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  1. Hi guys, I'm trying to setup a XPEnology VM under VirtualBox. It boots fine, I have access to the Web Assistant UI, but it fails to install after this. It starts to format the synoboot.vdi, then error, forward your telnet port etc... I have to copy a fresh version of synoboot.vdi each time, otherwise I have an error 22. EDIT : my bad, the virtual hard drive I've created wasn't large enough. With a 32gb VDI, it works.
  2. Interesting. Hadn't seen OpenMediaVault. I might be willing to switch but I have drives of different sizes and SHR is really a brilliant solution over RAID5. Also, I'm enjoying the surveillance station so I'm not sure how I would replace that if I ran OpenMediaVault. Run something like motion? Well, some people are currently developping a SnapRAID plugin that will allow you to use disks of different sizes, and protect only the FOLDERS you want to protect with single or double parity. That's kinda cool. Regarding a surveillance solution, I know there's no plugin for that, but keep in
  3. I personnality switched to OpenMediaVault. XPEnology is a great project, but I can't let a non-updated OS with security issues running on my network.
  4. I follow this thread since a few weeks and I'm really amazed by your works, guys ! You deserve the congratulations of all of us
  5. La dernière version stable c'est la 3211 v1.2 de Trantor ? La MAJ depuis une version 3202 se passe bien ?
  6. Intel DQ45CB NIC : OK SATA : OK The HDD controller is set on "AHCI" and I let DSM handle the RAID volumes. The motherboard also works with ESXi 5.1
  7. I installed open-vm-tools but the script doesn't start on boot and even if I start the script after boot, vSphere client still sees VMware Tools as "Not Installed", is that normal ?
  8. J'y songeais depuis quelques jours déjà, je m'y colle ! Ca ne me semble pas impossible, je ne suis pas encore suffisamment callé en ESXi, mais il devrait normalement être possible d'utiliser une machine virtuelle (ici, Windows) directement depuis le serveur en profitant des I/O claviers, souris, et pourquoi pas d'une carte graphique pour le jeu en PCI Passthough pour des performances quasi-natives.
  9. I had this error until I allowed all traffic from Synology Assistant with my firewall.
  10. Salut sHnouL et bienvenue parmi nous. Un serveur ESXi, ou "ESXi whitebox" chez les anglophones, est un serveur faisant tourner l'hyperviseur VMWare ESXi. Pour simplifier à mort, un hyperviseur est un micro système d'exploitation, installé directement sur le serveur (comme une installation classique pour un Windows, un Ubuntu...), qui va ensuite permettre d'exécuter des machines virtuelles sur ce serveur. L'hyperviseur et les machines virtuelles s'administrent à distance via le logiciel vSphere Client et/ou en SSH. Si tu as du matos compatible ou que tu cherches à monter une machine pou
  11. Bonjour tout le monde ! En ce qui me concerne, j'ai monté un serveur ESXi depuis lequel je fais tourner une machine virtuelle XPEnology. Voici ma configuration : Carte mère : Intel DQ45CB Processeur : Intel Core2Quad Q9400 Mémoire : 4GB Disques durs : 2x WD Red 3TB En suivant à la lettre le guide de Tuatara, j'ai obtenu une machine autorisant des tranferts jusqu'à 90MB/s, soit les mêmes performances que j'avais relevé sur la même configuration en installant OpenMediaVault en natif. J'aime beaucoup cette solution à base de machine virtuelle, qui autorise davantage de souplesse da
  12. I received my extra hardware from eBay last week and my ESXi whitebox + virtual XPEnology are up and running ! I followed to the letter Tuatara's excellent tutorial with HDD configured in PVSCSI, I reach 90MB/s. Motherboard : Intel DQ45DB Processor : Intel Core2Quad Q9400 Memory : 4GB Hard drives : 2x WD Red 3TB Thanks again for your guide. I'm not currently at home, and I'm eager to install bootstrap + open-vm-tools. I guess that VM Tools will allow you to control shutdown/sleep/hibernate directly from the vSphere client ?
  13. I just finished my install of build 3202 on ESXi 5.1 using PVSCSI, like described in Tuarata's guide, everything work flawlessly, including the package center and 3rd party sources.
  14. The GPL sources aren't available yet.
  15. I must admit that I lack some knowledge to build my own kernel... A lot of people are asking "please add support for XXX", and the current kernel building guide is a little bit obscure for novices like me. And in the same time, I would like to be able to add the support of my own devices without depending on other members, and why now, to contribute to the releases. If I understand correctly, you'll have to rebuild the kernel and adding the support of new devices each time Synology release a new DSM build. The GPL sources of DSM 4.2 build 3211 will be available soon, and I would really like to