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  • The Class E Network

    ryecoaaron - - Off-Topic

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    Quote from geaves: “Yes I am, and the only reason is because my isp's router does not allow a dns entry only ddns....this is looking more toward using the Pi for Pi-Hole and maintaining OMV's DNS plugin on the my main OMV box. ” Why not enable dhcp on your pi-hole box? I am. Then you don't need the dns plugin.

  • Raid fail : how to destroy it ?

    ryecoaaron - - RAID

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    Quote from bart70: “umount /dev/md0 give no answer ” That means it unmounted (that is the Linux way - message on error). You should be able to stop the array now.

  • Raid fail : how to destroy it ?

    ryecoaaron - - RAID

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    That is the correct command if you array is /dev/md0 Try unmounting the filesystem with umount /dev/md0 It might be easier to boot a rescue cd (like systemrescuecd) that won't try mounting it.

  • Setting up Rsync

    ryecoaaron - - General

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    It couldn't find the rsync command. When specifying a command, you should use the full path - /usr/bin/rsync

  • Help with WiFi Driver (Update)

    ryecoaaron - - General

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    Most people don't use wifi on a nas and even less use an adapter that needs the driver compiled. That group gets even smaller when you are using an arm board (especially if you are using the 64 bit image). So, you don't have a wide audience to get info from. This post might help.

  • The Class E Network

    ryecoaaron - - Off-Topic

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    Quote from geaves: “Pi-Hole>>>Settings>>>DNS>>>>Custom 192.168.1.40#53 ” You don't need to specify port 53. That is the default DNS port.

  • This doesn't sound like a service issue. This sounds like an issue with the VM. What OS is running in the VM? Does it have enough memory?

  • The Class E Network

    ryecoaaron - - Off-Topic

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    Quote from geaves: “The one thing I found was when unbound was running directly on OMV, (like I had done ) OMV could not do dns resolution. ” Since you can't set a port for the dns server in the omv web interface, it would be difficult to use unbound on a port other than 53. Quote from flmaxey: “It may still be possible that this function (unbound) might work with Pi-Hole, on an R-PI. ” I installed unbound on my pi-hole system and it works great. The system has no problem resolving dns since the…

  • Openvpn plugin on OVM4 ?

    ryecoaaron - - Plugins

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    Quote from DrPeril: “Has any progress been made on the -as plugin? ” No and I doubt anyone is going to work on it. If you install the openvpn-as package, it has its own web interface and doesn't really need a plugin.

  • In that output, I don't see any reason the service wouldn't start unless that is the output after you manually start it.

  • Quote from Adoby: “If you have problems expanding the 2:nd partition the card might be bad? ” Maybe but expanding the partition does so little writing to the card that I doubt it would fail because of a bad card. Otherwise, I don't think you would have even succeeded writing the image to the card.

  • Apt Update and Apt Clean

    ryecoaaron - - Network

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    Definitely a DNS issue.

  • Quote from danieliod: “Is there a way to resolve it and load the service automatically again? ” Did you try disableing and then re-enabling the plugin? Otherwise, systemctl enable docker.service should do it. If that doesn't do, what is the output of: journalctl -u docker.service

  • Quote from Walster: “pastebin.com/4Zw0kdJE ” At the time below, you removed the plugin (guessing from the web interface) and this removed the plugin settings and docker which removed your dockers. There is nothing we can do to prevent losing your containers when this happens. Log started: 2018-11-11 19:14:23 Removing openmediavault-docker-gui (4.1) ... Removing docker-ce (5:18.09.0~3-0~debian-stretch) ...

  • Error with static ip on rock64

    ryecoaaron - - Network

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    Quote from Nefertiti: “dns-nameservers 8.8.8.8 8.8.4.4. ” The dot after the last four might actually be causing this but I haven't tested. The rest looks fine.

  • Quote from Walster: “Not sure whats going on here but would be great if you could point out a path to resolution. ” This really shouldn't happen unless you remove the plugin from the web interface (which would purge docker) and then re-install. Without seeing the output from the actual upgrade, it is hard to say what happened. What is the output of: cat /var/log/apt/term.log

  • Error with static ip on rock64

    ryecoaaron - - Network

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    Quote from Nefertiti: “Since it is not working for me is there a way to resolve it thru CLI? ” If the interfaces.d file is gone and /etc/network/interfaces is correct, then I don't know how to fix it. What does your /etc/network/interfaces look like?

  • The OS partition should be at least 3 GB.

  • Error with static ip on rock64

    ryecoaaron - - Network

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    Quote from Nefertiti: “How can I resolve this issue? I saw something about etc/NetPlan but I do not know if it can apply to OMV? ” Netplan is only on Ubuntu right now. So, this isn't the problem. For me, all I had to do was remove the interfaces.d file and configure the adapter from the OMV web interface.

  • Did you update to the latest package?