How to burn a new USB boot flash for X86 models?

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How to burn a new USB boot flash for X86 models?

Post by TMSupport » 20 Jan 2021, 15:59

Applicable models:
F2-220, F4-220, F4-420, F2-221, F2-421, F4-221, F4-421, F5-220, F5-221, F5-421, F5-422, F8-421, F8-422.

Instructions:

Preparation:
1. Ubuntu/ CentOS 6 system and above, Windows system with virtual machine installed (VMware Workstation Pro).
2. A new USB flash disk with capacity over 1G.

Steps:
cd /mnt
wget https://download2.terra-master.com/bzImage.zip
unzip bzImage.zip
chmod +x make_install
chmod +x grub.cfg
./make_install bzImage

Please connect the new burned USB flash to your TNAS, and reboot it without any HDDs to reinstall the TOS.
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Re: How to burn a new USB boot flash for X86 models?

Post by pieroalampi » 03 Feb 2021, 16:44

hi,
after ./make_install bzImage_V4.9.5 the command line return bzImage_V4.9.5 isn't exists

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Re: How to burn a new USB boot flash for X86 models?

Post by TMRyan » 03 Feb 2021, 17:52

{L_BUTTON_AT}pieroalampi
Hi,
Are you using the root account to operate?
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Re: How to burn a new USB boot flash for X86 models?

Post by pieroalampi » 03 Feb 2021, 18:14

hi,
no i'am using my account, do i have to use root accout?

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Re: How to burn a new USB boot flash for X86 models?

Post by TMS » 03 Feb 2021, 21:56

Yes,you should use root accout.
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Re: How to burn a new USB boot flash for X86 models?

Post by pieroalampi » 04 Feb 2021, 02:56

TMS wrote:
> Yes,you should use root accout.
OK i will try

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Re: How to burn a new USB boot flash for X86 models?

Post by titanrx8 » 30 Mar 2021, 22:43

Can I use Docker to install Ubuntu on my F2-221 and then follow the instructions below in order to create a new USB flash drive as a backup?

Can I just use my working TOS system to create the flash drive without needing Ubuntu?

TMSupport wrote:
> [b]Applicable models:[/b]
> F2-220, F4-220, F4-420, F2-221, F2-421, F4-221, F4-421, F5-220, F5-221,
> F5-421, F5-422, F8-421, F8-422.
>
> [b]Instructions:[/b]
>
> [b]Preparation:[/b]
> 1. Ubuntu/ CentOS 6 system and above, Windows system with virtual machine
> installed (VMware Workstation Pro).
> 2. A new USB flash disk with capacity over 1G.
>
> [b]Steps:[/b]
> 1. Download the compressed package:
> wget http://dl.terra-master.com/cn/Guide-installation.zip
> 2. Please add permissions for the compressed package:
> [color=#FF4000]chmod -R 777 Guide_installation.zip[/color]
> 3. Unzip the compressed package:
> [color=#FF4000]unzip Guide_installation.zip[/color]
> 4. Connect the USB flash disk to your Linux or Windows PC, and then input
> the following command:
> [color=#FF4000]cd /root/Guide_installation/bzImage/
> chmod -R 777 make_install
> chmod -R 777 grub.cfg
> chmod -R 777 bzImage_V4.9.5
> ./make_install bzImage_V4.9.5[/color]
> Wait for the installation to complete.
> 5. Insert the U disk or USB hard disk into the USB port on the back of the
> TNAS device, and then turn on the device.
> 6. Use TNAS PC to search and get the IP address of your TNAS, and click
> “Log in” to reinstall the TOS system

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Re: How to burn a new USB boot flash for X86 models?

Post by TMRyan » 31 Mar 2021, 10:24

{L_BUTTON_AT}titanrx8
Not sure if the USB device can be read when using this image.
As long as your USB device can be read, it should be successful.
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Re: How to burn a new USB boot flash for X86 models?

Post by jrosen » 10 Jun 2021, 04:26

I get an error -
./make_install: line 28: grub-install: command not found
cannot create regular file 'media/boot/grub/grub.cfg': no such file or directory
etc..

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Re: How to burn a new USB boot flash for X86 models?

Post by TMjack » 10 Jun 2021, 18:28

Please execute:
cd /mnt
wget https://download2.terra-master.com/bzImage.zip
unzip bzImage.zip
chmod +x make_install
chmod +x grub.cfg
./make_install bzImage

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