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  • tkaiser -

    Replied to the thread OMV 4.x Unable to install OMV on Ubuntu 18.04 (dependency issue).

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    Quote from randomthoughts: “Linux locker.trisect.eu 4.9.2-armada375 ” That's really bad. Kernel 4.9 is an LTS kernel and currently at version 4.9.145 released two days ago. The kernel your OMV instance is using hasn't been patched for over 23 months…
  • randomthoughts -

    Replied to the thread OMV 4.x Unable to install OMV on Ubuntu 18.04 (dependency issue).

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    To answer tkaiser's question first - root@locker:~# cat /proc/device-tree/model Marvell Armada 375 Development Boardroot@locker:~# root@locker:~# root@locker:~# uname -a Linux locker.trisect.eu 4.9.2-armada375 #1 SMP Mon Jan 23 16:52:54 CET 2017 armv7l…
  • Kai -

    Replied to the thread Slight difficulty understanding virtual login.

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    Quote from guzzisti: “How do you determine, that the passwort area "doe not accept any keyboard entry"? On a linux shell login, the password input does not show any character. Just type in the required password - no character will be shown - and press…
  • skettydog -

    Replied to the thread ZFS Plugin Install Failure on Fresh OS Install.

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    I think I got this figured out. I ended up following the zfsonlinux for Debian guide. github.com/zfsonlinux/zfs/wiki…#jessie-to-stretch-update
  • guzzisti -

    Replied to the thread Slight difficulty understanding virtual login.

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    How do you determine, that the passwort area "doe not accept any keyboard entry"? On a linux shell login, the password input does not show any character. Just type in the required password - no character will be shown - and press enter.
  • guzzisti -

    Replied to the thread Fast Write - Slow Read (NFS, SMB, SFTP).

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    No clue what might be wrong at the moment, just a question: Did you upgrade your installation to the lastest packages (via webgui or apt cli)? My box is running on kernel 4.18.x and my AMD E1-2100, which seems to have a similar performance than slightly…
  • tkaiser -

    Replied to the thread OMV 4.x Unable to install OMV on Ubuntu 18.04 (dependency issue).

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    Quote from randomthoughts: “SoYouStart storage server ” Just out of curiosity: Is this one of their ARM based offerings? If so I would really love to see the output of Source Code (2 lines)And one question pops up: if this is some storage server…
  • randomthoughts -

    Replied to the thread OMV 4.x Unable to install OMV on Ubuntu 18.04 (dependency issue).

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    Thanks for all replies I've been trying to get this working with a SoYouStart storage server using their OMV install option. Been trying for a few days and just can't find any way to create shared folders so I'm giving up and creating NFS shares…
  • crimsdings -

    Replied to the thread Fast Write - Slow Read (NFS, SMB, SFTP).

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    i can rule out network issues: Shell-Script (10 lines)
  • Markess -

    Replied to the thread OMV 4.x Unable to install OMV on Ubuntu 18.04 (dependency issue).

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    Quote from randomthoughts: “I'm using a VERY cheap server from SoYouStart, they offer an OMV install which I assume is a .ISO. Using this I couldn't select a device for shared folders. I'm now on Debian 9 and have the same problem. ” Just to…
  • goatmax -

    Liked flmaxey’s post in the thread pcie video card.

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    There are two types of Mobo's - those with integrated video output and those without a video output. Those without a video output generally (not always) need a video card just to boot. This is idle speculation but, something about installing the ssd…
  • goatmax -

    Replied to the thread pcie video card.

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    Thanks for the reply, the weird thing is I was already running omv4 ( upgraded from a way earlier version) on an ssd before with no probs and the board was a headless crypto mining machine in a previous life with no worries there either! Anyway did some…
  • Kai -

    Replied to the thread Slight difficulty understanding virtual login.

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    Quote from macom: “Quote from Kai: “It ran through its paces and finally ended up stopping at the [login] dos prompt. ” What you see is the CLI. You need to enter "root" as user and the password you created when you set up the installation.Admin is…
  • ryecoaaron -

    Replied to the thread OMV 3.x Upgrade 3.x -> 4.x update omv3 to omv4.

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    Remove the hwraid repo from /etc/apt/sources.list.d/omv-extras-org.list. It doesn't exist in OMV 4.x.
  • caseyj -

    Replied to the thread OMV 4.x Virtualbox on omv4.

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  • caseyj -

    Liked kekec888’s post in the thread OMV 4.x Virtualbox on omv4.

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    @Huberer hmm mine stays the same, but you are right with file vboxdrv, but that doesnt seems to affect or give any errors in log... Try this for autoboot: I made a workaround solution - i created a script in /etc/init.d/startvm startvm file…
  • tkaiser -

    Replied to the thread OMV 4.x RAID Creation Fails Every Time With Failed to Execute Command On New Installation.

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    Quote from geaves: “Then if a user came up with a problem on a Pi, because this is not going to go away, they can be pointed to ” That's nice for those people having fun spending their time on the forum and answering the same questions again and…
  • tkaiser -

    Replied to the thread OMV 3.x Plugins don't install (Odroid C1+ Erasmus 3.0.99.

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    Quote from hanscie: “Network/firewall problem detected ” Your box has no Internet access and the installation contains some quite old tools. So it seems you never updated Debian/OMV and I would assume that's related to the problems you face. The…
  • pierre2000 -

    Replied to the thread OMV 4.x Resolved Upgrade 3.x -> 4.x upgrade 3->4, Failed to start The PHP 7.0.

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    fixed it: Quote: “Problem after Upgrade
  • Quote from JakRuzL: “I use a Win10 laptop for work. I have a raspberry pi 3b and 2 500G (western digital I believe) drives with nothing on them. All I really want is to have multiple locations of the same set of files for redundancy just incase I lose…