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NAS Debian package Update Question

space-bob
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NAS Debian package Update Question

Hi All,

 

I'm trying to squeeze the last remaining life out of my Nas Duo v2.

 

I came across this possible solution to fix the ssl issue:

 

https://github.com/rdynsxtrs/r5bin/tree/master/apache2

 

However when I try to install the deb files after transfering them to the NAS I get an error:

 

dpkg-deb: `apache2_2.2.34-0+rnx1_armel (1).deb' is not a debian format archive
dpkg: error processing apache2_2.2.34-0+rnx1_armel (1).deb (--install):

 

I've tried downloading the files as a zip and also individually. I've also tried from a Windows box and MAC, but for both scenarios I get the same error.

 

Anyone have any ideas?

 

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StephenB
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Re: NAS Debian package Update Question


@space-bob wrote:

I'm trying to squeeze the last remaining life out of my Nas Duo v2.

 


I am thinking that you actually have the original Duo (v1).

 

The original Duo

  • runs 4.1.x firmware
  • has "ReadyNAS Duo" on the front panel
  • often has other labels that say RND2000 v2 (which don't mean what you think).

The Duo v2

  • runs 5.3.x firmware
  • has "ReadyNAS Duo v2" on the front panel.
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space-bob
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Re: NAS Debian package Update Question

On the sticker on the bottom it says RND2120 v2.

So I guess it is not the version I think it is - is there any option available for my model?

Thanks!

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StephenB
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Re: NAS Debian package Update Question


@space-bob wrote:

is there any option available for my model?

 


There is no add-on for the SSL version error.  

 

What you can do is 

  • Use Edge in IE Mode
  • Configure FireFox to allow TLS 1.0 connections
  • Modify virtual.conf in the NAS to allow https connections to frontview.

The last option is described here:


@space-bob wrote:

On the sticker on the bottom it says RND2120 v2.

So I guess it is not the version I think it is


The "V2" just signifies a minor hardware revision (a component change).

 

Very poor branding on Netgear's part, we've been dealing with the confusion here for about 12 years now.

 

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Lucifer24
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Re: NAS Debian package Update Question

Hi.
I have a ReadyNAS NV+ v2 running firmware version 5.3.13 and having the same problem. 
It says on the github page "The code provided does not work for the similarly named SPARC systems."
How do I check what system i I have? Or is the error I'm receiving a sure confirmation that I'm having i SPARC system?

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Lucifer24
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Re: NAS Debian package Update Question

Figured it out. ssh to nas and run uname -a. It says I'm running a arm system. Still stuck with the not a debian format error, but have decided to install  open media vault on the nas, so it doesn't matter anymore

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