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  1. If you can't access your Xpenology box but you still wish to try and 'fix' some configuration files or perhaps you wish to finally make that backup that you should have done before fiddling with the root user, then you can access the content of the system partition and data partitions through a Live Ubuntu CD (or whatever unix flavoured OS you so desire). Here is how to: 1 - Make a Live Ubuntu USB drive. Ideally it is more convenient to make a persistent Live Ubuntu USB drive but that's not required for this tutorial and it would just complicate things unnecessarily. 2
  2. Bonjour à tous, Depuis plusieurs mois (même quelques années maintenant), j'ai un problème récurrent sur mon NAS : je perds régulièrement un HDD. Je suis en Raid 5, mais je ne me rappelle plus si c'est du Raid 5 classique ou celui de Synology qui est plus souple mais propriétaire. Je tourne sous DSM 6.1.7-15284 avec le loader de Jun (v1.02 il me semble), mais j'ai ce problème depuis longtemps et je l'avais déjà avec d'autres versions de DSM et du loader. Mon NAS est indentifié comme étant un DS3615xs. Le problème est donc le suivant : j'ai 4 HDD et régul
  3. So I accidentally ran chmod 775 /usr/lib/* Yup, a fool. So now I get this error whenever I try to do anything that uses sudo : sudo: /usr/lib/ must be only be writable by owner One of the solution is logging in by root and changing the permission, but I can't do that because I don't know how. What I've tried : sudo -i (Uses Sudo) su - and enter my password ('Operation Not Permitted') booting into linux and trying to mount the DSM drives - couldn't mount it I have the ADMIN account disabled due to security reasons.