ericinva wrote:I'm really getting frustrated with devices on my network unable to find the media server after upgrading to 4.0-2198. I've mucked about with firewall rules, rebooted, reindexed and everything else I can think of but to no avail.
sneaky_ho » Sat Mar 17, 2012 12:51 pm
I am having the same problem here using 4.0 - 2198. Cannot find the media server. Have tried various settings but I think the root problem is with the firmware. For those who are thinking of upgrading to 4.0, pls hold back until Synology have a proper fix for this. meanwhile, people like us are busted. Synology, pls provide a quick fix on this.
Step-1) Use the Synology Assistant to find out the IP of the NAS.
Step-2) Login to the DSM - go to control panel\terminal and enable SSH service.
Step-3) Download Putty (if on Windows) or use Terminal (if on OSX) and run it, enter in the IP address, say yes when it asks about key.
Step-4) Login as root & use your admin password when prompted (you need a password set if you have none).
Step-5) copy and paste in the following commands then press enter (right click to paste in putty).
chown admin: /var/services/homes/admin
echo 0.0>`/usr/syno/bin/servicetool --get-service-path pgsql`/PG_VERSION
Step-6) Close Putty and power off your NAS (hold down its power button it will beep signaling the power sequence or turn off via DSM GUI).
Step-7) Power on your NAS again.
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