PHP 7.2.10 (RNOS 6 x86 & ARM)

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Since the next releases of OwnCloud and NextCloud will require PHP at least in version 7.0 i set out to bring a newer PHP to the ReadyNAS. I initially aimed for providing all 7.x versions but in the end I settled for just providing the 7.2 series. In my testing all fairly recent PHP apps worked with 7.2 but be warned that your mileage may vary.

So here’s PHP 7.2.10 for the ReadyNAS storage boxes running ReadyNAS OS 6.9.0 or newer on x86 or ARM CPUs:

Gitea 1.5.1 (ReadyNAS OS 6 x86 / ARM & RAIDiator 4 x86)

Gitea 1.5.1 has been released a couple of days ago but I just now came to updating the apps/add-ons for ReadyNAS OS 6 (x86 & ARM) as well as the add-on for ReadyNAS systems still running RAIDiator 4 (x86):

Kernelmodules 6.9.4 (ReadyNAS OS 6 x86)

ReadyNAS OS 6.9.3 again comes with a new kernel – this time it is kernel 4.4.140 and this of course requires new kernel modules. I still stick to using the drivers included with that instead of building from the bleeding edge LinuxTV.org package.
Since NTGR changed the packaging of the GPL sources I wasn’t yet able to build a working kernel module set for the RN2xx ARM based products for firmware 6.9.4.

So here are the links to the latest x86 kernel modules:

Since I can’t test all the different USB drivers included please accept my apologies if the driver for your hardware is included but doesn’t work. In that case please drop me a note and I’ll see what I can do.

SABnzbd 2.3.5 (ReadyNAS OS 6 All Platforms & RAIDiator 5 ARM & RAIDitator 4 x86)

Another update to SABnzbd. Version 2.3.5 is out for ReadyNAS OS 6 on the x86 and ARM platforms and for RAIDiator 4 on x86 as well as for RAIDiator 5 on ReadyNAS ARM. Of course those versions also include (or build on install) the latest version of sabyenc.
So, here are the addons:

Pi-Hole updates


I just finished updating Pi-Hole after receiving quite some reports about the app not working especially on RN1xx ReadyNAS systems. Took me a while to figure out the problem: the binary the app was using seems to be compiled using floating point instructions not available in the CPUs of some ARM based ReadyNAS models. The only solution I could come up with was to build tailored binaries for all newer ReadyNAS systems and release a new version of the app.
So while the version number shows only a minor change there have been lots of modifications under the hood. First tests are promising so it would be nice if the new version of the app could be tested by as many people as possible.