universini wrote:Guys, this is interesting. I tried all sorts of trick that are mentioned in this forum. Nothing worked. Finally, I found a solution to this problem. Please login on ssh using "root" as a ID and also using your admin password. It takes you to /root but change your path to /volume1. List all the directories and give this command
"rm -rf Plex" Boom!!!!!!!!!!!. You are done.
Important: please do not touch anything under / directory. Just close your window after delete. You may want to restart your DS for it to be disappeared from shared folder.
universini wrote:Hmmm! I just did it yesterday. Did you login as root not as admin?
Check ls -l and see who is the owner of the directory. In my case owner was "user" not "root"
Taurus_G4 wrote:I did that and now everything seems to be dead. SSH timeout, everything else no response either.
The worse part is I don't have physical access to it.
You can remove the Plex share from the syno by using SSH and logging in with the root account.
Look here for info on SSH
Once your (sic) logged on do this
cd / (enter)
cd volume1 (enter)
rm -r Plex (enter)
This can take a long time if you had a large library.
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