_MODULES, but after reboot, the button.ko seems not load. I checked by lsmod|grep button and return nothing. I checked boot log of /var/log/dmes, and there is some output like below: [Thu Feb 20 14:30:08 2014] thermal_sys: exports duplicate symbol generate_netlink_event (owned by kernel) [Thu Feb 20 14:30:08 2014] button: exports duplicate symbol acpi_lid_notifier_register (owned by kernel) It seems button.ko has duplicate export symbol (acpi_lid_notifier_register, which is exported by kernel) to prevent load button module. When i use Trantor's synoboot img and it works ok, what's problem and difference between gnoboot and Trantor's synoboot ? By the way, it seems thermal_sys.ko also did not load because of duplicate export symbol.
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    Power off from the buttom

    That is also my understanding: The kernel doesn't triggers the ACPI events. The busybox-acpid provided by me seems not to be the problem. So, we need to recompile the kernel with ACPI_PROC_EVENT enabled. I can confirm you that CONFIG_ACPI_PROC_EVENT=y is build in beta v3 et v4 I seems wired. IS there any other method to test whether APCI is work properlu ?
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    Power off from the buttom

    Maybe darkest_star is right. I try to build a special version acpid2 to use specific libc.so.6 and ld-linux-x86-64.so.2 of the lastest version, and successfully run on my DSM 4.3 build 3810 pre V1.1 V4, and it can not get any ACPI events.
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    Power off from the buttom

    I download toolchain and source for acpid2, but it failed. Because acpid2 require glibc 2.5 and include some function in glibc 2.5, such as inotify_init in inotify.h. Can anyone give some advisement? Can I install new version glibc to DSM without replace old glibc 2.3.6?
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    Power off from the buttom

    Maybe should compile kernel with ACPI_PROC_EVENT flag according to https://github.com/andy928/xpenology/bl ... pi/Kconfig Or use acpid2 instead of acpid? According to website of acpid2 (http://sourceforge.net/projects/acpid2/), it use netlink and the input layer instead of deprecated /proc/acpi/event interface. But how can i build a binary package of acpid2?
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    Power off from the buttom

    I tried in Xpenology DS3612xs DSM 4.3 build 3810 pre V1.1 V4, and it seems build with ACPI enabled, but when i pressed the power button, nothing happened. I checked whether button.ko is loaded by "lsmod | grep button", and it returns "button 4107 0" and it seems button.ko is loaded. I checked by "cat /proc/acpi/event", it is empty and has no content even after i press power button, so acpid can not be triggered when power button is pressed. So, what's the problem? Can anyone give some advise?