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gnoBoot 4458-Update 1


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I finally got to try out gnoBoot 4458 and it upgraded flawlessly from 4418. When the update was finished, however, I was prompted that there was a new update available. This "Update 1" from Synology will download but will not install. I've tried three times and the message states, "Update failed. The file is probably corrupt." Is there a step I need to complete before I am able to run this update?

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i tried to download the update

the @smallupd@te_deb folder contain the following file

apache-2.2.x-bromolow-bin_2.2.26-4458-s1_all.deb

dsm-AdminCenter-bromolow-bin_5.0-4458-s1_all.deb

dsm-bromolow-bin_5.0-4458-s1_all.deb

flashupdate_5.0-4458-s1_all.deb

libsynobackup-bromolow-bin_5.0-4458-s1_all.deb

libsynocgi-bromolow-bin_5.0-4458-s1_all.deb

libsynosdk-bromolow-bin_5.0-4458-s1_all.deb

libsynoshare-bromolow-bin_5.0-4458-s1_all.deb

libsynowireless-bromolow-bin_5.0-4458-s1_all.deb

lnxessential-bromolow-bin_5.0-4458-s1_all.deb

lnxscemd-2.0-bromolow-bin_5.0-4458-s1_all.deb

lnxsdk-bromolow-bin_5.0-4458-s1_all.deb

php-5.5.x-bromolow-bin_5.5.9-4458-s1_all.deb

smallupdate_5.0-4458-s1_all.deb

synocredential-bromolow-bin_5.0-4458-s1_all.deb

webapi-Upgrade-bromolow-bin_5.0-4458-s1_all.deb

 

and during update, the following message found in messages log

Mar 26 16:00:09 NAS updater: updater.c:4890 Start of the updater...

Mar 26 16:00:09 NAS updater: updater.c:4994 This is X86 platform

Mar 26 16:00:09 NAS updater: boot/boot_lock.c(225): failed to mount boot device /dev/synoboot2 /tmp/bootmnt (errno:6)

Mar 26 16:00:09 NAS updater: updater.c:4833 Failed to mount boot partition

Mar 26 16:00:09 NAS updater: updater.c:5490 Failed to accomplish the update! (errno = 2)

Mar 26 16:00:09 NAS entry.cgi_SYNO.Core.Upgrade[1].start[30465]: smallupdate.cpp:1017 failed to exec updater -r

Mar 26 16:00:09 NAS entry.cgi_SYNO.Core.Upgrade[1].start[30465]: smallupdate.cpp:1206 failed to update flash

Mar 26 16:00:09 NAS entry.cgi_SYNO.Core.Upgrade[1].start[30465]: Upgrade.cpp:202 Fail to apply small update

Mar 26 16:00:09 NAS cupsd[31198]: [conf.c:1893] Filter "pstoraster" not found.

Mar 26 16:00:10 NAS synorelayd[31252]: synorelayd.cpp:1221 stoped

Mar 26 16:00:10 NAS isccore: synocomm_types.c:268 szName eth0 192.168.1.100 is Active

Mar 26 16:00:10 NAS isccore: synocomm_types.c:268 szName eth0 192.168.1.100 is Active

Mar 26 16:00:11 NAS iss: synocomm_types.c:268 szName eth0 192.168.1.100 is Active

Mar 26 16:00:11 NAS iss: synocomm_types.c:268 szName eth0 192.168.1.100 is Active

Mar 26 16:00:15 NAS avahi-daemon[30909]: Failed to add service 'NAS' of type '_http._tcp', ignoring service group (/usr/syno/avahi/services/http.service): Invalid record

Mar 26 16:00:16 NAS avahi-daemon[31653]: Failed to add service 'NAS' of type '_http._tcp', ignoring service group (/usr/syno/avahi/services/http.service): Invalid record

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The update works for me.

 

In the DSM GUI, click the download button to pull down the update from Synology (do not run it yet)

 

Do a shell connection to your server as root and issue the following commands

 

sed 's/flashupdateDeb/flashupdateDeb1/' /autoupd@te.info > /autoupd@te.info1
mv /autoupd@te.info1 /autoupd@te.info

 

Go back to the DSM Gui and click the Update button.

 

Setch

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I just found a new way to install small updates. On synology's FTP server you can find the small updates packaged as a .pat file, in a critical update folder. download it, then do a manual update. It will get to a prompt that applies the update, that's when you do the sed script modifications

 

sed 's/flashupdateDeb/flashupdateDeb1/' /autoupd@te.info > /autoupd@te.info1
mv /autoupd@te.info1 /autoupd@te.info

 

then click yes, and it will update :wink:

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Nevermind! I found it!

DL link: http://ukdl.synology.com/download/criti ... 3612xs.pat

 

 

Proof of working: (I5-2500K)-(26-03-2014)-(22-12-13).png

 

and use what Diverge said!

On synology's FTP server you can find the small updates packaged as a .pat file, in a critical update folder. download it [LINK ABOVE], then do a manual update. It will get to a prompt that applies the update, that's when you do the sed script modifications

 

sed 's/flashupdateDeb/flashupdateDeb1/' /autoupd@te.info > /autoupd@te.info1
mv /autoupd@te.info1 /autoupd@te.info

 

then click yes, and it will update :wink:

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Just a heads up for anyone updated to update_1 on a system open to the internet; there's was a post on official synology forum about possible security bug in this update... I don't know how true it is, but here's the link to the guys complaint: http://forum.synology.com/enu/viewtopic ... 15#p313327

 

Maybe he did something wrong... I dunno. I use passwords, and I already had SSH enabled on my test VM :smile:

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The update works for me.

 

In the DSM GUI, click the download button to pull down the update from Synology (do not run it yet)

 

Do a shell connection to your server as root and issue the following commands

 

sed 's/flashupdateDeb/flashupdateDeb1/' /autoupd@te.info > /autoupd@te.info1
mv /autoupd@te.info1 /autoupd@te.info

 

Go back to the DSM Gui and click the Update button.

 

Setch

 

It works for me. Thank you!

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Are any of you having problems getting MariaDB running with this version? Every time I try to run it I get the error "failed to start mariadb with customized my.cnf, restart with default configuration".

 

I have tried several "solutions" I found on the web and none of them seemed to work. Anyone have any hints?

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