THECUS N4100+ NAS SERVER WINDOWS 8.1 DRIVER
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THECUS N4100+ NAS SERVER DRIVER
If XOR checksum speeds are anything to go by, it appears that my experimental 2. That means that you can't access the serial console unless you're prepared to attack your NAS with a soldering iron and educated guesswork.
If you you're just trying to do a one-off recoveryyou might be able to avoid the soldering iron and some of the guesswork by following these instructions from the Thecus Wiki. I haven't yet summoned up sufficient courage to attempt soldering a pin block onto my own unit. Fortunately all is not lost, because RedBoot has a network access feature. When the device is powered up, you have by default a one second opportunity to access RedBoot via telnet to by default Thecus N4100+ NAS Server this document for details.
The command sequence I use to do this is: A good trick is to hold Ctrl with your other finger just above the c key ready to push it when you see this: If you want to do anything similar, be very very careful, because incorrect use of fconfig can turn your NAS into a very expensive brick. RedBoot's default boot script consists of only the following three lines: Loading Thecus N4100+ NAS Server via TFTP will not affect the flash memory of the appliance at all, so it will leave the official Thecus firmware completely untouched. For now, this is what we want. You should have an TFTP server up and running before trying to interrupt the boot sequence.
For Ubuntu you can use "atftpd". This allows me to see kernel messages, although it only runs at bps and the Linux console doesn't initialise properly apparently USB serial console support, which used to work fine in Linux 2. If you are using the custom DIET-PC kernel, the netconsole driver is another possibility, although you don't get to see any kernel messages prior to the NIC initialisation when using this. At the "exec" stage of the boot interrupt the process. The following will need to be appended, with the final command looking like this: Building a Kernel I've attempted Thecus N4100+ NAS Server construct a single kernel image that will support all three models.
Thecus N - SMB NAS Roundup
I've taken an educated guess at platform code for the original N, but no guarantees. I'll construct a patch against kernel.
I had to tweak things here and there to address compiler-version-specific complaints, and a couple of minor repairs were needed for the 2. It looks to me as if the original N was a prototype that Thecus are keen to wash their hands of.
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By using standard internet protocols you can even backup, restore or play back content from anywhere in the world. Different users have different needs for their NAS servers.
Where one user may only need a place to safely store their digital content, another may want their storage appliance to serve up web pages over the internet while streaming music to network enabled media players, all at the same time while downloading torrent files for the teenager in the house. Network Attached Storage appliances are good for the entire Thecus N4100+ NAS Server and not just Thecus N4100+ NAS Server techy person in the house.
SMB NAS Roundup
Everyone on a computer knows how to open a folder on their desktop to view their pictures. Thecus and other NAS manufacturers have moved the high tech enterprise nature of NAS servers into a dumbed down Setup Wizard that a ten year old can set the system up with.
The original N is the 4-bay Thecus NAS device that started it all. Renowned a big number of functions, including DLNA-server, can attract its Bay: 4 x ” SATA HDD.
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The original N is the 4-bay Thecus NAS device that started it all. Renowned for Let it out with the +'s DLNA-certified media server. Connect easily to.