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  1. Ca refonctionne, la bombe ce nanaboot, en plus update direct sans manip pour l'update 1
  2. J'ai perdu aussi les 2 disques sur le SATA interne et externe comme toi...pourtant dans le bios on voit les 6 disques et meme au démarrage. Driver de Nanoboot ?
  3. pour faire plus simple, tu crées une task sur le dsm et tu lui cole la ligne "sed's..." en basta, mise a jour direct...
  4. New bug, When i add my UPS to NL40 it's don't view. No problem with my original synology and same ups. I hope, Hibernate, UPs as soon fix..
  5. Hi All, If you have afraid to write on your Usb key's simple... Let's go to your share folder, and change privilege view .
  6. I don't have receive my Rasberry PI, i stay, maybe this week..
  7. It's automatique. or you put to change the timming
  8. When you put your harddrive in sleep mode it's work ???
  9. I think you don't need online activation...because when you add a licence you modify your database... In standart we are only one licence...maybe this number is modify in database ? what do you think ?
  10. Status Work or no Work with NL40... Work : - Install easy - reboot ok -shutdown ok - Harddrive ok - All parkage Syno ok NO Work: - the integrated NIC is supported. - I can't get hdd hibernation working. It says "Failed to setup WOL" - reduc low consumation IF you are solution welldone. See you
  11. OK, First you conseil to make you bios by " Load Default" Second: for your usb with synoboot_microserver.img i conseil to use HDD RAW COPY TOOL And normaly is good, it's very easy.
  12. Hi, Do think is possible to install DSM VS80 on Raspberry pi ? Thank a lot for your share.
  13. I change title of my question. Sorry for my english.
  14. Just use "syno_hibernate_debug_tool --enable 10" and see "/var/log/messages" to find out, which applications uses uour drives. I just try..and no message it's clean....i try --enable-force and went go to standby mode.. I will try my second NL40...
  15. It seems that the standby mode for hard drives should work, but I have a lot of disk activity and hdd does not sleep. But "hdparm -y" can send drive in standby mode: tux> hdparm -C /dev/sda /dev/sda: drive state is: active/idle tux> hdparm -y /dev/sda /dev/sda: issuing standby command tux> hdparm -C /dev/sda /dev/sda: drive state is: standby I have same problem, my hardrives don't normal to go standby mode...if i try directly by hdparm it's ok, but not normal by DSM...any idea ?