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Tibor last won the day on October 11 2018

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  1. Cool, it was probalby my mistake. I've downloaded again, set the permissions properly, executed and voila, it did work as it should
  2. As of the debug info root@FORESTER:/volume1/tibor/Temp# sh -x cpu_info + ver=$'4.0\r' cpu_info: line 13: syntax error near unexpected token `$'in\r'' 'pu_info: line 13: ` case "$Y_N" in I tried to download the binary again, this I could. Don't know why couldn't last time. I don't have luck with you script Executed like this and got that message: root@FORESTER:/volume1/tibor/Temp# ./ch_cpuinfo -ash: ./ch_cpuinfo: Text file busy What text filie might be busy? I'm in the middle of expanding my volume (running for a day now, but it's still at 36%), otherwise it's a new system, it's quite empty, no big packages running, etc. I have not expectations, you're kind already that took the time, made the script and publish it for so many people's delight
  3. As the binary cannot be downloaded, I've made a cpu_info file by pasting your code into it. Copied to a temp folder on my XPEnology NAS. Then set executable attribute, but could only execute via sh command, then I get an error message. root@FORESTER:/volume1/tibor/Temp# sh cpu_info cpu_info: line 13: syntax error near unexpected token `$'in\r'' 'pu_info: line 13: ` case "$Y_N" in What did I wrong? I have DSM 6.2-23739 if that matters (don't think so).