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CrashPlan 4.8.3 Installation Fix for Synology (1436674800483 June 2017)

Here we go again, one new version to crash our NAS’s system. Unless you had blocked the autoupgrade process earlier. ūüėČ In any case, users have reported that the previous solutions worked to sort this out, so do check the link below for successfully updating your Synology: CrashPlan 4.8.2 Installation Fix for Synology (1436674800482_4 April…

Manual Install of Crashplan on Synology

[tested on CrashPlan 4.8.2, revised for clarity by the admin – thanks for submitting this in!] I wanted to update to 4.8.2. Autoupdate was working, so I attempted this method: https://forums.freenas.org/index.php?threads/crashplan-4-8-2.53953/ cpio was giving me a few errors when I ran So here’s what I did: Extract CrashPlan_4.8.2_Linux.tgz on Windows with 7zip. Open up 7zip…

So You Want to Install CrashPlan on an Headless Server (such as a Synology NAS)?

Many¬†that have a small home or office server wonder if it¬†is possible to use it to backup their data to adequate Cloud Backup services; and many of those NAS systems do offer native support for¬†some services, such as Synology‘s DSM package for Amazon‘s Glacier. But in the particular case of Synology, it shouldn’t come as…

CrashPlan 4.8.2 Installation Fix for Synology (1436674800482_4 April 2017)

NEW¬†for¬†CrashPlan for Small Business¬†users:¬†note that the correct package paths will now begin with ¬ī/var/packages/CrashPlanPRO/…¬ī.   Following up the discussion on this thread from our forums, here’s what I’ve gathered about this new version upgrade. FYI the auto-upgrade block procedure continues to work just fine, preventing CrashPlan from breaking inadvertedly. Edit: use this to whenever possible…

CrashPlan 4.8.0 Installation Fix for Synology (1435813200480_331 November 2016)

Here we go again! Sorry about taking this long¬†posting about this one in particular, I had to¬†focus on other stuff. The worst part of the current way of fixing this is that¬†it always ends up “synchronizing file information” again, which is painstakingly slow. One quick reminder – you can “Submit Your Own Post” whenever¬†you find…

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