As reported previously, bliss now runs in Synology DSM 7, the latest (although currently in-beta) major version of the Synology NAS operating system. This new release of bliss contains support for DSM 7.
bliss will now run on DSM 7. However, as DSM 7 is not fully released, we’re not making it that easily available yet. Instead, you can directly download the bliss version for DSM 7 at the following URL:
There are pre-requisites for DSM 7 operation:
- You need to install Java. There is no longer an official Java package, so you should install an alternative. See the previous announcement for a suggestion.
- You must grant bliss access to your music folder.
- You’ll have to re-install your licence. If you can’t find it, send us an email to email@example.com
Oh, and we now support the Geminilake architecture for Synology.
We’ve made some more improvements:
- DSF files over 2GB can now be written.
- Improved activity logging for assessments.
- Reduce amount of work when resizing artwork.
- Don’t retry fixes that failed during “fix-album”.
- Never try to move directories in the folder from which music files have been moved.
- When running automatic fixing, re-assess before making further fixes after all fixes from a particular rule have been executed.
- Dispose of file handles in backup rule.
- Updated the code signing certificate.
Downloading and installing
You can download from the downloads page.
After you click through, installation instructions are available on the page following download.