Tagged: synology


Run Sonarr via Docker on Synology DSM 6.0

With Synology DSM 6.0 and upwards Docker is natively supported and this allows you to easily configure services without having to download or manually install services. The first step is to get Docker installed via the Synology Package Center: Once...


Run NZBGet via Docker on Synology DSM 6.0

NZBGet is a great application to automate downloads. Synology has introduced with DSM 6.0 full Docker support which now makes it even easier to install and run any 3rd party application. The first step is to get Docker installed via the...


Review – Xtreamer Ultra 2 Deluxe Edition

I bought the Xtreamer Ultra 2 Deluxe Edition over two years ago and still today it outperforms many of the newer competing models – the device comes with everything you need to get your XBMC setup going and fits nicely in...


Fixing file system corruption on Synology NAS

I recently recycled my hard-drives on my Synology DS1010+ as one of the drives started to fail. Migration of the drives was easy, but I did notice that I had file-system corruption when looking at dmesg:

The Synology does not...

Synology DSM 4.0 beta 13

Synology DSM 4.0 beta is here – breaks IPKG

Synology has really outdone themselves with DSM 4.0: Although this is the first beta, it introduces a number of improvements with the most noticeable a completely revamped user interface which includes widgets and vast UI improvements over the desktop-style dashboard...


Running Transmission on Synology DS1010+

Synology’s Disk Station Manager (DSM) comes pre-packaged with it’s own download manager, but I have never been a fan of it, and have already heavily customized it but was still not quite happy with it. Over the last 12 months...