GhostlyCrowd

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  1. Has anyone got bromolo 7.0.1 ata_piix.ko (ich7 sata) (CONFIG_ATA_PIIX) ips.ko (ibm server raid) (CONFIG_SCSI_IPS) and skge.ko (marvel youkon network adapter) (CONFIG_SKGE) compiled, apparently my skills are not t hat great i cannot get the modules to load so there must be something wrong with the way im doing it.
  2. You wouldnt be willing to use you ninja module skills to get my update bricked netgear nas back up? ICHR7 chipset (NM10) intel and Marvell based nic. its a repurposed old Netgear ReadyNAS Ultra 2 RNDU2000 i had running on juns and updated it to 6.2.4 like a noob. If i could get 7.0.1 booting on it and migrate it that would be great. Also this rd.gz sucessfully booted my IBM X3650 but alas there is no M5110e sas drivers so it doesnt detect the disks, but all 6 nic ports do work (intel) so thanks for that
  3. I don't want to come across as ungrateful for your work. Banging it out on GNU GCC probably would have been fine, you hit it like intelligent people who know more then me. However mix in modern environments... and you're seeing the issues we have Although seriously a docker might be the end game for click button for end users. Hell I like Dockers I'm lazy, I just wanted to point out less work for you.
  4. I think I should add that I have been building on WSL(2) On the Ubuntu 20.10. And it is working, so we can confirm WSL compatibility.
  5. Just tested using their tool chain (apollolake-gcc493_glibc220_linaro_x86_64-GPL.txz) rather than Debian 8 with GNU GCC 4.9 and it does indeed work, built on Ubuntu 20.10 So this is probably the path of least resistance for this project is to use the proper tool chain as well. START /linuxrc.syno [ 2.343812] redpill: module verification failed: signature and/or required key missing - tainting kernel [ 2.345495] <redpill/redpill_main.c:23> ================================================================================================ [ 2.347283] <redpill/redpill_m
  6. Just as a test, i installed GCC 4.9.3 on Ubuntu 20.10. and i still get START /linuxrc.syno [ 2.503357] redpill: module verification failed: signature and/or required key missing - tainting kernel [ 2.504634] module: redpill: Unknown rela relocation: 4 insmod: can't insert '/usr/lib/modules/rp.ko': invalid module format So back to Weezy I go
  7. @ThorGroup I only seem to have ttys0 output and ttys1 which i paste binned previously for you. Here is ttys0's output. [ 0.000000] Initializing cgroup subsys cpuset [ 0.000000] Initializing cgroup subsys cpu [ 0.000000] Initializing cgroup subsys cpuacct [ 0.000000] Linux version 3.10.105 (root@build1) (gcc version 4.9.3 20150311 (prerelease) (crosstool-NG 1.20.0) ) #25556 SMP Thu Mar 18 12:51:03 CST 2021 [ 0.000000] Command line: BOOT_IMAGE=/zImage HddHotplug=0 withefi console=ttyS0,115200n8 netif_num=1 syno_hdd_detect=0 syno_port_thaw=1 vender_format_version=2 earl
  8. That's in line with my findings then, my GCC10 Kernel 4.4 module is 1,855,488 bytes Its probably some sort of compile flags enabled by default on newer GCC that GCC 4.8 didnt have I guess
  9. I just installed Wheezy to test your method with GCC4 and the Module is Almost half the size (800kb area) of when I used GCC10 (1.36MB area) And redpill is working for me on DS3615xs, I coudlnt get the 918+ to compile. GCC 10 thros START /linuxrc.syno redpill: module verification failed: signature and/or required key missing - tainting kernel module: redpill: Unknown rela relocation: 4 insmod: can't insert '/usr/lib/modules/rp.ko': invalid module format That still doesn't solve the issue of no network at all in Virtual box, but Im getting further. Here is the ful
  10. Yikes, I have the same error we really have to go back that far in build//gcc. Why I wonder.