Do you want to be notified of drive issues, but not receive a monthly “email” report that says no issues were detected? Are you wondering how to turn off the monthly Disk Health report emails? Follow this simple guide to disable monthly emails about the “optimal” health status of your disks, while you keep receiving … Read moreHow to Disable Synology Monthly Drive Health Report
In order to use FTP on your Synology Nas you must first create an “FTP” user and activate FTP File services. Once the FTP user has been created, read the article where I explain the differences between FTP, SFTP and FTPS. These steps are mandatory if you want to become a real expert in using … Read moreHow to Set Up FTP on Your Synology Nas
Did you know there are some packages that will use more space than expected? You might notice this when you see your storage space on the disk unexpectedly full. The packages that could cause this problem are listed below: Cloud Station/Drive: If you use Cloud Station/Drive to synchronize folders, know that syncing shared folders requires … Read moreSynology: Why My Storage Space Is Unexpectedly Full
Did you know USB 3.0, the third major revision to the Universal Serial Bus (USB) standard, has recently been renamed USB 3.1 Gen 1 by the USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF)? However, there are no changes to the technical specifications. USB 3.1 Gen 1 (USB 3.0) offers the same ease of use and plug-and-play capabilities as … Read moreCan I Connect USB 3.1 Disk to Synology USB 3.0 Port?
As you well know, IPKG, or the Itsy Package Management System, is a lightweight package management system designed for embedded devices and it resembles Linux Debian’s dpkg. It was used in the Unslung operating system for the Linksys NSLU2 (Optware), in OpenWrt, Openmoko, webOS, Gumstix, the iPAQ, QNAP NAS appliances and elsewhere; as of early … Read moreHow to Install IPKG on Synology NAS