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  1. I solved the problem by a clean install. Just modify /etc.defaults/VERSION for downgrade, and after picking the install/upgrade option at menu. Select connect or double click NAS in assistant, web GUI will be brought up. Select install there, and the second option will be a clean install with all files kept. The sad point is even with configuration backup, all packages installed will need to be resintalled. Users can be restored, some permissions might need to be double checked. Optware need to be reinstalled. But at least I get the issue resolved.
  2. Have you upgraded to 5565-2, with no issues? My N40L was fine with upgrading to 5565, but everytime I upgraded to 5565, I have to run dhclient everytime it booted, otherwise WEBGUI and other functions won't work. Hello lolvince, thanks for the reply. Are you saying you tested the TP-LINK model TG-3468 and it worked or are you assuming because it is on the compatibility list it will work? I guess i would be happy to grab a new network card and use that but i was kinda hoping there was some way to get the onboard one working with some trick or hopefully getting the drivers included back into the official build. The Drivers are not the Problem. Just a Clean Install solve the Problem! I got the same Problem before, but yesterday a made a new clean install (with keeping data, but not apps) and everything works like a charm!
  3. Have you upgraded to 5565-2, with no issues? My N40L was fine with upgrading to 5565, but everytime I upgraded to 5565, I have to run dhclient everytime it booted, otherwise WEBGUI and other functions won't work. Hello lolvince, thanks for the reply. Are you saying you tested the TP-LINK model TG-3468 and it worked or are you assuming because it is on the compatibility list it will work? I guess i would be happy to grab a new network card and use that but i was kinda hoping there was some way to get the onboard one working with some trick or hopefully getting the drivers included back into the official build. The Drivers are not the Problem. Just a Clean Install solve the Problem! I got the same Problem before, but yesterday a made a new clean install (with keeping data, but not apps) and everything works like a charm!
  4. Thanks gnoboot for your 10.5 update. I have updated to 10.5, but unlucky, I have a SATA HD connected on the original DVDROM sata connector, and that disk couldn't be found after the upgrade, I tried both vanilla and modified version, all failed, then I switched back to 10.4 and the disk was back. I am using N40L.
  5. me 2, I used alpha7 to install the 4458, and then turned to 10.2, I also got these orphaned inodes messages
  6. Trying to upgrade to 4458 with gnoboot9 but failed. Error message is about "there is a temporary directory access error". Checked the autoupd@te.info file and it has the correct updated pat file. Not sure if it's related to the vendor file change or not.
  7. Yeah, WOL worked just fine in previous version, with the cracked solution. I also have changed the wol options in both /etc/synoinfo.conf and /etc.defaults/synoinfo.conf, and I can confirm the checkbox for WOL is enabled in DSM. But WOL is still not working. I am using the S99ZZZ_Shutdown.sh script solution now. And WOL is working fine, this can be a temp workaround for now.
  8. Thanks, gnuboot. I am using HP N40L. According to the wiki page: http://n40l.wikia.com/wiki/Base_Hardware_N40L, it should be "Onboard NC107i PCI Express Gigabit 10/100/1000". Here is the link to lspci result, it is pretty big so I put it on dropbox: https://www.dropbox.com/s/p5iugc2kguflmg5/lspci.txt For your reference, my NIC MAC address is: a0-b3-cc-ff-fe-df-04-0f. I can see WOL option in Hardware and Power tab, but I cannot save the changes after I enabled the WOL option on NIC. After saving, the checkbox will always get uncheck. I also changed the eth0_wol_options and wol_enabled_options to 'g' in "/etc.defaults/synoinfo.conf", but WOL still cannot work.
  9. Anyone can confirm if the WOL function can work on not on XP gnoboot version? I tried on my N40L but failed to get WOL work.
  10. Thanks a lot to nighthawk... I have updated to DSM4.2 on my N40L successfully. Somehow, I have modified the vendor file with my N40L MAC address. But the strange part is, for every reboot, the MAC address of the box changed. Strange.