Ton_O

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  1. Thanks again mate! I was preparing for the process of copying the vfat-img to the internal flash-memory which, imho (but I'd like to see myself as a n00b), will render the Readynas into a nice brick, hence the hesitation. Meanwhile, I've indeed copied the *vfat.img to internal flash memory, just tried the bootstrap-script for Atom D410, rebooted and got myself the ipkg-command:-) Did a "ipkg update" and "ipkg upgrade", then installed the packages mentioned to silence the fans. In that process, added bash-shell through "ipkg install bash" to follow the original posters solution as much as
  2. Thanks for your response! I expected one of the zip-parts had to be the right one, but the size of the backup I created (the dd-statement) created a dump of 128MB (the size of the filesystem), so I was reluctant to just "try a file" with the risk of bricking the readynas. Any idea on "How to bootstrap this device once gnoboot is running on it? "Is that a process regardless of whether the Readynas is using Radiator or Gnoboot? Ton.
  3. Hi, maybe a simple question, but where did you get/can I get the current bootcode? (synoboot-5-beta.img). I've got my Readynas already booting from USBStick and saved the old bootcode, but where can I find the right version now? Maybe a second question once I've got this finished, bootstrapping the Readynas with DSM, is it just a matter of finding the right bootstrap-code for this processor-type? I've got an Atom A410. Thanks for sharing and hope I'll get a response from you guys! Reagrds, Ton.
  4. No need to apologize. XPEH already gave more information on the allocation of the OS over all drives, so I hope that's clear now; it's just a matter of keeping the NAS's availability as high as possible. You mentioned you've got two harddrives and planning on buying a third one. What you could do is create a disk group for your data on the 3.5 inch sata-drive for now and expand it with the new 3.5 data once that's there: that will increase the protection of your data, but will not increase the amount of available storage. Perhaps you already have looked at the Raid-calculator on the Sy
  5. Well, I don't think that the post right above yours is trying to be funny when stating that the OS is written on ALL discs. Your question about data protection is confusing: do you have one disk or two in the system? Two partitions on the same harddiscs is NOT considered data protection: a crash of that drive will affect al your data. If you have two drives, things are different.
  6. Make sure that you use the correct port number. I noticed that the package itself users port 5000 (when clicking on Transmission in the browser) to go to Transmission; yet Transmssion users 9091 for it's web interface. So if you change the 5000 in the URL that times out, into 9091, you would end up with results. I would suggest using the Transmission Remote Gui, that's a much better interface than the default one.