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November 07, 2008, at 11:42 AM by pem --
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DS101-Linux is software which extends the functionality of the Synology DS-101, DS101J? and DS-101g+ NAS. DS101-Linux is under heavy development. Most of the discussion is currently in the IRC channel and the mailing list. Want to help out? There's a few items on the DS101ToDo list, and there's heaps of packages to be tested. Or you could join the list of donators! DS-101(j/g+)-related wiki pages:

    * Status
    * Synology Hardware List
    * Connect to the SerialConsole (Includes a bootlog)
    * DS101 Hardware
    * DS101J? Hardware
    * DS101G+ Hardware
    * DS106? Series Hardware
    * CS406 Series Hardware
    * Kernel26Bootlog
    * BenchMarks
    * How to EnableTelnet
    * Extract the Firmware
    * View the Firmware flash partitions
    * Use the extra InternalUSBPort
    * See the ProjectHistory 

Preliminary HowTos?:

    * Howto run Angstrom on the DS101
    * Compile a 2.6-kernel for the DS101(soon ds101j)
    * DS-101 flashing / firmware/software upgrade for debianslug:: step by step :: begineers
    * Re-initialize the internal hard drive
    * Prepare the DS-101(j/g+) for Optware ipkg installation
    * Building additional kernel modules for the DS-101g+
    * Make root homedir persistent
    * Chroot into Debian on DS-101g+ without any stock modification
    * Recover data from the internal harddisk
    * Downgrade firmware (DS-101j)
    * Build Optware packages on Ubuntu Breezy
    * MorePTYS
    * Sharing multiple folders from USB/eSATA disk
    * Hosting multiple websites from 1 DiskStation?
    * Running a Java based JSP- and Servlet engine on PowerPC? based DiskStation? (DS-101g+, DS-106)
    * Setting up popular applications on DiskStations?
    * How to install alternative firmware on the DS-101g+ 

Troubleshooting

    * SegmentationFaultInIpkg (obsolete)
    * Segmentaionfault when installing ipkg 

Planned firmware directions:

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DS101-Linux is software which extends the functionality of the Synology DS-101, DS101J and DS-101g+ NAS.
DS101-Linux is under heavy development. Most of the discussion is currently in the IRC channel and the mailing list. Want to help out? There's a few items on the DS101ToDo list, and there's heaps of packages to be tested. Or you could join the list of donators!

DS-101(j/g+)-related wiki pages:

Preliminary HowTos:

Troubleshooting

Planned firmware directions:

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   1. A "Optware" type firmware, which retains the original firmware functionality, and adds extra functionality. This is targeted at end-users that would like the DS-101(g+) to be a bit more useful, but don't want to lose the great functionality in the original firmware. The main components of this is done on the DS101 and DS101G+. The DS101J? is work-in-progress
   2. Debian On Nas And Routers And Stuff -> http://www.debonaras.org. Lots of packages and Debian stability. 

This includes running a recent 2.6-kernel.

to:
  1. A "Optware" type firmware, which retains the original firmware functionality, and adds extra functionality. This is targeted at end-users that would like the DS-101(g+) to be a bit more useful, but don't want to lose the great functionality in the original firmware. The main components of this is done on the DS101 and DS101G+. The DS101J is work-in-progress
  2. Debian On Nas And Routers And Stuff -> http://www.debonaras.org. Lots of packages and Debian stability.

This includes running a recent 2.6-kernel.

November 07, 2008, at 11:41 AM by pem -- Earlier content reinstated
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DS101-Linux is software which extends the functionality of the Synology DS-101, DS101J? and DS-101g+ NAS. DS101-Linux is under heavy development. Most of the discussion is currently in the IRC channel and the mailing list. Want to help out? There's a few items on the DS101ToDo list, and there's heaps of packages to be tested. Or you could join the list of donators! DS-101(j/g+)-related wiki pages:

    * Status
    * Synology Hardware List
    * Connect to the SerialConsole (Includes a bootlog)
    * DS101 Hardware
    * DS101J? Hardware
    * DS101G+ Hardware
    * DS106? Series Hardware
    * CS406 Series Hardware
    * Kernel26Bootlog
    * BenchMarks
    * How to EnableTelnet
    * Extract the Firmware
    * View the Firmware flash partitions
    * Use the extra InternalUSBPort
    * See the ProjectHistory 

Preliminary HowTos?:

    * Howto run Angstrom on the DS101
    * Compile a 2.6-kernel for the DS101(soon ds101j)
    * DS-101 flashing / firmware/software upgrade for debianslug:: step by step :: begineers
    * Re-initialize the internal hard drive
    * Prepare the DS-101(j/g+) for Optware ipkg installation
    * Building additional kernel modules for the DS-101g+
    * Make root homedir persistent
    * Chroot into Debian on DS-101g+ without any stock modification
    * Recover data from the internal harddisk
    * Downgrade firmware (DS-101j)
    * Build Optware packages on Ubuntu Breezy
    * MorePTYS
    * Sharing multiple folders from USB/eSATA disk
    * Hosting multiple websites from 1 DiskStation?
    * Running a Java based JSP- and Servlet engine on PowerPC? based DiskStation? (DS-101g+, DS-106)
    * Setting up popular applications on DiskStations?
    * How to install alternative firmware on the DS-101g+ 

Troubleshooting

    * SegmentationFaultInIpkg (obsolete)
    * Segmentaionfault when installing ipkg 

Planned firmware directions:

There are two custom versions of the firmware planned:

   1. A "Optware" type firmware, which retains the original firmware functionality, and adds extra functionality. This is targeted at end-users that would like the DS-101(g+) to be a bit more useful, but don't want to lose the great functionality in the original firmware. The main components of this is done on the DS101 and DS101G+. The DS101J? is work-in-progress
   2. Debian On Nas And Routers And Stuff -> http://www.debonaras.org. Lots of packages and Debian stability. 

This includes running a recent 2.6-kernel.

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DS101-Linux is software which extends the functionality of the Synology DS-101, DS101J and DS-101g+ NAS.
DS101-Linux is under heavy development. Most of the discussion is currently in the IRC channel and the mailing list. Want to help out? There's a few items on the DS101ToDo list, and there's heaps of packages to be tested. Or you could join the list of donators!

DS-101(j/g+)-related wiki pages:

Preliminary HowTos:

Troubleshooting

Planned firmware directions:

There are two custom versions of the firmware planned:

  1. A "Optware" type firmware, which retains the original firmware functionality, and adds extra functionality. This is targeted at end-users that would like the DS-101(g+) to be a bit more useful, but don't want to lose the great functionality in the original firmware. The main components of this is done on the DS101 and DS101G+. The DS101J is work-in-progress
  2. Debian On Nas And Routers And Stuff -> http://www.debonaras.org. Lots of packages and Debian stability.

This includes running a recent 2.6-kernel.

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http://www.xomreviews.com/xboxoffer.com

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  1. A "Optware" type firmware, which retains the original firmware functionality, and adds extra functionality. This is targeted at end-users that would like the DS-101(g+) to be a bit more useful, but don't want to lose the great functionality in the original firmware. The main components of this is done on the DS101 and DS101G+. The DS101J? is work-in-progress
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  1. A "Optware" type firmware, which retains the original firmware functionality, and adds extra functionality. This is targeted at end-users that would like the DS-101(g+) to be a bit more useful, but don't want to lose the great functionality in the original firmware. The main components of this is done on the DS101 and DS101G+. The DS101J is work-in-progress
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  1. A "Optware" type firmware, which retains the original firmware functionality, and adds extra functionality. This is targeted at end-users that would like the DS-101(g+) to be a bit more useful, but don't want to lose the great functionality in the original firmware. The main components of this is more or less done.
  2. Debian On Nas And Routers And Stuff -> http://www.debonaras.org. Lots of packages and Debian stability.
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  1. A "Optware" type firmware, which retains the original firmware functionality, and adds extra functionality. This is targeted at end-users that would like the DS-101(g+) to be a bit more useful, but don't want to lose the great functionality in the original firmware. The main components of this is done on the DS101 and DS101G+. The DS101J? is work-in-progress
  2. Debian On Nas And Routers And Stuff -> http://www.debonaras.org. Lots of packages and Debian stability.

This includes running a recent 2.6-kernel.

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DS101-Linux is software which extends the functionality of the Synology DS-101 and DS-101g+ NAS.

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DS101-Linux is software which extends the functionality of the Synology DS-101, DS101J and DS-101g+ NAS.

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DS-101(g+)-related wiki pages:

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DS-101(j/g+)-related wiki pages:

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DS101-Linux is under heavy development. Most of the discussion is currently in the IRC channel and the mailing list. Want to help out? There's a few items on the DS101ToDo list, and there's heaps of packages to be tested. Or you could join the list of donators!

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DS101-Linux is under heavy development. Most of the discussion is currently in the IRC channel and the mailing list. Want to help out? There's a few items on the DS101ToDo list, and there's heaps of packages to be tested. Or you could join the list of donators!

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DS101-Linux is under heavy development. Most of the discussion is currently in the IRC channel and the mailing list. Want to help out? There's a few items on the DS101ToDo list, and there's heaps of packages to be tested.

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DS101-Linux is under heavy development. Most of the discussion is currently in the IRC channel and the mailing list. Want to help out? There's a few items on the DS101ToDo list, and there's heaps of packages to be tested. Or you could join the list of donators!

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  • Chroot into Debian on DS-101g+ without any stock modification
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There are three custom versions of the firmware planned.

  1. A "Optware" type firmware, which retains the original firmware functionality, and adds extra functionality. This is targetted at end-users that would like the DS-101(g+) to be a bit more useful, but don't want to lose the great functionality in the original firmware. The main components of this is more or less done.
  2. Debian On Nas And Routers And Stuff -> http://www.debonaras.org. Lots of packages, debian stability.
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There are two custom versions of the firmware planned:

  1. A "Optware" type firmware, which retains the original firmware functionality, and adds extra functionality. This is targeted at end-users that would like the DS-101(g+) to be a bit more useful, but don't want to lose the great functionality in the original firmware. The main components of this is more or less done.
  2. Debian On Nas And Routers And Stuff -> http://www.debonaras.org. Lots of packages and Debian stability.
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  1. A "OpenSlug" type firmware, a minimalistic firmware well suited for customisation. This is more geared towards developers and "hackers" which like full control of their firmware, and don't mind losing the web interface.
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DS101-Linux is software which extends the functionality of the Synology DS-101(g+) NAS.

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DS101-Linux is software which extends the functionality of the Synology DS-101 and DS-101g+ NAS.

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DS101-Linux is under heavy development. Most of the discussion is currently in the IRC channel and the mailing list.

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DS101-Linux is under heavy development. Most of the discussion is currently in the IRC channel and the mailing list. Want to help out? There's a few items on the DS101ToDo list, and there's heaps of packages to be tested.

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There are two custom versions of the firmware planned.

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There are three custom versions of the firmware planned.

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  1. A "Optware" type firmware, which retains the original firmware functionality, and adds extra functionality. This is targetted at end-users that would like the DS-101(g+) to be a bit more useful, but don't want to lose the great functionality in the original firmware.
  2. Debian On Nas And Routers And Stuff -> http://www.debonaras.org?
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  1. A "Optware" type firmware, which retains the original firmware functionality, and adds extra functionality. This is targetted at end-users that would like the DS-101(g+) to be a bit more useful, but don't want to lose the great functionality in the original firmware. The main components of this is more or less done.
  2. Debian On Nas And Routers And Stuff -> http://www.debonaras.org. Lots of packages, debian stability.
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  1. Debian On Nas And Routers And Stuff -> http://www.debonaras.org?
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DS101-Linux is software which extends the functionality of the Synology DS-101 and DS-101(g+) NAS.

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DS101-Linux is software which extends the functionality of the Synology DS-101(g+) NAS.

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DS101-Linux is software which extends the functionality of the Synology DS-101 and DS-101g+ NAS.

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DS101-Linux is software which extends the functionality of the Synology DS-101 and DS-101(g+) NAS.

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DS-101-related wiki pages:

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DS-101(g+)-related wiki pages:

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  1. A "Unslung" type firmware, which retains the original firmware functionality, and adds extra functionality. This is targetted at end-users that would like the DS-101 to be a bit more useful, but don't want to lose the great functionality in the original firmware.
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  1. A "Optware" type firmware, which retains the original firmware functionality, and adds extra functionality. This is targetted at end-users that would like the DS-101(g+) to be a bit more useful, but don't want to lose the great functionality in the original firmware.
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  • Prepare for Ipkg installs? (Outdated. Bootstrap coming Real Soon Now)
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DS101-Linux is software which extends the functionality of the Synology DS-101 NAS.
(Currently, we only have a DS-101. We hope to eventually start hacking the DS-101g+ as well)

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DS101-Linux is software which extends the functionality of the Synology DS-101 and DS-101g+ NAS.

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DS101-Linux is software which extends the functionality of the Synology DS-101 NAS.
(Currently, we only have a DS-101. We hope to eventually start hacking the DS-101g+ as well)
DS101-Linux is under heavy development. Most of the discussion is currently in the #ds101-linux channel on irc.freenode.org.
Logs from this channel are available from LogLibrary.

External links and resources:

  • Yahoo group/mailinglist - http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ds101-linux/
  • IRC Channel - #ds101-linux @ irc.freenode.org
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DS101-Linux is software which extends the functionality of the Synology DS-101 NAS.
(Currently, we only have a DS-101. We hope to eventually start hacking the DS-101g+ as well)

DS101-Linux is under heavy development. Most of the discussion is currently in the IRC channel and the mailing list.

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DS101-related wiki pages:

Connect to the SerialConsole (Includes a bootlog)
Specs & Images: Hardware?
How to EnableTelnet
Extract the Firmware
View the Firmware flash partitions

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DS-101-related wiki pages:

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Run dropbear on the ds101
Re-initialize internal harddrive

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  • Run dropbear on the DS-101
  • Re-initialize the internal hard drive
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  1. A "unslung" type firmware, which retains the original firmware functionality, and adds extra functionality. This is targetted at end-users that would like the ds101 to be a bit more useful, but don't want to lose the great functionality in the original firmware.
  2. A "OpenSlug" type firmware, a minimalistic firmware well suited for customisation. This is more geared towards developers and "hackers" which like full control of their firmware, and don't mind losing the webinterface.
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  1. A "Unslung" type firmware, which retains the original firmware functionality, and adds extra functionality. This is targetted at end-users that would like the DS-101 to be a bit more useful, but don't want to lose the great functionality in the original firmware.
  2. A "OpenSlug" type firmware, a minimalistic firmware well suited for customisation. This is more geared towards developers and "hackers" which like full control of their firmware, and don't mind losing the web interface.
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Run dropbear on the ds101
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Connect to the SerialConsole \\

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Connect to the SerialConsole (Includes a bootlog)\\

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Extract the Firmware

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Extract the Firmware
View the Firmware flash partitions

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Preliminary HowTos:

Run dropbear on the ds101

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Extract the Firmware

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Extract the Firmware

Planned firmware directions:

There are two custom versions of the firmware planned.

  1. A "unslung" type firmware, which retains the original firmware functionality, and adds extra functionality. This is targetted at end-users that would like the ds101 to be a bit more useful, but don't want to lose the great functionality in the original firmware.
  2. A "OpenSlug" type firmware, a minimalistic firmware well suited for customisation. This is more geared towards developers and "hackers" which like full control of their firmware, and don't mind losing the webinterface.
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How to EnableTelnet

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How to EnableTelnet
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  • Yahoo group/mailinglist - http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ds101-linux/
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DS101-Linux is under heavy development. Most of the discussion is currently in the #ds101-linux channel on irc.freenode.org.\\

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DS101-Linux is under heavy development. Most of the discussion is currently in the #ds101-linux channel on irc.freenode.org.\\

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DS101-Linux is software which extends the functionality of the Synology DS-101 NAS.

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DS101-Linux is software which extends the functionality of the Synology DS-101 NAS.
(Currently, we only have a DS-101. We hope to eventually start hacking the DS-101g+ as well)

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How to EnableTelnet \\

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How to EnableTelnet

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Specs & Images: Hardware?
How to EnableTelnet \\

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Connect to the SerialConsole

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Connect to the SerialConsole \\

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Specs & Images: Hardware?

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Connect to the SerialConsole

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Synology DS-101

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DS101-Linux is software which extends the functionality of the Synology DS-101 NAS.

DS101-Linux is under heavy development. Most of the discussion is currently in the #ds101-linux channel on irc.freenode.org.
Logs from this channel are available from LogLibrary.

External links and resources:

  • Yahoo group - http://groups.yahoo.com/group/synology/
  • IRC Channel - #ds101-linux @ irc.freenode.org
  • Hardware Forumz - http://www.hardwareforumz.com/General+Discussion-hacking-Synology-DS-101-ftopict53254.html

DS101-related wiki pages:

none yet

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Synology DS-101

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