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  • Well done at least @ananas knows what he's doing I was reading the wipefs man pages but it wasn't until this wipefs -b -o 0xe8e0d3f000 -t noext4 the penny finally dropped. Another one to add to my growing howto list.

  • Quote from barney5: “unfortunately did not work. Do I have any other way to access the data differently? ” Perhaps yes, as this is a Raid 1 mirror the data is stored/mirrored on both drives, what other machines do you have? can you connect another drive to it either directly or via a usb connection?

  • Quote from macom: “Leave the system on for a while to make sure everything is happening on the array that needs to happen. ” I think that is the problem the system is being shutdown then restarted....if it's still not mounting then it's the fstab entry, whilst that can be added I have no idea on how omv sets the switches/options other than looking at my own.

  • Sorry my error, should be apt-get install -t jessie-backports linux-headers-amd64

  • No, follow this thread to confirm that this is the only way to remove that zfs signature on all of your drives have a look here

  • MPD Server Guide?

    geaves - - General

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    What might be incorrect is the extra arguments, I can understand -d and why @flmaxey has used that, but the invalid format implies that a format is not set correctly, i.e. capital letters rather than lower case. The -d makes sense, but it could be that it simply doesn't like or understand it. Just did a search try --device /dev/snd in the extra arguments

  • The Class E Network

    geaves - - Off-Topic

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    I seem to be getting my fair share of W10 machines to sort out recently, usually because of cumulative updates not installing correctly. I have a USB 2.0 to SATA bridge thingy, got it's own power supply and appropriate SATA cables, but I was wondering about getting one of those USB 3.0 to SATA connectors something like this one have you ever used anything like that? I know from here on the forum there are certain ones to stay clear of because of the chipset.

  • Quote from Alexio: “There's still hope Otherwise I'm buying a new HC1 to prevent future issues. ” Well good luck with it, certainly an odd one, not something I've seen before either.

  • New to OMV and Rasberry pi 3 b+

    geaves - - My NAS Build

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    Quote from cezargradianu: “Any words of wisdom when setting up the OMV? ” Agree with @ryecoaaron re the videos but don't expect miracles, it's a Pi it has it's restrictions, but they do work.

  • New to OMV and Rasberry pi 3 b+

    geaves - - My NAS Build

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    Quote from cezargradianu: “Omg ...... ”

  • New to OMV and Rasberry pi 3 b+

    geaves - - My NAS Build

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    Quote from cezargradianu: “Is there another way to boot from the micro SD? ” forum.openmediavault.org/index…6bf0316517c9cf803192f95a6 The usb to microsd is to copy the image to the sd card which you do with etcher, remove the sd card and put it in the sd slot on the pi.

  • New to OMV and Rasberry pi 3 b+

    geaves - - My NAS Build

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    Quote from cezargradianu: “Okay I’ll try and test it, and reflash and try again. I have just the USB TO MICROSD converter. That is all. Nothing else in the usb slots. Just power, and Ethernet. ” Are you booting from that usb to microsd?

  • New to OMV and Rasberry pi 3 b+

    geaves - - My NAS Build

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    TBH if you've done all that the only difference between yours and my own is the sd card brand...the only other option I can think of is to test the sd, re flash it with etcher, no need to erase the sd first and try again.

  • New to OMV and Rasberry pi 3 b+

    geaves - - My NAS Build

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    Was this connected to your network via ethernet during installation? You can test your sd cards using this Another option and always worth a try (but you'll need a tv, mouse and keyboard) install noobs or raspbian that would test the card as well as the board.

  • Quote from Alexio: “What do you mean with 'on a standard pc you would just look in the bios'? ” Sorry should have made that clearer, drive information is viewable in the bios on a laptop/pc but that's not possible on sbc's. The fact that you have connected the drive to a banana pi and the information is displayed correctly could point to a problem with the controller on the HC1, or another thought is the sd card on the HC1 is corrupt but usable. You've already eliminated the drive, so it's eithe…

  • Quote from Alexio: “Also verified with a second disk, this one has the same issue (no model and S/N on main system, model and correct S/N on second system). ” To me that would point to a controller problem/issue rather than the drive, seeing as how you have tested another HD, but you say you can create a file system, share and access it....on a standard pc you would just look in the bios. I might have missed something in your write up, have you attached the drive to the Banana Pi? and if so does…

  • New to OMV and Rasberry pi 3 b+

    geaves - - My NAS Build

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    You need to use a quality micro sd card something like a sandisk class 10, download the image and use etcher to flash the image to the card, plug the card in, connect to ethernet and wait, this should take no more than 30 mins to complete. Most common problems are related to poor quality sd cards, the image you want is here

  • NTFS Support

    geaves - - General

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    Quote from Earthlings: “BTW... I don't know unix or linux at all coming from Windows y'all ” Just means you'll need 2 hats the thing is Linux will mount and read an NTFS drive, try plugging a drive formatted to EXT4 in Linux into a Windows machine...it wants to format it!! But take note of @jollyrogr post whilst this would be a PITA the overall outcome is beneficial + there is a way to mount an EXT4 drive on a windows box

  • NTFS Support

    geaves - - General

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    Quote from Earthlings: “Can someone please let me know how to make OMV support NTFS please. ” You can't make OMV 'support' NTFS....think about what you have asked and rephrase it. Perhaps you'll get an answer.

  • remove missing hard disk

    geaves - - General

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    You'll have to carry on searching the config.xml the shared folder will be in there relating to the drive, there would have been a more straightforward route with the xml being the last resort.