This is how I installed ipkg and kernel modules on my Synology SAN (my version is the DS1010+) All stuff source is grabbed from here but just in case it dissapears one day I add to my blog.
Download and install the bootstrap script
go to the following url http://ipkg.nslu2-linux.org/feeds/optware/ and download the file for your synology Here for DS1010 (Intel Atom) it is syno-i686/cross/stable/syno-i686-bootstrap_1.2-7_i686.xsh
Put the file somewhere on one of your nas share (in my case choosed NetBackup so /volume1/NetBackup/)
Then you need to enable SSH from Synology DSM. Log on the Synology Web Interface, then go to Control Panel, Terminal, and check Enable SSH service.
Reboot your Synology.
Then connect with ssh or putty to your synology with root account (same password as admin account) and set the downloaded script as executable
chmod ug+x /volume1/NetBackup/syno-i686-bootstrap_1.2-7_i686.xsh
sh /volume1/NetBackup/syno-i686-bootstrap_1.2-7_i686.xsh Optware Bootstrap for syno-i686. ..blah... ..blah... ... Successfully terminated. Setup complete.
now reboot the Synology
Once done SSH connect back to the syno with root account and update package repository with the two following command
ipkg update ipkg upgrade
then you can install any package you need, for example nano
ipkg install nano
If after a DSM update installation and customizations are broken check the following.
SSH to the synology and verify that you have optware still here
ls /volume1/@optware bin include ipkg-P33TSs libexec sbin tmp etc ipkg-3e0RAH lib man share var
Now verify that the file in /etc/rc.local contains the following
#!/bin/sh mount -o bind /volume1/@optware /opt # Optware setup [ -x /etc/rc.optware ] && /etc/rc.optware start mount -o bind /volume1/@optware /opt
Add the paths (/opt/bin and /opt/sbin) of optware if not present on /root/.profile file edit /root/.profile and set the path (in bold)
Reboot your Synology, ipkg and other services should be back….