Ever wanted to run Mac OS X in a virtual machine for developing or educational purposes? It’s actually quite easy to do.
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At the beginning of this year I wrote a small guide on how to “Install Synology DSM in a ESXi 5.x virtual machine“. Now that XPEnology has been updated to support version 5.2 of DSM, I though it was a good idea to update my previous post.
The Asus Zenbook u500vz ships with two 128GB SanDisk SSDs operating in a RAID 0 configuration by default. Yesterday I got my hand on such a device that had suffered from a severe disk crash, leaving just one of the drives accessible. What to do?
Back in 2011, I ordered myself a Synology Disk Station DS410 4-bay NAS in order to have a centralized and private storage solution for my files. I have to admit, the user interface and support from Synology superseded everything else at that time. Even now, four years later, I get free updates that provide many new features like running your own “Dropbox” clone. However, while the software continues to evolve, the hardware in the device sadly does not.