Removal instructions for a manual CrashPlan install:http://pcloadletter.co.uk/2012/01/30/cr ... mment-2396
If you want to "un-bootstrap" your NAS to put it back to a stock install, run the bootstrap script you got from here a second time and it will give you instructions on how to do that:http://forum.synology.com/wiki/index.ph ... ,_ipkg_etc
To remove the Java which the CrashPlan installer automatically fetches someone else will need to help, because I have no idea what it does to your system (I have an ARM syno, not an Intel one so I can't test).
I would recommend you delete the folder which is shown when you run
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Then edit the file /etc/profile
and remove the bit where it sets the JAVA_HOME variable, and the bit where it puts $JAVA_HOME/bin into the PATH variable.
Bear in mind that the Java install you currently have does not support non-US characters, whereas if you install my packaged one it will. Even if you're in an English-speaking country, you're likely to have at least some MP3 files with accented characters, so it is certainly something worthwhile.
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For my packages (Java, Serviio, CrashPlan, CrashPlan PRO, CrashPlan PROe, Minecraft, Craftbukkit, OpenRemote, and Bliss), add my repo URL to Package Center: http://packages.pcloadletter.co.uk