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    DSM 6.2-23739 Update 2

    Yes, it was ESXi 6.7 but after some days, it stopped working...
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    DSM 6.2-23739 Update 2

    - Outcome of the update: SUCCESSFUL - DSM version prior update: DSM 6.2-23739 - Loader version and model: JUN'S LOADER v1.03b - DS3617xs - Using custom extra.lzma: NO - Installation type: ESXi 6.7 (1 vDisk, thick provisioned on a WD30EFRX) see disk setup below - Additional comments: No issues for the past 6hrs
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    Progress of 6.2 loader

    A thousand thumbs up! More to come after the loader is released
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    Asrock Q1900-ITX/Q1900DC-ITX

    Take Jun's latest loader (v1.02a2), write it to an USB flash and try again but with the 6.1 DS3617xs latest .pat file My suggestion is to restore all configurations to factory settings (and keep the data). This worked for me
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    Thanks to all XPEnology Devs/Coders

    Hahahhahahhahahahahhaahhahha Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Open-vm-tools v9.4.6 for XPEnology

    Thanks man! Installed it on my 6.1@ESX6.5
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    open-vm-tools for DSM6?

    Just upgraded my ESXi6.5-based XPEnology to 6.1 and I'm looking for the Open-VM Tools for Broadwell arch as the Bromollow one is not compatible.
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    DSM 6.1.x Loader

    Because lots of guys want Plex transcoding for multiple clients in the same time
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    Can we change the forum rules?

    fingers crossed
  10. Do you have the Open-VM-tools installed? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    DSM 6 Boot Image for Hyper-V

    I did. Not working. Probably missing nw drivers Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    DSM 6.1.x Loader

    Indeed. As we speak! Not sure all the source code is included though looking at the size of the source. We shall wait they finish the uploads. Apparently they're done. As far as I see, all the sources we need are available. Synology also made a Docker/KVM package/image available, so I was thinking, maybe it would be possible to use a baseline Linux distro with Docker/KVM, and run it inside that? That way most of the hackery to get around their security wouldn't be needed. That would rock, but I guess they locked it to run only on DSM. Need some Elder Geek to check if it's doable
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    DSM 6 Boot Image for Hyper-V

    That's great medric! I could test, if needed
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    Asrock Q1900-ITX/Q1900DC-ITX

    Oh cool, so do they just upload their footage to the cloud or do they have internal storage you can access too? Yeah, currently all recordings are in their (free) cloud. They announced the feature to add local USB storage to the sync module a year ago but didn't really know if they added it. I never needed it and never tried it, but seems that it's still not implemented ( ... ge-option-) Still, if you think twice, it has a good logic to not care if somebody breaks in and steals your whole system to cover their tracks. The recordings are safe Anyhow, I have about 5-6 friends and colleagues owning Blinks and they're extremely satisfied with what it does and how it does it!
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    Asrock Q1900-ITX/Q1900DC-ITX

    See Synology's original website Just be aware that the J1900 is not a powerful processor and it might not handle all the camera streams you want. Thanks, yeah I'm not looking for anything too extreme, just wanna keep an eye on my apartment when not home, maybe a secondary one to watch package deliveries at most, I'll look over the list, if anyone has a first hand recommendation feel free to convey I got rid of Syno cams and replaced them with a Blink for Home system ( They're just awesome for the average Joe in need for a basic but smart camera security system. They're so cool that I put them anywhere without pulling wires and the battery lasts for 1 year at least. I basically got them almost 1 year ago and they don't seem to be 1/4 depleted. Just that they don't record all the time, but when they see movement, and only in 60 sec movies, followed by a min 5sec wait time, but as I said, enough for the average Joe. Check them on Amazon too: ... Arelevance