On this blog there is no comments section. On this blog there is no forum. But this blog has a channel where you can communicate in real time with your fellow Synology NAS users. Remember my article Synology: First International DISCORD Server from November 18, 2019? I had just launched the DISCORD channel for SYNOLOGY. … Read more Synology: Discord Community Growing Fast
No. Synology NAS with DSM 6.2 or above versions no longer supports USB Wi-Fi Adapter, such as wireless, 3G, 4G, or LTE dongles. For better connection stability and performance, you are suggested to use the Ethernet LAN cable to connect your Synology NAS to your switch, router, or hub. The older DSM versions benefited from … Read more Can I Use Wi-Fi USB Adapter With my Synology NAS?
If you need to edit a file on your Synology DSM operating system, such as the wp-config.php file on WordPress, you definitely need a text editor. Without a text editor, your Synology will automatically download the file to your PC if you double click on it with your mouse. That means that you will first … Read more Synology: Text Editor is a Must Have
I receive dozens of e-mails every single day. Most are from people asking for my help with various Synology-related issues. I help them, for free, and after I’ve helped them, I tell them they can support the work I’m doing by making a donation if they want to. Roughly 90% of those I help never … Read more Why am I Asking for Donations?
If you want to create custom error pages for 403, 404 and 500 errors, for each error you have to upload one .html file in the main WordPress folder. For example, for error 403 you have to create a 403-error.html page. For error 404 you have to create a 404-error.html page. For error 500 you … Read more WordPress: How to Create Custom Error Pages