DSM 6.0 tool chains released


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Anyone know if there will be a 32bit option?

 

There is an old version of DSM 4.something that was still 32bit (x86)

use google search this forum for 32bit DSM

 

but be warned that version had a lot less hardware support than 5.x, since back then most of the DEVs working on it were still testing around.

as far as I know 32bit XPEnology is no longer developed by our enthusiast behind this excellent project.

 

they all focused on 64bit 5.x and hopefully 6.0 :grin:

 

--- Update ---

There still a x86 5.0 version here, but is only for 2 drives.

http://xpenology.pety.me/

 

v5.0.2.4 x86: NanoBoot-x86-5.0.2.4-fat.img <--- you need this

v5.0-4493 x86: DSM_DS214play_4493.pat <--- the .pat file you can download directly from Synology servers.

 

latest version is actually DSM_DS214play_4528.pat

and 2 more updates 4622 and 4627

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Anyone know if there will be a 32bit option?

 

Do you mean the ability to execute 32 bit binaries on x64 or a x86 variant of the bootloader?

 

Thanks all for the replies. I want to run it on a machine with no X64 capability. So I guess x86 bootloader. I guess ti wont be coming in 32 bit judging by the comments.

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Anyone know if there will be a 32bit option?

 

Do you mean the ability to execute 32 bit binaries on x64 or a x86 variant of the bootloader?

 

Thanks all for the replies. I want to run it on a machine with no X64 capability. So I guess x86 bootloader. I guess ti wont be coming in 32 bit judging by the comments.

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