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  1. Infray

    DSM 6.2 Loader

    Unfortunately, I've been having the same results with 1.04 (with extra.lzma) and 1.03 (with extra.lzma). I'm just hoping a new loader will be released in the future for DS3615xs containing the 6.2.1 drivers. According to this post the drivers I need are natively supported from then on.
  2. Infray

    DSM 6.2 Loader

    it's maybe a stretch to say I'm using a similar board (Supermicro AS2Di-4C-HLN4F: Intel SOC C3000, X553) but I had to disable VT-d Interrupt remapping in the BIOS to get DS3615 loader 1.02b running (with the extra.lzma for X553). No luck yet with any of the newer loaders though.
  3. I tried it, but unfortunately it doesn't work. Not getting the serial to work isn't helping either. I'll try to fix the SOL and that might hopefully point out what's going wrong.. Thanks for the test version though.
  4. I checked and it seems that starting version 5.0.4 support was added for the X553. Any idea when you will create an extra.lzma for 1.03 loader? I'm gonna try to compile the latest version of ixgbe myself this weekend, but I'm not sure I'll succeed.
  5. Hi I've actually tried the new 1.03b loader before, however the changes I made to grub.cfg to use the Serial over Lan don't seem to work for this loader. Since no ip is seemingly assigned by DHCP I don't have much to go on. It might be the same problem as 916+ ... or it might be that the included network driver(ixgbe) is a variant that doesn't support my nics(intel X553) N.B. the changes I make to get SOL working: change the serial port address from "0x3F8" to "0x2F8" and in the common_args "ttyS0,115200n8" to "ttyS1,115200n8" and remove "quiet"
  6. Hi Guys I'm currently trying to get the DS916+(1.02b) loader running on my hardware. I've gotten the DS3615xs(1.02b) loader working after disabling an option called "VT-d Interrupt remapping" in the BIOS. However, when I try to run the DS916+ (or DS3617xs, it's the same result) it just seems to freeze. I've configured SOL to get some logging and found out that the DS916+ loader just stops dead after following lines: [ 1.466921] Trying to unpack rootfs image as initramfs... [ 4.118213] Freeing initrd memory: 11132k freed I've looked a
  7. I tried disabling all unnecessary devices, but the result stays the same. If I keep the "noapictimer acpi=off noapic" options I get the same output as before. If I only use the "acpi=off" I get the output in output_noapci.txt. And without any added options I get the output in output_reg.txt The last one seems to be the best option, but I can't figure out why it freezes at "xor: measuring software checksum speed". output_noapci.txt output_reg.txt
  8. I removed the "quiet" kernel option from grub and added following: "noapictimer acpi=off noapic" This gives me attached output: output.txt
  9. I got it to work. It logs following: [ 0.017344] LAPIC pending interrupts after 512 ECI [ 0.032780] ..MP-BIOS bug: 8254 timer not connected to IC-APIC [ 0.362052] smpboot: APIC never delivered??? [ 0.366314] smpboot: APIC never delivery error (ef) [ 0.683915] smpboot: APIC never delivered??? [ 0.688177] smpboot: APIC never delivery error (ef) [ 1.005760] smpboot: APIC never delivered??? [ 1.010025] smpboot: APIC never delivery error (ef) I'm not sure what to do about it unfortunately...
  10. SOL shows me exactly the same as my monitor does. No extra logging to be seen unfortunately.
  11. lspci shows ixgbe on the ubuntu live cd, which is included in the list. Still trying to figure out how to get the Serial over Lan to work. I'll keep you posted.
  12. Hi I'm trying to get a new installation working. I followed the guide and made changes to grub.cfg and switched out the extra.lzma for the custom version. I can boot jun's loader v1.02b (all 3 of them), however Synology assistant doesn't seem to find the setup. I've checked my router and no ip address seems to be assigned to the mac of the NIC. The nics should be supported with the extra.lzma (intel X553) I'm using following setup: motherboard: supermicro a2sdi-4c-hln4f processor: onboard (Intel® Atom™ Processor C3558) Memory :