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Add a user friednly method to add custom drivers (kernel modules)

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Add a user friednly method to add custom drivers (kernel modules)

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Post by tuaris » 01 Jan 2018 01:47

Provide a user friendly method to add additional kernel modules using the web UI. The current method requires that you SSH in, and re-mount /cf/boot/kernel as rw and manually place your .ko file in there.

The web UI should have a function to allow you to do that.

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Re: Add a user friednly method to add custom drivers (kernel modules)

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Post by tony1 » 01 Jan 2018 14:33

you could download the module to persistent storage, http://www.areca.us/support/s_NAS4Free/ ... S4Free.htm

and then use System > Advanced > Command Scripts

something like kldload /mnt/tank/storage/file.ko should work

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