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Hi,
I have a Synology DS213 running DSM 5.1-5021, and I have Java SE v1.8.0_6-0029 installed.

When I try to install MinimServer it fails after the 'Accept licence' page and I get the error messge:
Failed to install "MinimServer". Java is not installed or not properly configured. Download and install the Java Synology package.

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I thought this might be a similar problem to the one described in the first half of this thread: problem installing minim server on Synology NAS DS212J

So, I have tried these things:
Downloading and installing using different browsers (Chrome 39 and IE 11). Install still failed, same error message.
Installing latest version of Java SE 8 (I was previously running an earlier version of Java SE 8). Install still failed, same error message.
Manually installing DVBLink Server to check whether this is a MinimServer specific issue. DVBLink Server installed without problem.
Tried installing BubbleUPnP Server v0.9 Install failed, same error message.

One more thing, I am trying to do this remotely from the server. I cannot get on the same network as the NAS at the moment. Could this make it more likely that the Java package has somehow been corrupted?

Any ideas welcomed.
Tom
(21-12-2014 14:04)Barbie-qu Wrote: [ -> ]Hi,
I have a Synology DS213 running DSM 5.1-5021, and I have Java SE v1.8.0_6-0029 installed.

When I try to install MinimServer it fails after the 'Accept licence' page and I get the error messge:
Failed to install "MinimServer". Java is not installed or not properly configured. Download and install the Java Synology package.

Welcome to the MinimServer forum!

Did you reboot the NAS after you installed Java?

If this doesn't solve the problem, there is probably something wrong with your Java installation. If you can login to the NAS via SSH, please run the following commands:

echo $JAVA_HOME
ls -l "$JAVA_HOME/bin/java"

and post the output here.
Thanks for the welcome! I can't believe I hadn't come across your software before as I have been looking for a more customisable Synology server for some time Confused

FYI. I have a first gen Naim Uniti

Unfortunately rebooting didn't help. I can SSH into the NAS, but i'm not too au fait with running commands. Can you give me some pointers, or a link to guidance on this please?

Cheers
(21-12-2014 17:02)Barbie-qu Wrote: [ -> ]Thanks for the welcome! I can't believe I hadn't come across your software before as I have been looking for a more customisable Synology server for some time Confused

FYI. I have a first gen Naim Uniti

Unfortunately rebooting didn't help. I can SSH into the NAS, but i'm not too au fait with running commands. Can you give me some pointers, or a link to guidance on this please?

Cheers

Just type the string:

echo $JAVA_HOME

and press the Enter key. Then type the string:

ls -l "$JAVA_HOME/bin/java"

and press the Enter key.

When you have finished, type the string:

exit

and press the Enter key.
Hi
I think I´ve got the same issue on a DS213+.
Here ist the requested outcome:

Blunology> echo $JAVA_HOME

Blunology> ls -l "$JAVA_HOME/bin/java"
ls: /bin/java: No such file or directory

And the Java installation says
"JAVA SE Embedded for Synology NAS. The Java binary will be available at
/urs/local/bin/java. "


Thanks
Josef
(21-12-2014 17:57)PepiBlu Wrote: [ -> ]Hi
I think I´ve got the same issue on a DS213+.
Here ist the requested outcome:

Blunology> echo $JAVA_HOME

Blunology> ls -l "$JAVA_HOME/bin/java"
ls: /bin/java: No such file or directory

And the Java installation says
"JAVA SE Embedded for Synology NAS. The Java binary will be available at
/urs/local/bin/java. "


Thanks
Josef

Please try this command:

ls -l /usr/local/bin/java

Many thanks!
I´ve made a typo, sorry, here is the correct one:

Blunology> ls -l /usr/local/java/bin/java

and the reply:
-rwxrwxrwx 1 root root 3860 Mar 4 2014 /usr/local/java/bin/java
(21-12-2014 18:34)PepiBlu Wrote: [ -> ]I´ve made a typo, sorry, here is the correct one:

Blunology> ls -l /usr/local/java/bin/java

and the reply:
-rwxrwxrwx 1 root root 3860 Mar 4 2014 /usr/local/java/bin/java

Thanks for this information. Please also do the following:

ls -l /usr/local/java

Many thanks!
OK:

lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 23 Dec 21 16:00 /usr/local/java -> /volume1/@appstore/java


(21-12-2014 19:18)simoncn Wrote: [ -> ]Thanks for this information. Please also do the following:

ls -l /usr/local/java

Many thanks!
(21-12-2014 19:22)PepiBlu Wrote: [ -> ]OK:

lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 23 Dec 21 16:00 /usr/local/java -> /volume1/@appstore/java

We are getting closer. Smile Please also try:

ls -l /volume1/@appstore
ls -l /volume1/@appstore/java

Thanks!
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