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[Tutorial] Installing Java on a Synology ARMv5 or PPC NAS
15-01-2014, 22:35
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RE: [Tutorial] Installing the 'Java SE for Embedded' package on a Synology NAS
No it is ok thanks for it
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05-02-2014, 22:52
Post: #12
RE: [Tutorial] Installing the 'Java SE for Embedded' package on a Synology NAS
Excellent tutorial. Thank you very much! Smile
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18-02-2014, 11:35
Post: #13
RE: [Tutorial] Installing the 'Java SE for Embedded' package on a Synology NAS
Fantastic, although it took me 60'Wink
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13-03-2014, 17:41
Post: #14
RE: [Tutorial] Installing the 'Java SE for Embedded' package on a Synology NAS
Excellent Tutorial.

appreciate you posting this.

java is not easy...

Alan Ainslie
Chord Electronics
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22-03-2014, 11:03
Post: #15
RE: [Tutorial] Installing the 'Java SE for Embedded' package on a Synology NAS
accidently I removed java from my DS412+...

I tried to connect the http://packages.pcloadletter.co.uk but no packages are apprearing from it.

Using DSM 5.0

How can I reinstall java embedded again?

Please tips are welcome


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22-03-2014, 11:15
Post: #16
RE: [Tutorial] Installing the 'Java SE for Embedded' package on a Synology NAS
The communicty can be seen now and installed Java 6 embedded again.

It appeared after pushing the refresh button 10 times or so :-)

Working great this tutorial!

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17-04-2014, 02:36 (This post was last modified: 17-04-2014 02:41 by Jota.)
Post: #17
RE: [Tutorial] Installing the 'Java SE for Embedded' package on a Synology NAS
I got a message in Synology DS213+ that Java 7 SE needs updating. I go through the usual routine but keep getting 'Invalid File Format'.

The file is called - ejre-7u55-fcs-b13-linux-ppc-e500v2-headless-17_mar_2014.tar.gz

I uninstalled the previous version then tried installing the new version and got the same error. I tried reinstalling the version I had previously and get the same error message.

Now I don't have Java 7 SE on my NAS and can't use Minimserver.

I put the file in my public folder on the NAS beside the others.

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The older two installed and worked before, now they don't install.

Also, it doesn't give the details of the file I should download anymore...

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17-04-2014, 10:14
Post: #18
RE: [Tutorial] Installing the 'Java SE for Embedded' package on a Synology NAS
(17-04-2014 02:36)Jota Wrote:  I got a message in Synology DS213+ that Java 7 SE needs updating. I go through the usual routine but keep getting 'Invalid File Format'.

The file is called - ejre-7u55-fcs-b13-linux-ppc-e500v2-headless-17_mar_2014.tar.gz

I uninstalled the previous version then tried installing the new version and got the same error. I tried reinstalling the version I had previously and get the same error message.

Now I don't have Java 7 SE on my NAS and can't use Minimserver.

This sounds like a problem with the recently updated patters package. Have you contacted patters about this?
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17-04-2014, 11:34
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RE: [Tutorial] Installing the 'Java SE for Embedded' package on a Synology NAS
(17-04-2014 10:14)simoncn Wrote:  
(17-04-2014 02:36)Jota Wrote:  I got a message in Synology DS213+ that Java 7 SE needs updating. I go through the usual routine but keep getting 'Invalid File Format'.

The file is called - ejre-7u55-fcs-b13-linux-ppc-e500v2-headless-17_mar_2014.tar.gz

I uninstalled the previous version then tried installing the new version and got the same error. I tried reinstalling the version I had previously and get the same error message.

Now I don't have Java 7 SE on my NAS and can't use Minimserver.

This sounds like a problem with the recently updated patters package. Have you contacted patters about this?


Thanks Simon, I'll try that although I don't see how that would impact on reinstalling the versions I had working before.
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17-04-2014, 15:17
Post: #20
RE: [Tutorial] Installing the 'Java SE for Embedded' package on a Synology NAS
(17-04-2014 11:34)Jota Wrote:  Thanks Simon, I'll try that although I don't see how that would impact on reinstalling the versions I had working before.

From your post, I thought you were using the latest patters package to install the earlier versions. The patters package is tied to a single hard-wired version.
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