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  1. If you want to modify your grub.cfg of your written boot stick or want to access the partitions (adding extra.lzma from @IG-88) you can use a free portable tool. Notes: - the grub.cfg is located in the folder "grub" on the first partition (15MB) - the extra.lzma is on the second partition (30MB) 1.) Download MiniTool Partition Wizard Free Edition (portable): https://www.partitionwizard.com/download/v12-portable/pw12-free-64bit.zip 2.) Unzip it and launch the "partitionwizard.exe" with administrative rights. 3.) Plug i
  2. Da die Frage nach dem (nachträglichen) Ändern eines bestehenden Bootsticks häufiger aufkommt, anbei eine kleine Anleitung zum Einbinden der Partitionen Eures Bootsticks (enthält u.a. die grub.cfg sowie die extra.lzma). Die grub.cfg befindet sich auf der 1. Partition (15MB), die extra.lzma auf der 2. Partition (30MB). 1.) MiniTool Partition Wizard Free Edition (portable) herunterladen: https://www.partitionwizard.com/download/v12-portable/pw12-free-64bit.zip 2.) Zip entpacken und aus dem Verzeichnis die "partitionwizard.exe" starten („Als Adminis
  3. Bonjour à tous, Un peu nouveau sur Xpenology - je ne m'y était pas encore mis sauf depuis ce confinement pour améliorer les performances de mon système. Je possède déjà plusieurs Synology, mais tous un peu "poussif" : j'ai donc installé Xpenology sur un serveur avec VirtualBox et je souhaitais pouvoir monter dans ce Syno virtualisé, mes dossiers de mes autres NAS et que cela soit vu depuis AudiStation, VideoStation, etc... J'arrive bien a monter depuis FileStation des dossiers distant en NFS... Mais ils ne sont pas vu par AudioStation, idem dans VideoStation.
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    DS1515 +

    i had Synology DS1515+ and it died, what DSM should i use to keep my data and copy it to another SAN. DS1515+ 5 bays, 5*8Tb i've tried Ubunt* solution but i didn't work, it couldn't mount raid. please advice,
  5. hey, quick and dirty. connect via terminal over ssh ... became "root" permissions sudo -i list disks fdisk -l in this example, my source drive Disk /dev/sdr: 931.5 GiB, ... Device Boot Start End Sectors Size Id Type /dev/sdr1 2048 4982527 4980480 2.4G fd Linux raid autodetect /dev/sdr2 4982528 9176831 4194304 2G fd Linux raid autodetect /dev/sdr3 9437184 1953320351 1943883168 926.9G fd Linux raid autodetect look for an free md-slot and change "/dev/
  6. Buenas, ¿Alguien ha tenido problemas a crear un docker con el tag :shared? Estoy intentando crear el docker con los siguientes comandos; docker create \ --name nombrecontainer \ --restart=always \ --privileged \ --device=/dev/fuse \ -v /volume1/mnt/:/mnt/mountpoint:shared \ -v /volume1/dockersconfig/:/root/ \ nombre/deldocker Y se genera correctamente, pero no hay manera de que funcione. Al ejecutar el container creado me sale el mensaje... - Error response from daemon: linux mounts: Path /volume1/mnt is mounted on /volume1