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  1. Hmm, thats strange, but good for him. I'm still trying to figure out what i can do to backport the driver, but since i'm busy with school I currently don't have so much time to look into it.
  2. I edited my post because i'm not 100% sure if this is the root problem of the /dev/dri not showing up. I created a new topic with the question if it is possible to backport a newer driver to 4.4 kernel.
  3. I've installed xpenology on a baremetal pc with the following specs: - Gigabyte B360M-D3H Motherboard - Intel Pentium G5400T Processor The integrated graphics from this processor is the Intel UHD 610. The vendor id is 8086 and the product id is 3e90, and according to this database it is supported since kernel 4.13. lkddb pci 8086 3e90 .... .... 03.... : CONFIG_DRM_I915 : drivers/gpu/drm/i915/i915_pci.c # in 4.13–4.20, 5.0, 5.1-rc+HEAD Since the newest bootloader uses 4.4 i'm wondering if it's possible to backport the driver from 4.13 to 4.4.
  4. I haven't yet tried transcoding HEVC on my nas so i don't know why that's not working. What i also don't have is the /dev/dri folder, but i think that's because my igpu (UHD 610) is to new.
  5. So, i don't know if this is the good place to post this, but for some weird reason, i cant post anything on this forum via Google Chrome. In this image you can see that i only have an option for attachments, and nothing else. Am i the only one with this problem?
  6. I had the same issue, no activation.conf after installing video station. I tried installing photo station and uploaded a video to it. When it started converting the activation.conf appeared. If convertion failes, you should be able to see why it failed in the log.
  7. So in short, 8th gen cpu's are capable of hw transcoding, but 9th gen not yet. I haven't heard anyone say that hw transcoding is working on their 9th gen coffee lake
  8. Just curious, but did you ever get the onboard network card of your motherboard to work on 6.2.1?
  9. I'm wondering about the same thing. If that would be possible, it could fix alot of driver issues some people have.
  10. That's a pity ! For the record, when booting from ubuntu live cd (linux 4.18.x) the /dev/dri is present
  11. I already updated my bios to the latest version, and i'm currently on my second installation with a new usb stick. Still no /dev/dri though
  12. @Olegin I couldn't find the c1 state option in my bios, but i could find C1E, so i disabled that one, but it still doesn't work
  13. Loader version and type (918+): 1.04b DS918+ DSM version in use (including critical update): DSM 6.2-23739 Using custom modules/ramdisk? If yes which one?: Yes, driver extension 0.5 for 1.03a2 Hardware details: Motherboard: Gigabyte B360M-D3H; CPU: Intel Pentium G5400T; NIC: Intel i219-V The Intel i219-V is only working with the additional driver extension, which i can't seem to get working on 6.2.1. I read somewhere that 6.2.1 breaks non official pcie devices, so i guess that will be the problem. Correct me if i'm wrong, but the only thing i don't get is that the i219-v uses e1000e, and i've seen people reporting that e1000e works on 6.2.1.
  14. Hello everyone! I have a Gigabyte b360m-d3h with an Intel Pentium G5400T cpu. At first i couldn't get the ethernet port working (Intel i219-v), but with the extra.lzma provided at (https://xpenology.com/forum/topic/12859-driver-extension-jun-103a2dsm62x-for-ds918/) it worked using 1.04b and dsm 6.2 for DS918+. I couldn't not get 6.2.1 to work, and i read that it had something to do with non official pci devices that are not supported with that version. I have a genuine s/n + mac, and software transcoding with video station and photo station is working. At first, software transcoding didn't work, even after installing video station i still got the following message: cat: /usr/syno/etc/codec/activation.conf: No such file or directory. I had to install photo station, and try to convert a video, and after that it worked and gave the following: cat /usr/syno/etc/codec/activation.conf {"success":true,"activated_codec":["h264_dec","h264_enc","mpeg4part2_dec","hevc_dec","aac_dec","aac_enc"],"token":"123451234123"} However, I can't get hardware transcoding to work. I dont have a /dev/dri folder, and both Plex and Video station are transcoding via software. I guess I'll have to wait until the coffe lake 9th gen cpu's are supported?