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  1. Virtual XPEnology with external Media Files

    To OP: did bindfs work? If no success with bindfs, an alternative might be to ditch cifs and set up the Linux files as an iSCSI target. Synology supports iSCSI so you could point an iSCSI LUN to the target on your Linux server. Since it's all intra-machine, it should be pretty fast.
  2. XPEnology - x86-64 CPU

    The processor is 64-bit but does not have hardware virtualization. http://ark.intel.com/products/55627/Intel-Pentium-Processor-B950-2M-Cache-2_10-GHz Is your Win8 32-bit or 64-bit? I assume you are trying to run it in a virtual machine, so the VM must also be 64-bit. I believe this will not be possible on your CPU if you have a 32-bit host OS. Edit: With 8GB I assume it must be 64-bit Win8. If you're using Virtualbox, it looks like it only supports a 64-bit guest if the CPU supports hardware virtualization, which yours doesn't. http://www.virtualbox.org/manual/ch03.html#intro-64bitguests If so, your machine can't run a virtualized XPEnology.
  3. XPEnology in PC - Change Serial Number

    I'm using the "original" DSM4.1 build2668 posted in http://xpenology.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=1 I will try out the build2668++ and get back with the result.
  4. XPEnology in PC - Change Serial Number

    Hi, 1. I'm a little unclear about what's being proposed here. Does this hack essentially mean that once the system is up and running I can change the serial no and/or MAC address without having to change the checksum file? 2. The mount command suggested by patmtp35 gives an error stating that there is no such device. I've checked on my real Syno box (DS210j) and get the same error trying to mount /dev/sda1. However commands like fdisk -l show that there's a partition called /dev/sda1 but it doesn't contain a valid partition table. (And the same message on my DS210j.) fdisk -l /dev/sda1 Disk /dev/sda1: 2550 MB, 2550005760 bytes 255 heads, 63 sectors/track, 310 cylinders Units = cylinders of 16065 * 512 = 8225280 bytes Disk /dev/sda1 doesn't contain a valid partition table Any ideas? regards