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Hello

I want to install Minim Server in my QNap TS119P+ with a Marvell 6282 1.6GHz processor to reproduce my music with a Linn Akurate DS 2007. It is an AMR type processor, but I don't find it in the list shown below...


"If your QNAP NAS has an Intel x86 or Atom processor (model numbers 239, 259, 269, 411, 439, 459, 469, 509, 559, 5
69, 639, 659, 669, 809, 839, 859, 869, 870, 879, 1079, 1269, 1270, 1279 and 1679), you should install the official QNAP JRE x86 QPKG from the 'Available' tab of the QPKG Center page in the QNAP Administration console and enable this QPKG from the 'Installed' tab of the QPKG Center.n"

"If your QNAP device has an ARM processor (model numbers 109, 110, 112, 119, 120, 121, 209, 210, 212, 219, 220, 221, 409, 410, 412, 419, 420 and 421), there isn't a self-contained JRE QPKG available. Instead, you'll need to download Oracle's Java SE for Embedded and use a separate JRE installer QPKG to install this on your QNAP device."

What can I do ?


Many thanks




Marvell 6282 1.6GHz

The ARMADA 300 Series is the industry's most powerful processors utilizing the ARM instruction set with up to 2.0 GHz performance. The ARMADA 300 (88F6282) is suitable for a wide range of applications including routers, gateways, media servers, storage, thin clients, networking, and printer products.

The Marvell® 88F6282 SoC is a high-performance integrated controller. It integrates the Marvell developed CPU core which is fully ARMv5TE-compliant with a 256KB L2 Cache. The 88F6282 builds upon Marvell’s innovative Feroceon® family of processors, improves performance, and adds new features to reduce bill of materials (BOM) costs. The 88F6282 is suitable for a wide range of applications such as routers, gateway, media server, storage, thin clients, set- top-box, networking, point of service and printer products.
The 88F6282 offers unparalleled integration that makes system design simple and cost efficient. The SoC integrates: • High-performance single-issue CPU
• 1.6 GHZ, 1.8GHz, and 2.0 GHz operating speed
• 16KB-Instruction and 16KB-Data 4-way, set-associative L1 cache
• 256KB unified 4-way, set-associative L2 cache
• 16-bit DDR2/3 memory interface (up to 1066 MHz data rate)
• Two Gigabit Ethernet MACs with interface options
• Audio Video Bridging
• Two PCI-Express ports
• Single USB 2.0 port with integrated PHY
• Two SATA 2.0 ports with integrated PHYs
• LCD controller supporting up to 1080p and UXGA resolutions
• Network security engine with various encryption algorithm support
• Audio and MPEG Transport Stream Interface
• Two TDM Channels, SDIO/MMC, NAND flash, SPI, two TWSI, and two UART interfaces • DMA/XOR engine with four channels
• RTC and Thermal sensor
(20-09-2013 16:15)Audiobiker Wrote: [ -> ]Hello

I want to install Minim Server in my QNap TS119P+ with a Marvell 6282 1.6GHz processor to reproduce my music with a Linn Akurate DS 2007. It is an AMR type processor, but I don't find it in the list shown below...


"If your QNAP NAS has an Intel x86 or Atom processor (model numbers 239, 259, 269, 411, 439, 459, 469, 509, 559, 5
69, 639, 659, 669, 809, 839, 859, 869, 870, 879, 1079, 1269, 1270, 1279 and 1679), you should install the official QNAP JRE x86 QPKG from the 'Available' tab of the QPKG Center page in the QNAP Administration console and enable this QPKG from the 'Installed' tab of the QPKG Center.n"

"If your QNAP device has an ARM processor (model numbers 109, 110, 112, 119, 120, 121, 209, 210, 212, 219, 220, 221, 409, 410, 412, 419, 420 and 421), there isn't a self-contained JRE QPKG available. Instead, you'll need to download Oracle's Java SE for Embedded and use a separate JRE installer QPKG to install this on your QNAP device."

What can I do ?

The ARM processor model list contains the model number 119, which matches your TS119P+ (ARM not AMR). If you follow the QNAP ARM instructions, everything should be fine.

From memory, the 119 became the 119P which became the 119P+ which became the 119P II. Trying to keep up with QNAP's latest range of suffixes would be quite a large task, which is why the MinimServer list only shows the numeric portion.
I have installed and tried Minimserver on my TS-419P+. Just follow the instructions for installation on ARM processor Qnap and you should be ok.
Thank you very much, I'll try it.
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