Scheppi

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  1. Dunno, but on my N54L i didnt had a chance to see the menu with 1 second delay
  2. Some Info for N54L users (AMD based) I burned the newest 1.01 Image on my USB Stick, adjusted PID, VID, SNR and MAC but still ran into "Booting the Kernel" without finding the NAS in my network. After i adjusted the timeout to '5' i had the chance to see the grub menu, where i could choose the AMD entry, which did the trick Thanks for the hard work
  3. i wanna check this out, maybe u can hint me with this step, where do i change this? nvr mind: got it, its in the ".sh" thanks for your work!
  4. thanks for the info, did the same and it seems to work fine for me now, too thanks for your help
  5. For the people who don't know exactly how to do this.... The contents of the file should look something like this: #!/bin/sh echo conservative > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/scaling_governor echo conservative > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu1/cpufreq/scaling_governor echo conservative > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu2/cpufreq/scaling_governor echo conservative > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu3/cpufreq/scaling_governor It can be simply made with a text editor. Above is how I did it and it works, finally I don't have to do it by hand anymore every time the server is rebooted. What about the "insmod" command? shouldnt it be in the script too? or is there a better place to put that into? (Sorry to ask, iam a linux newbie)
  6. from what i read before: http://nanoboot.tk/ (google translator helped:) 6, increasing the ACPI-related drivers Kernel CONFIG_ACPI_PROC_EVENT enabled Kernel CONFIG_ACPI_AC enabled Kernel CONFIG_ACPI_BATTERY enabled ok, then maybe one day he builds a fully working update
  7. sorry, iam no expert in this, i just tried out the Manual and i got it working, maybe theres some leftover from gnoboot? (all i did was to change my usb drive from gnoboot to nanoboot, then choose migration and then went the steps of the manual) anything i can do to help you?
  8. Sorry, but iam definatly on DSM 5.0-4493-Update 1 and it works for me. I used to be on latest gnoboot with 4458, got it working there too. Then upgraded to Nanoboot and to 4493, then manually Update to Update 1 i edit Line 371 in my /etc/rc to: KERNEL_MODULES="..here comes stuff.. cpufreq_conservative button" after reboot, i tested with : "cat /proc/acpi/event" which gave me some event and then did the rest like in the manual i later checked and saw a button.ko: DiskStation50> ll /lib/modules/button.ko -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 12764 Jun 9 12:17 /lib/modules/button.ko i didnt copy it there. (maybe its leftover from gnoboot?)
  9. Whats the advantage or difference of the grub version of Nanoboot?
  10. I just upgraded from Gnooboot to Nanoboot and i got that "Power Button Down" working on my N54L like descriped here: viewtopic.php?f=2&t=889&hilit=button#p7305 btw, i have a button.ko in my modules folder: find / -name button.ko /lib/modules/button.ko
  11. Thanks, u are right, it works (last time i tried it didnt work properly) now just some last question: whats the better shutdown command? syno_poweroff_feasible_check or syno_poweroff_task -r poweroff
  12. Any hint how to make this (post from darkstar) work in gnoboot 10.5?