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QNAP NAS 419
28-12-2012, 20:01
Post: #11
RE: QNAP NAS 419
Again, that is what I get from SSH:

[~] # ls -l /tmp/minim*.log
-rw-r--r-- 1 admin administ 0 Dec 28 15:24 /tmp/minimserver-out-10470.log
-rw-r--r-- 1 admin administ 0 Dec 28 15:50 /tmp/minimserver-out-14326.log
-rw-r--r-- 1 admin administ 0 Dec 28 16:44 /tmp/minimserver-out-18203.log
-rw-r--r-- 1 admin administ 0 Dec 28 14:36 /tmp/minimserver-out-3625.log
-rw-r--r-- 1 admin administ 1439 Dec 28 16:45 /tmp/minimserver-sh.log

[~] # ls -l /share/Public/minim*.log ls: /share/Public/minim*.log: No such file or directory

[~] # java -version
Illegal instruction
[~] #
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28-12-2012, 20:22
Post: #12
RE: QNAP NAS 419
(28-12-2012 20:01)ulrichoskar Wrote:  Again, that is what I get from SSH:

[~] # ls -l /tmp/minim*.log
-rw-r--r-- 1 admin administ 0 Dec 28 15:24 /tmp/minimserver-out-10470.log
-rw-r--r-- 1 admin administ 0 Dec 28 15:50 /tmp/minimserver-out-14326.log
-rw-r--r-- 1 admin administ 0 Dec 28 16:44 /tmp/minimserver-out-18203.log
-rw-r--r-- 1 admin administ 0 Dec 28 14:36 /tmp/minimserver-out-3625.log
-rw-r--r-- 1 admin administ 1439 Dec 28 16:45 /tmp/minimserver-sh.log

[~] # ls -l /share/Public/minim*.log ls: /share/Public/minim*.log: No such file or directory

[~] # java -version
Illegal instruction
[~] #

This 'Illegal instruction' message means that you have the wrong version of Java installed. The correct version is

ARMv5 Linux - Headless EABI, SoftFP, Little Endian

as stated in the MinimServer QNAP installation instructions.
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28-12-2012, 20:33
Post: #13
RE: QNAP NAS 419
as I suggested earlieron Wink
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28-12-2012, 20:37
Post: #14
RE: QNAP NAS 419
Sorry, yes stupid.
Thank you, that is a donation worth.

Best Ulrich
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28-12-2012, 21:03
Post: #15
RE: QNAP NAS 419
(28-12-2012 20:33)bbrip Wrote:  as I suggested earlieron Wink

Yes, you were right. However, I think this incorrect message about x86 will still appear after Ulrich installs the right version.
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29-12-2012, 08:22
Post: #16
RE: QNAP NAS 419
Yes, The Server is running, but the message is still there.
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29-12-2012, 11:19
Post: #17
RE: QNAP NAS 419
Have you deleted the x86 package, then rebootetd the NAS and then installed the Java ARM version manually?
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29-12-2012, 15:08 (This post was last modified: 29-12-2012 15:09 by simoncn.)
Post: #18
RE: QNAP NAS 419
(29-12-2012 11:19)bbrip Wrote:  Have you deleted the x86 package, then rebootetd the NAS and then installed the Java ARM version manually?

It won't make any difference. Sad This is a combination of a design fault in the QNAP firmware and a poor choice of package name for the unofficial JRE installer QPKG.

In more (gory) detail:

QNAP publishes an official QPKG named 'JRE'. This is for x86 only, and the description of the 'JRE' package in the QNAP official QPKG repository warns people about this.

The unofficial JRE installer QPKG (for ARM, etc.) is also named 'JRE'. (A very poor choice.)

The QPKG Center in the QNAP firmware displays a description for any QPKG whose name exists in the QNAP official QPKG repository. This decription is downloaded from the QNAP official QPKG repository. For any QPKG whose name doesn't exist in the QNAP official QPKG repository, no description is displayed. There is no way to change this behaviour.

Combining the above three points produces the problem we're seeing here. Because the unofficial QPKG is called 'JRE', the QNAP firmware incorrectly displays the description from the official QPKG that is also called 'JRE'.
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