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  1. Hi, I'm trying to add virtio support in DSM_DS3615xs_15152.pat virtio_console.ko is required to run qemu-ga in PROXMOX's Xpenology virtual machine. However to build virtio_console.ko , HVC driver must be built in kernel: Symbol: HVC_DRIVER [=y] │ Type : boolean │ Defined at drivers/tty/hvc/Kconfig:3 │ Depends on: TTY [=y] │ Selected by: VIRTIO_CONSOLE [=m] && VIRTIO [=m] && TTY [=y] || ... According to this how2 i was trying to replace kernel zImage. 1 - untar .pat 2 - replace zImage with compiled bzImage 3 - calculate new checksum.syno ./synochecksum-emu1 VERSION zImage updater GRUB_VER rd.gz grub_cksum.syno H2OFFT-Lx64 bios.ROM isfl_drv_x64.ko isfl_drv_x64_3_2_40.ko lfdd_drv.ko lfdd_drv_3_2_40.ko platform.ini stage2 SynoBootLoader.efi hda1.tgz indexdb.txz synohdpack_img.txz packages/USBCopy-x86_64-2.0.3-0037.spk packages/SynologyUniversalSearch-x86_64-1.0.4-0118.spk packages/FileStation-x86_64-1.1.1-0099.spk texts/chs/strings texts/cht/strings texts/csy/strings texts/dan/strings texts/enu/strings texts/fre/strings texts/ger/strings texts/hun/strings texts/ita/strings texts/jpn/strings texts/krn/strings texts/nld/strings texts/nor/strings texts/plk/strings texts/ptb/strings texts/ptg/strings texts/rus/strings texts/spn/strings texts/sve/strings texts/trk/strings >checksum.syno 4 - tar to DSM_DS3615xs_15152.pat But installation this .pat failed. PS. Sorry for my English...
  2. Kernel building

    I uses windows 10 bash and download the source and tool chains and used old guides and drivers compiling as reference and compiled my own kernel with better cpu support for my 12 core cpu (E5-2695 v2 sandy bride) and then i took the bzimage and renamed it to zimage and use osfmount to copy over the org zimage but it did not boot (it booted normally with the org zimage file) I could use some pointers on how or what to do next. (please don't mention how powerful that cpu is and what i would use it for)