IPKG and pyLoad after updating to DSM 5.0 to install

Yesterday was the, DSM 5.0 Synology has finally released. Thanks to the many cloud features I wanted to quickly get the update. But as with any update, I have two important questions for me:

Works IPKG then?
Works pyLoad then?
I can now respond to both questions is "YES". It must be installed but again but that should be no problem. Here are the steps that need to go through their.

Danger: The following procedure is only for NAS with Marvell Kirkwood CPU! What you have in your device can be found in this table.

Disclaimer: Basically, much of it from the Synology Wiki. However, it has not done anything yet on DSM 5.0 taken into account and at the pyLoad installation is still a mess. Therefore, here in beautiful structured way.

install IPKG

connect via SSH to the NAS

(Create if not available with mkdir / volume1 / public)
wget http://ipkg.nslu2-linux.org/feeds/optware/syno-x07/cross/unstable/syno-x07-bootstrap_1.2-7_arm.xsh

I tap on Insert, in line 21 the 3 Remove mark "-KW" (without "")
then with ESC and :exit and save wq

PATH and export PATH with # uncomment
then reboot the system

 

- Thus starting her IPKG
install pyLoad

Now the system is prepared so far and can be installed pyLoad, this best manually.

You will receive a wizard with the make her the first settings can. Important: If you pyLoad you had ever installed, give the right to Configpfad (the path where settings are stored as well as all downloads), because then you can make off with the settings of your old installation.

pyLoad is now installed and can also be used at http://NAS_IP:8000 - I would recommend you have a startupscript. Here best follow this link.

Install wget for Mac OS X

Mac OS X comes standard with curl instead of wget. While both programs do the same, However, I would like to have wget, as this is used by my existing scripts. Prerequisite for the following HowTo is an installation of Apple XCode Developer Tools, In addition, the Command Line Tools installed (XCode -> Preferences -> Downloads -> Components)*.
Update: The shortcut to automatically load the latest version has been unfortunately removed. So it is first the latest version of wget out at the following URL http://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/wget/ and then insert it into the first row instead of VERSION below.

Per Terminal is installed wget then follows:

And we also clean up again:

Alternatively, the installation is also Homebrew (brew install wget) or MacPorts (sudo port install wget) possible.

Update: From version 1.13 wget requires the installation default GnuTLS instead of OpenSSL. * GnuTLS but is not installed by default. We can instruct the installation but, OpenSSL to use in which we extend the above ./configure to a suitable switch: