domoticz in synology as package! Available now.

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Re: domoticz in synology as package! Available now.

Post by jumbotroll » Wednesday 04 July 2018 21:35

michaelb wrote:
Wednesday 04 July 2018 20:25
Hi Jumbotroll, can you compile the latest 4.x with Python for the DS412+ (cedarview) with DSM 6.1? Still a bit affraid to update to 6.2...
Thanks in advance.


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Arch-cedarview updated 8-)
http://www.jadahl.com/domoticz_beta_6.1_python/
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Re: domoticz in synology as package! Available now.

Post by michaelb » Wednesday 04 July 2018 22:11


jumbotroll wrote: Arch-cedarview updated 8-)
http://www.jadahl.com/domoticz_beta_6.1_python/
Your the best!

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Re: domoticz in synology as package! Available now.

Post by HM31 » Thursday 05 July 2018 14:04

jumbotroll wrote:
Wednesday 04 July 2018 19:32
HM31 wrote:
Wednesday 04 July 2018 19:17
@Jumbotroll: will you compile the latest beta including python for me.
Same for me please, DS212j and DS211j, DSM 6.2

Many thanks
Sorry, I don't compile for arch 88f6281 or 88f6282 anymore because of -std=c++11 in domoticz source code and the old toolchain from synology.
Sorry to read about that. That's sometimes the price to pay for using some old (but stable) material ... Thanks anyway for all what you're doing for the Synology world around Domoticz.
Do I understand that "domoticz_88f6281-6.1_3.0.9390-7.spk 06-May-2018 21:36 16M " will be the last downloadable version from your site for this arch with Python ?

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Re: domoticz in synology as package! Available now.

Post by jumbotroll » Thursday 05 July 2018 15:25

HM31 wrote:
Thursday 05 July 2018 14:04
Sorry to read about that. That's sometimes the price to pay for using some old (but stable) material ... Thanks anyway for all what you're doing for the Synology world around Domoticz.
Do I understand that "domoticz_88f6281-6.1_3.0.9390-7.spk 06-May-2018 21:36 16M " will be the last downloadable version from your site for this arch with Python ?
Yes domoticz_88f6281-6.1_3.0.9390-7.spk is my latest build before -std-c++11 in domoticz source.
If synology update the toolchain with newer gcc version, I can build for arch-88f6281 again.
But this NAS's is now begin to be old and I don't think they will update the toolchain.
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Re: domoticz in synology as package! Available now.

Post by HM31 » Thursday 05 July 2018 19:08

You're right, and DSM 6.2 has already been announced as the last version for these models (among others). :|

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Re: domoticz in synology as package! Available now.

Post by MaBerY » Friday 13 July 2018 11:06

FYI

I ran Domoticz 3.8153 on my Synology 211+ on DSM 6.1. I was a bit disappointed to learn that this particular platform has problems in the toolchain and there will no version 4 released for this animal and DSM 6.2. But it worked OK. so did not worry too much. ;)

I recently got the Synology update from 6.1 to the newer 6.2.23739 on 23 june and it just stopped working. :shock:
at 7 juli I got 6.2.23739 Update 1 and to my surprise it magically continued operation again. :D

I wonder if I should disable the autoupdates for now or migrate to a Pi. We'll see ;)

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