OMV 3 on UEFI

    • OMV 3.x

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    • I've never tried it but just follow the normal installation routine. Create a thumb drive installer (how-to is on the homepage of OMV) and boot from it. Then you can see the windows for entering all the necessary informations.
      I would suggest to back up your system drive in case something goes wrong or, just replace it with another unused one, which I would do.
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    • There is no mention how to do a UEFI boot installation medium.

      I use Linux already and don't have a problem to create a bootabel USB drive.

      I read an older tutorial, but thye wanted you to use Jessie as stable OS and install OMV after the install, would that still work with Debian 9 (stable)?
    • dirkme wrote:

      would that still work with Debian 9 (stable)?
      No. OMV 3.x only works on Debian 8 Jessie. You should be able to install Jessie on efi though
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    • dirkme wrote:

      Would "Debian-firmware-8.6.0-amd64-netinst.iso" be OK as install medium?
      I would use a newer release like 8.9 - look here - cdimage.debian.org/mirror/cdimage/archive/

      Source Code

      1. echo "deb http://packages.openmediavault.org/public erasmus main" > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/openmediavault.list
      2. apt-get update
      3. apt-get install openmediavault-keyring postfix
      4. apt-get update
      5. apt-get install openmediavault
      6. omv-initsystem
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    • I was able to hack together an uefi iso by using Debian files, but my EMMC hasn't detected, still trying to fix that part though.
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    • dirkme wrote:

      ehm, how do I actually create a Jessie UEFI image? mto boot and then install it on a UEFI drive?

      R.I.P. OMV you were an excelent NAS software but couldn't hold up with modern times booting terror from Micro$oft.
      You will find bootable ISO files on debian.org as ryecoaaron said in his post. Use etcher.io to make a bootable USB-Stick, boot in plain UEFI (not legacy) mode and you're done :thumbsup: I think there is no need for a dedicated UEFI omv ISO, keep coding on features and bugfixes, you awsome omv-guys <3