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1.02b-15152 'loader'


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Hi All

 

If you read my thread about the boot loader updating itself you will understand.

 

 

I've assembled a revised 'boot loader' that has been updated to 15152 (6.1.3) and should be able to be used to 'reflash' a damaged USB without the risk of version errors and also a clean build.

This is based on Jun's 1.02b (DS3615 only) with the v3.2 extra.lzma file from @IG-88 and apart from my vid/pid changes is otherwise unchanged.

 

Process Used:-

Created a new image incorporating v3.2 extra.lzma and my vid/pid with OFSMount

Flashed a new USB with that image

Booted system, found as 6.1-15047

Install DSM 6.1-15047 to HDD

Manual update to 6.1.3-15152

Shutdown/remove HDD/reboot to check - came up as 6.1.3-15152 'uninstalled'

Created boot .img file from the updated USB disk

Flashed a  different USB with this image (changed vid/pid) and booted - came up as 6.1.3-15152- uninstalled.

 

Putty Serial output all looked ok with no serious errors

 

I've put a copy of this in a dropbox folder for others to check/test, its a zip file to extract.

Note that I had to choose UEFI boot partition 1 for the USB to boot .

 

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/1l0ibcm90ophsz6/AAAIgnajXZx0f98FVDNFrZLea?dl=0

 

Note that this is purely an exercise to help and is not meant to replace the forum ratified loaders and any use is at your own risk, so please test before use and backup any critical data.

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Motherboard AsRock N68-S bios version p2.10

CPU AMD Sempron 140 Processor 64bit, 2700 Mhz

RAM 2048 Mb

 

HD Fujitsu NHZ2320BH, 320 Gb

 

DSM DS3615xs 6.1 Baremetal with Jun's Mod v1.02b

 

The machine have a IP on LAN but when I install the DSM, connect the HD but "no HD found"

 

Help please.

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https://www.asrock.com/mb/nvidia/n68-s/   -> nForce 630a

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_Nvidia_nForce_chipsets#nForce_600_(GeForce_7000)_Series

-> MCP68

 

https://ata.wiki.kernel.org/index.php/SATA_hardware_features

MCP68 -> AHCI, should work with the default ahci driver

so i gess you might have to check bios to set satat ports to ahci?

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U-NAS 8 Bay NAS failed to load. Halt after loading the kenrel...

 

Mainboard :  N70E-DR V3

CPU : Intel Ivy Bridge Celeron C1037U 1.8GHz CPU

Display : Intel HD Graphic

Chipset : Intel HM77 

LAN : Dual Intel 82574 Integrated LAN Port

SATA :  6个SATA (4xSATA2.0,2xSATA3.0)

PCIe 1pcs PCIe 16X

 

Someone in U-NAS forum say it is problem with LAN drivers.

 

It is working good with DSM 5.2

 

I have tested all DSM 6.xx loader version but all failed.

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https://www.asrock.com/mb/nvidia/n68-s/   -> nForce 630a
 
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_Nvidia_nForce_chipsets#nForce_600_(GeForce_7000)_Series
-> MCP68
 
https://ata.wiki.kernel.org/index.php/SATA_hardware_features
MCP68 -> AHCI, should work with the default ahci driver
so i gess you might have to check bios to set satat ports to ahci?


In My bios not exist ahci option.

Have you another idea?

Tanks


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hi i have a Lenovo H30-05 that currently runs xpenology
DSM 6.0.2-8451 without problems but I would like to get up to the latest new dsm there are some loads that work on my little machine:?::?::roll:

 

 

CPU= AMD E1 7010 / 1.5 GHz

Graphics Processor= AMD Radeon R2

Ram =4gb

 

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6 hours ago, sweetmeinert said:

hi i have a Lenovo H30-05 that currently runs xpenology

DSM 6.0.2-8451 without problems but I would like to get up to the latest new dsm there are some loads that work on my little machine

 

you can open a console (ssh) and use the following to check what drivers are used and we can check here if this drivers are available for dsm 6.1

 

lspci -k | grep 'Kernel driver'

 

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storage is just ahci, no problem with dsm 6.1

the network card is a 100Mbit realtek r8101, that driver is not part of the dsm 6.1 extra driver package (yet, no one  asked for it) as 100 Mbit (or ~11 MByte/s) is kind of pointless now days

if you really intent to do/use it i can set it on the list for drivers to build, the only one asked for it a few weeks ago did use a 1 Gbit/s nic after i was pointing out that 100 Mbit is really slow

also dsm 6.1 does not support amd (original synology kernel is used and it has not amd options in it), in most cases it works, on some HP systems people hat to disable C1E in bios to get it working

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