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Storage / Re: Installing Debian on LS220D - manual method
« Last post by 1000001101000 on September 25, 2020, 04:57:00 pm »
It sounds like you're close.

The boot loader will look for the files as just uImage.buffalo and initrd.buffalo not /boot/uImage.buffalo and /boot/initrd.buffalo. If you remove the boot folder and place the files in the root of the filesystem that should help.

What you described sounds like proper partitioning but the blink codes concerns me somewhat. Usually if it is able to read the boot partition but not the boot files it gives 6 red instead of 7. 7 usually indicates failure to read the boot partition at all. Maybe it's the same code if the files aren't in the right place (not sure if I've tried that).

If you still have trouble let me know and we can look closer.

Storage / Installing Debian on LS220D - manual method
« Last post by mas94 on September 25, 2020, 04:06:48 pm »

I'd like to install 1000001101000's Debian_on_Buffalo on my LS220D.  Rather than write over the Buffalo software, I would like to install it on a spare 500GB drive as a dry run and to give it a try.

The instructions for doing this are quite brief and I suspect I have done something wrong.

What I've done:
Formatted the disk with an MBR, added a single 1024MB partition, formatted it as ext3 (default settings from gparted), created a single directory /boot/ and written into it two files: initrd.buffalo and uImage.buffalo from the locations as per the hyperlinks.

Powered off and removed both original drives from the unit.  Inserted my new drive in bay 1.  Powered on.  Light flashes white for a second or so, then red in groups of 7 flashes.  It does not respond to pings.  It does the same thing if I remove the drive altogether.  (If I replace the original drives, it works fine and boots back into the Buffalo software.)

What I've tried:
  • Put my new drive in bay 2 instead
  • Put my drive in bay 1, and a seond (unpartitioned) drive in bay 2
  • Put my drive in bay 2, and a seond (unpartitioned) drive in bay 1
All with no effect: white flashes, then 7 reds.

Am I on the right lines?  I am unsure whether it's getting as far as attempting to boot from the disk, but if it is, have I put on all the files I need, in the right places?

(I don't have a spare caddy for the spare disk, so it's possible it's not seating properly in the unit, although I think it is.))

Many thanks!
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Storage / Re: Windows unable to complete format of MiniStation HD-PF500U2
« Last post by Mika Hawkins on September 25, 2020, 04:53:23 am »

Warm Greetings & welcome, happy to have you here.

There are a few reasons why the outside HDD won't design issue may happen, this include Malware or infection contamination. Absent or harmed DLL, SYS, or EXE records. Harmed hard drive parcel.

I hope the above information helped you
Please feel free to post if you have any further queries!
Mika Hawkins
Guidelines and more / Re: TeraStation TS-RHTGL/R5 Teranavigator download
« Last post by Marc Paulais on September 24, 2020, 02:04:00 am »
Thanks, but the "firmware" files are only for the update of the existing application and the "utilities" files are for NAS Navigator2 which does not detect our TeraStation. That's why we need the TSNavi.exe file.

Anyway, thanks again.

Guidelines and more / TeraStation TS-RHTGL/R5 Teranavigator download
« Last post by Marc Paulais on September 23, 2020, 09:35:49 am »
we want to setup our old TeraStation TS-RHTGL/R5 with a new PC but no longer have the TeraNavigator-CD.

We only found the TSNavi.exe for the TS-RIGL/R5 on the net, but it apparently does not work for the TS-RHTGL/R5 as the installation can not be completed.

Does anyone know where the TSNavi.exe for the TS-RHTGL/R5 can be found?

Thanks a lot.
Storage / Re: LinkStation admin login webserver issue
« Last post by davo on September 23, 2020, 05:04:08 am »
You're not logged on as the admin user.
Storage / Re: Reinstalling to an out-of warranty NAS with blank drives
« Last post by clippingxpert on September 23, 2020, 01:07:02 am »
Sweet. Blank drives is important, usually so is having enough drives
Storage / Re: Forgot password how to factory reset unit.
« Last post by clippingxpert on September 23, 2020, 01:05:08 am »
Same problem here. any solution?
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