QoolBox a écrit : ↑16 déc. 2019 19:48 i have no time to check it yet...
think will be after christmas , i took some days off
I've done additional tests without any luck how was on your side?
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QoolBox a écrit : ↑13 janv. 2020 15:09 TS-231P2 is arm64, a version arm64 is provided in Qnapclub Repo
the Unifi version arm64 should work (but may be this NAS do not have enought ressource memory) , i tested it on TS-332 only
I am unlucky, I have checked that it is not arm64 according to Qnap : CPU AnnapurnaLabs Alpine AL-314 32-bit ARM® Cortex-A15 quad-core 1.7GHz processor
CPU Architecture 32-bit ARM .
I did not find it in the qnapclub repository, by memory would have no problem, it has 4GB of ram. Could any platform or solution still work with this NAS? Best regards
Edit: Interestingly, there is a docker developed for a rpi "unifi-rpi:5.11.48-arm32v7" with a version in arm32 but I do not know how it works. It installs the docker but then on the console I throw this error :
"OpenJDK Client VM warning: You have loaded library /usr/lib/unifi/lib/native/Linux/armv7/libubnt_webrtc_jni.so which might have disa
bled stack guard. The VM will try to fix the stack guard now.
It's highly recommended that you fix the library with 'execstack -c <libfile>', or link it with '-z noexecstack'. "
QoolBox a écrit : ↑13 janv. 2020 17:04 ooops so many models, i confund them
i have no idea for the docker error
but unifi require a mongodb database... unfortunately they stopped 32bit support
and compiling it is a pain in a..
Anyway thank you very much for your clarifications, I did not know that the problem was that they stopped supporting 32bit mongodb. But surely the best way will be to find a container station machine that integrates unifi for arm32 . Greetings and thanks
oyasama a écrit : ↑14 janv. 2020 11:06
Well, I finally found a docker for container station that works easily for Unifi, plus it updates frequently, although I haven't researched how to upgrade yet. In case anyone needs a Nas with Arm32 and that supports container with more than 1gb of ram, this is the one you should look for designed for Rpi 2/3 : https://hub.docker.com/r/ryansch/unifi-rpi of ryansch/unifi-rpi developer. After starting it, just put the network settings into bridge mode. Best regards
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