kasteleman

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  1. Option 2 did not work for me. Unfortunately don't have a pc to try option 1. Well that is, no pc that is esxi compatable..... Anybody with a working image wanting to share?
  2. And there are a few people that claim they got esxi running on it. Unfortunately no luck on this side. Tried many options, still no go for esxi!
  3. No measurements, but had some drops in throughput so decided to go for the Intel card
  4. I use a Intel gigabit card with a risercard in the mini expres slot. No problems at all. I've disabled the realtek card, but if i enabled it, both cards are seen.
  5. Yes, just followed the instructions on xpenology.nl After first install, a syslog error, but that is gone after the next reboot. Volumes and programms intact! Don't know about wol, because i don't use it. But i have to say that i'm running xpenology within vmware workstation on a linuxbox. Even installed latest update. Scared the hell out of me because my volume was gone, but that was also fixed after a reboot. Keep in mind to use ide disks, because scsi isn't supported (yet)....
  6. Yes, upgraded a few days ago. No Problems. Up and running just fine!
  7. Did you change the default driver that is loaded during boot within nanoboot? At default, wol won't work. It's a driver issue regarding the realtek networkcard. It is mentioned somewhere in this topic.
  8. Read the usual upgradeprocedure for nanoboot in this forum. I used the exact same. First download the upgradefile, but don't install it. Then you have to execute some command with sed in it and then upgrade. As said before: read the upgrade procedure for nanoboot.
  9. Used the same procedure as with nanoboot. Use the sed part etc. Die not test update 5 and above!
  10. As info: I use a HP Nic in the pci-e slot and it rises the powerconsumption with 1 Watt. But a tv-card or other will use more!
  11. 1.5 Tb -> 1.5TB, but mix of iso's with size up to 12Gb and small files (foto's) etc. Disk's are 3 years old and sata 300. I've switched to the intel because of intermitted drops of networkspeed. Did not measure download speed!
  12. From a ubuntu to xpenology with rsync: +/- 40 Mb/s. But that's with only one sata disk. So with multiple diskconfiguration it will be higher if the uploading machine can handle it. Have to mention that i'm using a HP nic with intel gigabit chip and disabled the onboard
  13. Was also on my mind, but XBMC in chroot environment complained about x-server or something like that. Could not figure out how to do it, so aborted that project.