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  1. I had try to install on Intel P4 socket 478 FSB800 CPU with 865 chipset yesterday, its really not easy to sucess install . I am considering the reason as below: 01.Comparing to the DSM 2.3 and DSM 4.2, the code and kernel are really too old, suppose have lots of issues. 02.The e100 or most old PCI/PCI-X 10/100 NIC usually need "Firmware" file to initial in Linux OS, at my side, I also unable to let my 82599 LOM work properly. (only works on 10M) 03.Most of the old x86 cpmputers use Award BIOS, the Award BIOS seems not do very well between IDE and SATA HDD switching. I use SATA HDD
  2. The Asus Web Storage page still live, but very easy to run out of my bandwidth, usually 00:10 will reach everyday. There are new build and fix some fatal bugs, for prevent unnecessary confusion, so I kill the google link. Overall saying, this is not success build to me, and few feedback about this release, means not much people need it. So I won't release any new build for x86 DSM here. The latest build have able to modify volume layout and format as EXT4. Before: Example-3.jpg[/attachment]
  3. Just insert supported NIC on MB are enough, there are pci id tables inside kernel, if the table unable to mapping your device, maybe cause unable 100% drived.
  4. Your nic not supported by kernel. The DSM 2.3 was very old kernel, maybe have bugs or few nic device id in kernel, so unable to support your nic.
  5. Since this build can work on your box, I am considering that are enough, although I prefer to install x86 DSM 4.2 or (above) directly.
  6. Thanks, but the major issues about unable to change the volume, were because of lots of hdd/volume utility are for x64, this is the root cause. I had manual change file system to ext4 success by recompiler some programs in DSM.
  7. I just like 3.2-1955 and 4.1-2668, if just for NAS purpose, I consider 3.2-1955 are best to me.
  8. You should read this: http://xpenology.com/wiki/en/building_xpenology A1. I didn't recompiler the kernel for this build, because when I repack it, Synology still not release the GPL/ToolChain for DSM 4.2-3202. A2. This is not necessary file, just remark it from the grbu index file and can pass it, this file just for booting purpose for make sure the rd.gz and zImage not modified. A3. As A1, so no .config file to provide, I just add some NIC drivers and repack the .pat file, so just named it as "Repack" version.
  9. This is release can let your old x86 only box have chance to use DSM 4.2-3211 Build Information: ================ Support NIC: DSM 2.3 and 4.2: typhoon / b44 / e100 / 8139cp / 8139too / e1000 / e1000e / r8168 / r8169 / r8101 / skge / sky2 / sk98lin / tigon3 / bnx2 / atl1 DSM 4.2 only: atl1e / atl1c / igb / igbvf / jme / skge_genesis / vmxnet3 ================ Support Controller: DSM 2.3 and 4.2: sata_ahci / ata_piix / sata_mv / sata_promise / sata_sx4 / sata_sil / sata_sil24 / ata_generic / pata_hpt37x / pata_jmicron / pata_pdc2027x DSM 4.2 only : pvscsi ==========
  10. Save your time to do it, the HA function can't work on my previous version.