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  1. Hello~! I am xpenology user. And I am an IT engineer who creates shell scripts as hobbies. Please understand that it is written by a google translate site. because i’m korean who is not fluent in English. I created built Redpill Multi boot loader. Multiple DSMs can be used as one loader Requirement ============================================================= 1, Redpill-Multiloader_7.1-42661.img file Download Please understand that Google Drive is used because of its large capacity. There is a link below. 2. It is the same as using the existing Redpill Tinycore or a separately made loader. 3. ESXi Enviroment (Bootloader SATA1 (1:0), DataDisk SATA0 (0:0)) or Baremetal Enviroment (It can be used by making a USB with rufus or dd, etc.) How to RUN Redpill Multiloader ============================================================= 1. Redpill-Multiloader_7.1-42661.zip decompression 2. Modify /boot/grub/grub.cfg by mounting the first partition on OSFmount or TC #==================================================================================== ## User config - Your values Change #==================================================================================== set sn=1234SQRDD5678 set netif_num=1 set mac1=001122334455 set SataPortMap=9 set DiskIdxMap=0 set SasIdxMap=0 The USB or Boot oder part is an additional setting and does not necessarily need to be modified. 3. Convert Redpill-Multiloader_7.1-42661.img to Redpill-Multiloader_7.1-42661.vmdk, Redpill-Multiloader_7.1-42661-flat.vmdk 4. Register as boot disk in ESXi VM (default SATA1 (1:0)) 5. Enter GRUB and use the desired DSM version How to ADD Ext Driver (for Baremetal & ESXi, How to make USB Stick include) ============================================================= Additional notes ============================================================= 1. It is built by default for EXSi and can be modified after additional builds if necessary. (I'll update the method further.) 2. Due to variable processing for sn, mac, etc., it is temporarily modified in GRUB state and cannot be used. 3. The video has been processed only with the popular DS918+, DS920+, DS1621+, DS3622xs+, and DVA3221, and DS3615xs and DS3617xs are also available. 4. USB is handled as a submenu, and pressing ESC will return to the upper menu. 5. In the future, we plan to make Multiloader production possible directly on TC through tr_cb.sh. https://xpenology.com/forum/topic/60469-tinycore-redpill-create-boot-image-usb-tr_cb-v099-r01/ ## Update v2.0.0-r02- 2022.04.29 - Modification of efi classification conditional statement and redistribution of images - How to add Ext Driver Video production Attachement ============================================================= Download : (Google drive link - 400MB) - Please understand that Google Drive is used because of its large capacity https://drive.google.com/file/d/1t1cOPMmlSg3c65mXJBeI_44yor_sp9Xl/view?usp=sharing Finally comment ============================================================= I'm an ESXi user, so the Native test is lacking.(Check only basic bootability) Please note that there may be errors. If you tell me the test results and points for improvement, I'll reflect them. Have Nice Day!! Thank you~!!!
  2. Hello~! This is a topic I have been writing for a long time since I wrote the ch_cpuinfo topic. I am xpenology user. And I am an IT engineer who creates shell scripts as hobbies. Please understand that it is written by a google translate site. because i’m korean who is not fluent in English. I created a tool to help image or USB creation After Tinycore + Redpill build. Requirement ============================================================= Tinycore, Build completion status Howto Run ============================================================= 1. Download attached file on your PC (tr_cb.tar) or See the source page on github -> http://github.com/FOXBI/tr_cb 2. Start up your Tinycore and upload it. (using sftp....) Alternatively, you can paste the source directly from the shell. or wget, gitclone ... 3. Connect to ssh by tc account. 4. Progress as tc user. 5. Build (rploader or tr_st, ....) 6. Check Directory location # pwd /home/tc 7. Decompress file & check file: # tar xvf tr_cb.tar # ls -lrt # chmod 755 tr_cb.sh 8. Run to Source file # ./tr_cb.sh When you execute it, proceed according to the description that is output. Additional notes ============================================================= 1. You can proceed only when the build has been completed. 2. In the case of USB, it will not proceed unless the USB is plugged in. 3. Please note that all data will be deleted in the case of USB. 4. In case of USB, it may take some time depending on the capacity. 5. In case of USB, VID and PID are automatically put in grub.cfg. 6. In the case of USB, the default is hd0, which is the default boot order. 7. Image is created in /home/tc/ in the form of model name_version.img and is quickly created in 150MB. 8. Image is changed to hd0 -> hd1 according to the boot order based on the environment being built. Changelog ============================================================= Update v0.9.9-r02 - 2022.04.27 - A typo was identified and corrected in the USB creation function Attachement ============================================================= Download : tr_cb.tar Finally comment ============================================================= I'm an ESXi user, so the Native test is lacking.(Check only basic bootability) Please note that there may be errors. If you tell me the test results and points for improvement, I'll reflect them. Have Nice Day!! Thank you~!!!
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