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    Access data on a vdisk that won't boot

    TL;DR: "How do I mount/open a vdisk for a VM that doesn't boot?" I want to access files directly from inside the vdisk without it running the VM that was on it. I don't care if I have to access it from Synology NAS CLI or if I have to copy the vdisk image to my local machine to do so. More...
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    DSM 6.2.4025554 borked my inotify fix at boot.

    It seems to have borked my run at startup task (it was working prior to this update as far as I was aware): #!/bin/sh # Update inotify.max_user_watches echo fs.inotify.max_user_watches=524288 | tee -a /etc/sysctl.conf && sysctl -p Checked this morning and it was still 8192. :( Then I tried (to...
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    sync content of a directory which is shared by ubuntu and W10 (dual boot)

    Hello, I am used to use Synology Drive from windows, ubuntu and macOS. But I enter a special case today for which I did not really find any helpful hints on the web. I installed a double boot ubuntu/W10 on a computer. I want my remote data to be synced on that computer in a single directory (do...
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    Question DS412+ not booting: serial console shows EFI Internal Shell missing boot devices, but EFI partition on internal storage seems intact

    Hey everyone I am having issues booting my DS412+ that appeared after I had shut it down for just a while to reposition the unit. The unit does start, the fans work fine, but I am not getting any startup sound, only the blue LED blinking forever. The disks do not even spin up anymore and the...
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    PXE Boot network via synology NAS

    Hello Friends :) I am new here and i bought a months ago a DS418. I have other 2 bay NAS I am trying to use PXE boot network via synology NAS. I am new also in PXE boot and yesterday i tested PXE boot with windows 10 and windows 7 , i used PXE serva but i only get sucess with win 7 (apperar a...
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    Tutorial PXE boot via Synology NAS

    This tutorial will cover detail instructions on how to configure and setup your NAS to be a PXE boot server for your LAN. Keep in mind that this is a tutorial that I wrote back 5y now, but it still applies. We will see how to setup Syno as your PXE server as well as different methods of booting...
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