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  1. I only tried to start with the instructions on page 1. This has nothing to do with 6.2.3. That is where the journey should go. Please indicate any combination that should work. I try all of them.
  2. Yes, but it works only for the first boot and installation. These few people all seem to be using virtualized Xpenology to me.
  3. 6.2.3 is still the my project. 2.5GbE USB-Sticks are working well Xpenology and my native ARM DS214+ with the available spk. Now I will have a look to a running system by checking /var/log/dmesg
  4. Hi, I will test it til end of this week.
  5. is there a non-virtualized Xpenology solution for 2.5GbE realtek nic?
  6. Must I take an other J3455 systemboard, or a Loader v1.03b DS3615xs? if so, which file version should it be (rd.gz zImage extra.lzma extra2.lzma) on partition 2 of the boot-stick.
  7. It may be that the scenario is too simple to read out a functional combination here.
  8. - CPU/Systemboard is J1900/Q1900 (works fine with on board nic and 6.2.3 - no additional controllers and starting with partition-cleared SATA HDD - versions of loader is 6.2.2.24922 according to your instructions on page 1 I'm looking for any configuration that runs from scratch/zero with RTL8125 nic.
  9. I'm a little confused with the different configurations. I'm going to install DSM 6.2.3 on a new (HW-transcoding not needed) bare metal with one dual RTL8125 nic. The only combination that worked for me for just one start is: - Jun's 1.04B for 918+ - your Driver extension 13.3 - Jun's original rd.gz / zImage (those from DSM_DS918 + _24922.pat don't work) After the installation I am stuck in a "recoverable state" loop. What things do I have to pack together to get it going? Thanks in advance.
  10. Hello Aigor, I am delighted to see your commitment to solution for tape drives on Synology. I would also like to try out and support your work. Is it possible to provide us with an SPK installation file, root rights are not a problem in my environment.
  11. Hello Aigor, I am delighted to see your commitment to solution for tape drives on Synology. I would also like to try out and support your work. Is it possible to provide us with an SPK installation file, root rights are not a problem in my environment.