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  • Thanks ever so much. All is working smoothly now.

  • Works. Should I enable user home directories in SMB and/or Apple Filing as well?

  • Quote from ryecoaaron: “Enabling home directories would put the /home/wayne directory on a data disk (which seems to be what you want). It won't move it now though. So, you need to enable home directories, either create a new username or delete the old one and recreate. If your data can be re-sync'd, then rm -rf /home/wayne will remove the files. ” Enable home directories under User Setting - and choose a data disk as the destination?

  • Quote from ryecoaaron: “It looks like syncthing is syncing the files to a user's home directory. What is the output of: du -d1 -h -x /home/ | sort -h ” forum.openmediavault.org/index…6bf0316517c9cf803192f95a6 I ran the same command with /home/Wayne, and what do you know, a whole bunch of my synced folders were in there. So I'm guessing I am suppose to allow home directories? Just a guess. What is the command to delete those files/folders in /home/Wayne? Should I delete the folder /Wayne and its …

  • Quote from ryecoaaron: “You need to check what is filling the partition. I'm guessing it is logging a lot of errors. What is the output of: du -d1 -x -h / | sort -h ” forum.openmediavault.org/index…6bf0316517c9cf803192f95a6

  • Well, I guess I will reply to my own thread. Today I loaded a fresh install of OMV on a Raspberry Pi 3B+ and the same thing happened as did with the Odroid. On this install I had only one shared folder and it was on Disk1, a 750gb 2.5" Hitachi. I was syncing from the pi to just one desktop mac. Surely someone out there can give me an answer to my plight. forum.openmediavault.org/index…6bf0316517c9cf803192f95a6 forum.openmediavault.org/index…6bf0316517c9cf803192f95a6

  • Quote from TechnoDadLife: “You should use an external hard drive with your Raspberry pi. You don't want to be copying thing t the SD card, other wise you will shorten its life. ” I have a brand new 4TB Western Digital connected via powered USB. It probably doesn't make much difference but I'm running an Odroid UX4. I know there is a lot of negative on the UX4 but everything has loaded up nicely and performed perfectly, until I actually started to implement a serious backup. I did a fresh install…

  • I have just gotten my new install on an Odroid to run smoothly. Running Syncthing to sync two Macs to each other and the Odroid. As the sync is in progress my mmcblk1p2 partition space continues to fill up until at about 13% complete sync for the Odroid the mmcblk1p2 partition usage indicator turns red at 85%/6.13gb full. At this point Syncthing shuts down. I am new at this. Any direction would be helpful. forum.openmediavault.org/index…6bf0316517c9cf803192f95a6

  • Way back at the first install video of OMB you create a "Downloads" folder, but never use it in the setups for Nextcloud or Let's Encrypt. I am needing that folder name in Syncthing for backing up/syncing folders on my two computers. Is there any reason I cannot do so? On the router issue, I probably will not turn it into a vegetable just yet. Right now I am wrestling with starting over with OMV. My previous install was on a 16gb card and when I started syncing my computers for the first time ye…

  • Quote from TechnoDadLife: “I almost thought you said "Thank you mulchly". I guess I was reading your tag. ” That's funny. Well, the article on Airport Extreme was a wash. Thanks for the effort though. I have just about decided-based on the total lack of pertinent internet info-that an Airport Extreme is not able to do what "we" want. I have ordered a Netgear R7000 which should be here tomorrow. At the point in ssh where you enter "docker logs -f letsencrypt" you say in the video that this will t…

  • Thank you muchly!

  • @TechnoDadLife, I'm not as far along on this one as Nefertiti is. I am still stuck at port forwarding. In your example you have "internal" and "external" ports where your forwarding info is placed. I'm on a Macintosh using Airport Extreme and my settings for port forwarding looks like what's below. I have found the mac address of my Odroid. In the settings below, does "public" and "private" correlate to "external" and "internal"? And then the 80/90 & 443/450 ports: which is LDP and which is TCP?…

  • Nefertiti-There may be some confusion here. You won't see the comments if you are viewing the video from the forums. You need to view the video at the YouTube site and read the comments below. Tecno Dad Life-One thing that threw me right at the end @ 11:07 in the first Nextcloud video was that you said/typed nextcloud as the database name instead of nextclouddb. The setup timed out on the browser. After screaming in pain a few seconds I clicked the back arrow in Firefox and changed the database …

  • Quote from TechnoDadLife: “Yes, use the lsioarmhf images. ” Using the lsioarmhf images did it for me on the Odroid XU4. Thanks for the videos. I should have read the YouTube page description. I’m still working on a few hitches but I see the light at the end of the tunnel.

  • Quote from Nefertiti: “Definitely still struggling big time on this wish TechnoDadLife could give me a hint! UPDATE Well I think for the Raspberry we need to use the servers below in dockers lsioarmhf/nextcloud lsioarmhf/mariadb ” Interesting I will give it a try. Incidentally, I have been messing with an Odroid UX4. OMV installed like butter with the Odroid package. I haven't tried to add Nextcloud yet. (Got Nextcloud to work perfectly by itself on top of Ubuntu-Mate 18.04 on the Odroid.) I won…

  • Well, I'm sorry, but what I suggested in my previous comment didn't work how I wanted, at least not how I expected. I was able to get files to populate into the Nextclouddb folder but none of them were custom.cnf so when I opened it up in the ssh it was still blank. If you go into your User settings in OMV you will see a permissions sub-menu. Select/highlight your user and click on Permissions and check the box for "read/write" of the Nextclouddb folder. There is a similar Permissions and also a…

  • I’m not at my computer to see exactly but this should work for you. Under Shared Folders highlight your folder and click Permissions in the menu bar above and then check the box next to admin and what ever user you have in place. Click save, yes, save, yes... you know the drill. Next, click the ACL button in the menu bar above and I think there is just one check box. Check it and do the save, yes, save thing again. I think you should do that for AppData and Nextcloud folders, maybe all of your s…

  • Thanks for the nudge riff-raff. Oh my! I just discovered the ACL tab in "Shared Folders". I looked at the guide you linked to above and read something about ACL so I went back to my OMV install and poked around Shared Folders, and there it was, permissions and all. Thanks again.

  • Is that right? It's the same for the Nextclouddb also. It's a little confusing to me that you can create a shared folder and set permissions in OMV, but then you have to go to your computer to nest any folders within that folder. forum.openmediavault.org/index…6bf0316517c9cf803192f95a6 forum.openmediavault.org/index…6bf0316517c9cf803192f95a6

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    I'm sure this is a stupid question, but there are several "syncthing" plugins that pop up in Docker. Which one should I install, and what are the settings for creating the container? I'm a Mac user with a Rpi3B+ running OMV 4. Please help a noob. forum.openmediavault.org/index…6bf0316517c9cf803192f95a6