t-force

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  1. Kernel building

    from what I have read I do have to prepare a Ubuntu 12.10 (virtual) computer. On that I can compile kernels and also drivers (.ko). I'll start with installing Ubuntu Or maybe there are some other forum members who are able to do the driver compiling for me . I have now successfully installed 3202 (DSM 4.2) on a standard Quadcore Intel PC with a Intel Dual Server Netwerk adapter. I am trying to make a NAS with at least 24x4TB disks in it connected by 2x Areca ARC-1230-16 controller. This would give me a lot of fast storage in one NAS. It would be perfect if we could get a DS-10613xs+ of DS-3413xs+ system running on a 'standard' PC. The xs+ series do have SSD caching option.
  2. Kernel building

    Aigor, |Thank you for your reply. I have to dig in some more Linux knowledge because that's new for me. I am used to Windows development but have no experience with Linux. I will read and follow the example on this forum on how to build the DSM kernel. With that knowledge I do think a Areca driver will be easy. When I am ready I will post it on this forum.
  3. Kernel building

    Is anyone able to add the Areca RAID drivers to the DSM 4.2 kernel? With Areca RAID cards DSM 4.2 would be very fast http://www.areca.com.tw/support/s_linux/linux.htm