haze

5.2->6.2 Jun Loader 1.03b = No Network Connection

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ASRock Q1900-ITX

DS3617xs

DSM 6.2-23739

 

I upgraded from 5.2 to 6.2 using Jun's loader 1.03b. I logged in and all looked good until .... I noticed an alert on Control Panel.  It checked for an update, but said "Connection failed. Please check your Internet connection." I Googled the error and it said to check network settings under Control Panel. It shows that I have no network connection. Yet ... I am able to connect from my MacBook Pro. I was even able to update/install packages. I had to manually run File Station after update, but now I see my files. 

 

However, I have to click on run File Station all of the time for it to actually run. Same with other packages like Plex, Transmission, etc. They don't just run automatically and if I logout and log back in they are no longer running. I can't get download station to run. It says "Failed to run the package service."

Also, I can't turn on AFP/SMB to actually access them on the network and the DSM thinks there is no network connection.

 

Long story short I upgraded, I can login, System Health says good, I can install packages, etc. But ... I can't actually access my files, use some services like download station, and services won't stay running after I update/download/run the package.


 

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12 hours ago, pacemaker said:

Hi haze,

 

just delete the .xpenoboot folder located in the root folder. Reboot. Enjoy.

thx... worked for me

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6 hours ago, haze said:

@pacemaker 

 

Thanks. Pardon my ignorance ... But ... how exactly do I do that? 

 

Hi haze,

 

try these steps:

  1. Activate the SSH service in DSM
  2. Connect to your Synology with an SSH client (e.g. putty)
  3. Enter your credentials (user: admin)
  4. Change folder to root (cd /)
  5. Delete the folder (sudo rm -r .xpenoboot)

If the SSH service keeps stopping, you have to be quick.

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Awesome dude. You are a genius. That worked great. I had been down for over two weeks with no solution.

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