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    Hello,

    I installed spotweb via docker and I can connect to the setup page for spotweb. I also enabled mysql and did add a new spotweb database.

    When going through the spotweb setup and want to connect to the mysql database I am getting the error:


    [b]SQLSTATE[HY000] [2002] No such file or directory [/b] [b]Please correct the errors in below form and try again[/b]

    Whatever I am trying it does not solve the problem!

    Hope someone can tell me what might be the problem.

    Type: mysql
    Server: localhost
    database: spotweb
    username: spotweb
    password: ******

    Regards
  • New

    Hello,

    I installed spotweb via docker and I can connect to the setup page for spotweb. I also enabled mysql and did add a new spotweb database.

    When going through the spotweb setup and want to connect to the mysql database I am getting the error:




    Whatever I am trying it does not solve the problem!

    Hope someone can tell me what might be the problem.

    ype mysql PostgreSQL SQLite (untested)
    serverlocalhost
    databasespotweb
    usernamespotweb
    password*******



    Regards
  • New

    Hi all,

    I've just rented a SoYouStart single drive storage server which offers a one-click install of OMV. After getting nowhere for a while I've read somewhere that OMV won't allow you to allocate storage on the same drive that the OS (and OMV) is installed on.

    Is this the case? If so, the SoYouStart servers (in my opinion) are a waste of space and it looks like I'll have to start again and create NFS shares the old fashioned way.

    Thanks for looking
  • New

    Hello all,

    I have a problem with creating a scheduled wakealarm. (or more precisely, it is not possible for me)


    If I set the time at which the system should start, the following error occurs.

    Error wrote:

    |1[0-9]|2[0-9]|3[0-9]|4[0-9]|5[0-9]|$/'.']minute: The value '15' doesn't match the pattern '/^[0-9]|1[0-9]|2[0-9]|3[0-9]|4[0-9]|5[0-9]|$/'.


    I found another topic that was about this "...doesn't match the pattern-thing", but I am an absolute novice
    in Linux and/or OMV and therefore I can not interpret the (possible) solution "The update is in the repo now". ?(
    What should I do?

    TY

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