NAS326 - permanently disable beeps?

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Teligence
Teligence Posts: 11  Freshman Member
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Is there a way to permanently disable beeps that survives a restart?

I recently discovered that my RAID was degraded, beeping constantly, and without me there to login and disable it via the interface, the piercing noise drives everyone else in the house absolutely BONKERS!

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  • Mijzelf
    Mijzelf Posts: 2,681  Guru Member
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    If you login over ssh and execute

    buzzerc -s && rm /sbin/buzzerc
    

    the buzzer will stop, and not come back again. But it won't survive a reboot. To survive a reboot you'll have to run a script on boot which executes above code.

    On way to get that done is to install the package RandomTools, and put your script in /i-data/sysvol/.PKG/RandomTools/etc/custom_startscripts/

  • Teligence
    Teligence Posts: 11  Freshman Member
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    Thx. I'm not Linux proficient, so:

    1. Where can I find RandomTools?
    2. How do I install it? (how do I create the non-existent subdirectories?)
    3. I've seen other posts from you that also reference MetaRepository. Do I need that also?

  • Mijzelf
    Mijzelf Posts: 2,681  Guru Member
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    By installing MetaRepository you get access to 3th party packages, among which RandomTools. The RT package will create the non-existent directories.

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