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  • Corrupted device list

    KimDzongAxel - - General

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    I don't know how I solved it. I've mounted it as /nas and then deleted it from fstab... and it worked. Dunno how or why, but it did.

  • apt-get error

    KimDzongAxel - - Updates/Upgrades

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    Check whether your machine is visible in router. It might be caused by rejection at network access level (had excatly the same problem). Try to ping something on WAN (google for instance). This happeded to me when I set OMV to static IP in the range of DHCP, this caused NAS to be invisible to router and effectively disconnected me from the WAN.

  • Corrupted device list

    KimDzongAxel - - General

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    Yeah, the dir exists and I can access it via ssh/debian gui. I was even able to retrieve test download file that was stored there. I don't really know what do You mean asking whether file system is mounted (scope of question). No I don't have /sharedfolders defined as a mount point in debian Yes I'm referencing it (ie. utorrent download folder) Yes it was mounted in OMV (now it shows it is mounted but I cannot do anything with it) I believe that some time ago I've saw some post somewhere online …

  • Corrupted device list

    KimDzongAxel - - General

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    Hello, after my initial trial when using standalone OMV 4.0 derailed and drowned in errors, I decided to go debian+omv approach as it seemed a little more robust. Everything went fine with configuration until today. I've installed omv 4.0 using provided shell scripts, mounted and formated my RAID array, made some shares, and enabled samba server with access to one of the shared folders (/Downloads). I've set utorrent default save location to /sharedfolders/Downloads and began testing. Everything…

  • Enabling services webgui to user

    KimDzongAxel - - General

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    I see that You've added " An examples is in the openvpn pluginby omv-extras." yet I fail to see how VPN is going to solve this problem. Also what is cups? I cannot see any package named such name. Could You be more precise please or at least guild me to thread where this has been discussed, as I fail to find such.

  • Enabling services webgui to user

    KimDzongAxel - - General

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    Hello, I'm quite new to OMV family, actually I'm in the deployment process of my first machine. I've looked on google and tried to look on forum, no luck with either approach. If my question was answered, please point me to solution and I'll delete this thread. Short question: Can I grant user access to web gui plugin/service menu? Long question: I'm currently setting up OMV machine as a upgrade from synology machine. One of requirements was to allow users to use equivalent of "Download station"…