Kernelmodules 6.9.5 (ReadyNAS OS 6 x86)

ReadyNAS OS 6.9.5 again comes with a new kernel – this time it is kernel 4.4.157 and it took quite some effort to get it to compile properly and build the new kernel modules. I still stick to using the drivers included with that instead of building from the bleeding edge package.

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.

NextCloud 13.0.8 (ReadyNAS OS 6 ARM & x86)

Wow, looks like I actually built an updated Nextcloud 13 app but never published it. This left users out in the cold who intended to upgrade their installation using the built-in update of Nextcloud. To remedy this I just uploaded an app installer for Nextcloud 13.0.8. That one includes all the fixes I already incorporated in 13.0.6 and allows for again using the built-in updater. If you intend to upgrade to Nextcloud 14 using that version, please make sure to read the upgrade instructions I published.
You can get the new app for your ReadyNAS with ReadyNAS OS 6 (x86 and ARM) here:

PHP 7.2.13 (RNOS 6 x86 & ARM)

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The PHP project did some updates to PHP 7.2 which is now at version 7.2.13. This seemed like a good time to update the apps for ReadyNAS OS 6, which is what I did.

So here’s PHP 7.2.13 for the ReadyNAS storage boxes running ReadyNAS OS 6.9.0 or newer on x86 or ARM CPUs:

Note: To update an already installed version of the app please download the latest version of the installer from your “My Account” page. This will force the ReadyNAS to actually do the upgrade.

Gitea 1.6.2 (ReadyNAS OS 6 x86 / ARM & RAIDiator 4 x86)

Gitea 1.6.2 has been released so I updated the apps/add-ons for ReadyNAS OS 6 (x86 & ARM) as well as the add-on for ReadyNAS systems still running RAIDiator 4 (x86):

Pi-Hole Ad-Block Updated to 4.1 (ReadyNAS OS 6 ARM & x86)

The ad blocking DNS service Pi-Hole has been updated to version 4.1 so I updated to app for ReadyNAS OS 6 accordingly:

Please note: Since Pi-Hole was developed for the Raspberry Pi it uses some paths for it’s web interface that aren’t compatible with the ReadyNAS Web UI. Thus those had to be tweaked and for that very reason the upgrade procedures using the command line or described on the web won’t work!