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Synology DSAM 5.x – NFS-Mount issues

DSAM 5.0

I updated yesterday my Synology DS212J to the latest Firmware without giving it too much attention and after around 30min of upgrading and updating I got the bill for it. Believe in a Product but always read the the small-print. All NFS-Mounts stopped working with DSAM 5.x So I went …

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Synology DiskStation Update available (Version 4.3-3810)


Synology released a new update on the 7th November of their DiskStation Manager. The current Version is 4.3-3810 This minor update enhances further the compatibility with OS X 10.9 (Mavericks). See below the Fixed Issue List. Fixed Issues Enhanced the compatibility of SMB 2 with Mac OS X 10.9. Enhanced the compatibility of …

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Synology DiskStation Update available (Version 4.3-3776)


Synology added a new Critical update of their DiskStation Manager. The current Version is 4.3-3776 Update 3. This Update fixes a few security issues, enhances compatibility with iOS7 Calendar, optimise CPU usage when using multiple HTTP connection. See below the full list of fixes…

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Synology NAS (DSM4.3) reset MySQL password


If you enabled the phpMyadmin plugin on your Synology NAS and like me didn’t wrote down the password you might be in for a good old lockout. No worries because Synology makes it pretty easy to reset your MySQL password. Simply follow the below steps.

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Adding NFS mount from your NAS to Ubuntu Server


You bought a Network attached Storage (NAS) and now you want to connect to it from OS-X or your Linux Client via NFS instead of a SMB share. Well its not that difficult so lets dig into it and get you setup. For my tutorial I will be using a …

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Synology DS Network Attached Storage (NAS) enable SSH or Telnet


The Synology Disk Station Manager (DSM) is a linux bases Software Package. That of course means you can SSH or Telnet into the DSM. I am only showing how to enable either protocols and wont get deeper into the how and why you might want that. I used it to …

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Running your iTunes Library from a NAS with iSCSI


I started about a week ago working on a new how to – guide to run iTunes on a NAS but run into a few troubles along the way so I didn’t post it yet. Today I spottet this Post “How to offload your iTunes library to a NAS” on Ars Technica written by Lee …

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