General Disclaimer on Modifying the Synology Server
Posted in this section are methods and ways that the Synology Server can be modified for your own personal application, solution and reference; please treat this knowledge with the utmost care and respect. Improper manipulation or modification of the Synology server can lead to disabling or bricking the Synology Product.
The knowledge contained within this section is primarily aimed for those users who wish to integrate 3rd party applications/solutions with their Synology Product, and for those users who are familiar with Linux and using Telnet.
Synology does not support these modifications (from henceforth called mods); nor guarantee that these mods will be compatible with the Synology Server; that these mods will not harm or damage the data integrity of the Synology product; and that these mods will not damage or interfere with the stability or operation of the Synology Server.
Using mods will waive the owners right to online technical support, any form of damage resulting from modifying the server will be at the owners responsibility and risk.
For community support with mods, please look here
Synology reminds all users to backup their data for everyday use or for modifying the server.
Note: at the time that this was disclaimer was written, if you brick your system while modifying it, it may be possible to restore system functionality by performing a clean install of the Synology product.