Polanskiman

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  1. Je rajouterais que j'ai fait un tuto sur comment configurer un DDNS sur DSM. Le tuto complet est en Anglais mais j'avais aussi fait un version en français originellement. La version anglaise est plus à jour ceci dit.
  2. Lost usb boot stick

    No. Yes. Read this tutorial: This should give you access to the system partition. You will need a live ubuntu/linux/... USB. From there simply look up the file called VERSION under /etc.defaults. It will tell you what exact version you are on. Do not mess with any file. Simple open, look and close.
  3. CPU Upgraded

    What you see in the GUI is simply the cpu that Synology uses in their hardware. It's hardcoded, but DSM is actually using all cores. SSH in your box then run: top then pressing 1. OR running: htop You should see all cores running.
  4. Update to DSM 6.1-something totally broke machine

    Because you tried something that clearly would never work. The boot loader you are using (XPenoboot) does no support DSM 6.x, hence all the errors you are seeing. You need the latest loader (Jun's loader v1.02b) in order to use DSM 6.1. I recommend a thorough read of the FAQs section. That should clear things up.
  5. DSM 6.x.x Loader (with MBR partition Table)

    Editing mistake. Fixed.
  6. Bricked HP MediaSmart EX470

    Perhaps you should read the FAQs before downloading whatever file you see. Everything is clearly mentioned there. There is also a topic with all available loaders that have been produced to this date. As for you problem it seems a hardware problem. This doesn't look to be a problem with the loader. Maybe you can search in google if you find any hardware specific issue with your model. Also try a BIOS update if possible.
  7. 1 - Use Linux 2.6 /3.x /4.x (64 bits), although this is not really the issue. 2 - Use Intel PRO/1000 T Server. Make sure to use the same MAC address in the grub.cfg file. Also try bridging instead of NAT.
  8. Formatez le SSD complètement si possible au format ext3 sinon fat. Assurez vous qu'il n'y est aucune partition. https://www.synology.com/en-global/knowledgebase/DSM/tutorial/General/What_can_I_do_when_I_get_the_error_message_quot_Failed_to_format_disk_quot_when_formatting_data_partition_during_the_setup
  9. General FAQ

    9 - How do I reset DSM remotely without loosing my data? Contrary to a real Synology box, on an XPEnology box, reseting DSM from the Control Panel > Update & Restore > Reset will not only reset settings but ERASE ALL USER DATA. Therefore this method should not be used if you intend to preserve your data. The only way your data would be safe is if you had a real Synology box. Then you would also need to press the reset button located at the back of the box twice within a determined time frame to have your data preserved. More info here: https://www.synology.com/en-us/knowledgebase/DSM/tutorial/General/How_to_reset_your_Synology_NAS However there is a way to reset your XPEnology box without loosing data. DSM includes a tool to do so and it's called synodsdefault. Access your machine via ssh and type de following: sudo /usr/syno/sbin/synodsdefault This will output the following options: Synology DS Default Reset Util. Usage: synodsdefault --reset-config Reset DSM configs. --reinstall Reset to reinstall DSM. --factory-default Reset to brand new DSM. Include remove all data volumes. --help Show this help. Use the --reset-config or the --reinstall options to reset/reinstall DSM. The first one will only reset the settings while the second one will reinstall DSM. The third option --factory-default, you guessed it, will wipe clean you installation and all your data will also be erased so avoid that one if your point is to preserve your data.
  10. réparation dsm 6

    Ne surtout pas utiliser l'option réinitialiser sur une XPenology. Vos données seront formaté. Utilisez plutôt la commande ci-dessous. sudo /usr/syno/sbin/synodsdefault --reset-config ou sudo /usr/syno/sbin/synodsdefault --reinstall Options: Synology DS Default Reset Util. Usage: synodsdefault --reset-config Reset DSM configs. --reinstall Reset to reinstall DSM. --factory-default Reset to brand new DSM. Include remove all data volumes. --help Show this help. Vous serez confronté au même problème ceci dit car la clef usb contient deja le nouveau kernel. Il faut donc refaire la clef USB. L'autre option c'est de modifier manuellement le fichier VERSION sous /etc.defaults pour le mettre sous 6.1.6 (il faudra refaire la clef aussi) puis relancer. DSM demandera de faire une installation. Quoi que vous choisissiez n'oubliez pas de faire une sauvegarde de la configuration d'abord ainsi qu'un backup des données au cas ou.
  11. Le SSD a t-il été formaté au préalable?
  12. Don't you have a local network or a switch/routeur where you could connect both your laptop and the box? That way you would be able to use your N54's NIC to install DSM.
  13. This is intended. His issue seems to be with network detection. @jeimuzu What is your NIC?
  14. Comme indiqué dans le fil de discussion que j'ai posté auparavant: Lisez la légende du pourquoi c'est en rouge.
  15. how to reset without loosing data?

    @jbesclapez Please read below. That is incorrect and a dangerous advice to give specially on an XPEnology box. Reseting from the DSM's Control Panel > Update & Restore > Reset will not only reset settings but ERASE ALL USER DATA. Be careful with the advice you provide. I have edited your post accordingly so that people don't go down that path. The only way your data would be safe is if you had a real Synology box. Then you would also need to press the reset button located at the back of the box twice within a determined time frame to have your data preserved. More info here: https://www.synology.com/en-us/knowledgebase/DSM/tutorial/General/How_to_reset_your_Synology_NAS The rest of your post is nonetheless good and I will make a FAQ about it as it could be useful to some people.