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The Best Way To Fix Sinology’s Ashes Found Out Of Unison

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If you haven’t found a sinology, this guide may help you.

 

 

This is a business. I wrote this a very long time ago and have never had the chance to post this online. Enjoy!

Install SSH first:

  1. Access Synology Web Interface
  2. Open the control panel.
  3. Click Terminal
  4. Activate “Activate SSH Service”
  5. Click Apply.

Configure home directory for users:

  1. Access Synology Web Interface
  2. Open the control panel.
  3. Click User
  4. Click the user’s Home button above.
  5. Activate “Activate User Receive Service”
  6. Select the volume where the home directories are to be stored.
  7. Click OK.

Login via SSH and make sure it works:

  1. ssh as Synology Box administrator. Use the same password that you use as administrator in the web interface. If you leave this field blank, it still won’t work even if your password is blank. You don’t need to have a blank password! This is to prevent your device from being hacked as it does not have a password.
  2. If you getwhether the diskstation> prompt, it works.

Log in via SSH and verify that non-administrator and non-root connections are working:

  1. Log in as a regular user. If you are allowed to SSH back as root, change the desired user’s shell from / sbin / nologin to / bin / ash to / etc / passwd.
  2. Try to log in again as this user.

Boot file for ipkg:

  1. http://forum.synology.com/wiki/index.php/Overview_on_modifying_the_Synology_Server,_bootstrap,_ipkg_etc
  2. Log in as root
  3. If you have DSM 4 or newer:
  4. Edit /root/.profile and comment out the lines where the PATH variable is defined and exported.
  5. Sign out
  6. Log in again as root.
  7. IPKG launch. You should see the options appear and an error message stating that ipkg was not found.

synology ash unison not found

Compile and install Unison – http://www.multigesture.net/articles/how-to-compile-unison-for-a-synology-ds212/This error is expected:

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  if [-f `qui etags`]; then n    etags * .mli * / *. mli * .ml * / *. ml * / *. m * .c * / *. c * .txt n          ;; Fi/ bin / sh: etags: not foundmake [1]: [tags] error 127 (ignored)  

Good luck, post your success stories and challenges in the comments and I’ll help if I can.

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  if [-f `qui etags`]; then n    etags * .mli * / *. mli * .ml * / *. ml * / *. m * .c * / *. c * .txt n          ;; Fi/ bin / sh: etags: not foundmake [1]: [tags] error 127 (ignored)  

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Solutions

If you encounter the problem described above, you may have one of the following problems:

  1. Enter the full path: ssh remotehost / full / path / unison

  2. Expand path: ssh remotehost 'PATH = "$ PATH: / full / path"; in unison "

  3. Specify path in ssh if PermitUserEnvironment is enabled in sshd configuration. Add PATH to: ~ / .ssh / environment

  4. Run the command in the NAS login shell: ssh remotehost 'ash -l -c "unison"'