Can't access to OMV with my IP Adress

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    • Can't access to OMV with my IP Adress

      Hi there !

      I am a totaly new and i am discovering OMV witch seems totaly great !

      I have a problem : I dowloaded the last version of OMV for RPI (i have a RPI 3), i unzip its, i format my Micro SD Card 16go Sandisk with Sd formater, then i burn the img with Etcher on the SD. I put the SD into my rpi, i switch the power on and... A lot of things are failing... but i have an IP adress... I go on my browser, past and cut the Ip adress and... Nothing... I try agin to format, to burn the img many times, i tryed on another Sd card... Same results... I looked if the probleme came from my rooter box, no problem... Recallbox, Rasplex, Xbmc work perfectly and are connected... I tryed to connected as admin and root user and... i don't understand why it's not working. I put you somes screenshots, if you have an idea ? Maybe my SD cards are corrupted ?
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    • Dark_Calintz wrote:

      i unzip its

      Obviously you preferred to not read the readme.txt at Sourceforge telling you to skip unzipping and more importantly the REMAIN PATIENT PLEASE part:

      Source Code

      1. On first boot the installation will be finished. REMAIN PATIENT PLEASE since
      2. this can take up to 20 minutes with a slow SD card and slow internet
      3. connection (needs internet access to update all packages to latest version).
      4. After one automatic reboot SD card activity led stops blinking and then your
      5. Raspberry Pi is ready!
    • tkaiser wrote:

      Dark_Calintz wrote:

      i unzip its
      Obviously you preferred to not read the readme.txt at Sourceforge telling you to skip unzipping and more importantly the REMAIN PATIENT PLEASE part:

      Source Code

      1. On first boot the installation will be finished. REMAIN PATIENT PLEASE since
      2. this can take up to 20 minutes with a slow SD card and slow internet
      3. connection (needs internet access to update all packages to latest version).
      4. After one automatic reboot SD card activity led stops blinking and then your
      5. Raspberry Pi is ready!
      I have tried but it doesn't work for me, the pi reboot after around 2 minutes then start again and I can't access the web interface (I type 192.168.1.33 and it tell me connection refused)
      How do you get access to the console ??
    • Some thoughts:

      What is the size of your SD card?
      Have you tested your SD card with H2testw?
      Did you write the image with etcher without unpacking it?
      Did the Pi have internet connection (using ethernet) during the first boot?
      Did you wait long enough?
      Are you sure about the IP adress?

      Edit: Have you confirmed the MD5 or SHA1 code of the image?
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      The post was edited 1 time, last by macom ().

    • macom wrote:

      Some thoughts:

      What is the size of your SD card?
      Have you tested your SD card with H2testw?
      Did you write the image with etcher without unpacking it?
      Did the Pi have internet connection (using ethernet) during the first boot?
      Did you wait long enough?
      Are you sure about the IP adress?
      I did steps like this :
      Download the OMV_4_Raspberry_Pi_2_3_3Plus.img.xz file (it contain the img file)
      Download and install Etcher
      Open Etcher select the OMV_4_Raspberry_Pi_2_3_3Plus.img.xz and select my 16GB SD Card (I have tested two different SD card, 16gb and 32gb same problem with both card, they are both Kingston SD card)
      Wait for flash and verifying to finish
      Plug a screen on my raspberry, plug ethernet cable, plug a bluetooth keyboard and then plug the power
      On my screen the pi is starting it give me much errors (see the screens of this thread for error : Any fail on last image of raspberry pi3 OMV? No install)
      After about 2 minutes it restart
      It ask me for a login and give me an ip to connect, I go to my web browser type the IP 192.168.1.33 and it tell me ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED
      I try to connect with my login and password on raspberry, it show me some code (RASPBERRY PI 3 etc...) then show me the IP again and ask me for my login again.
      I try to connect via SSH with login root but I don't have the password

      The post was edited 2 times, last by jojos38 ().

    • Did you verify the MD5 code of the image after download?

      You can ignore the messages during the first boot. Many services are updated during this process.

      When you enter the IP in your browser, do you see the login page of OMV?
      If not, double check the IP adress assigned to your RPi in your router. AFAIK the IP shown on the screen connected to the server (RPi in your case) is not correct. Not sure if this is the case for RPi.
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    • macom wrote:

      Did you verify the MD5 code of the image after download?

      You can ignore the messages during the first boot. Many services are updated during this process.

      When you enter the IP in your browser, do you see the login page of OMV?
      If not, double check the IP adress assigned to your RPi in your router. AFAIK the IP shown on the screen connected to the server (RPi in your case) is not correct. Not sure if this is the case for RPi.
      No I don't know how to do, but I finally manager to get access to console I tried sudo apt-get update but it can't connect to any site (Could not resolve [...]) ? Ethernet problem ? The cable work fine on my computer

      EDIT: I fixed the internet problem by adding google DNS !
      now I am updating everything I will edit my post after that

      Okay I runned
      sudo apt-get update
      sudo apt-get upgrade

      then it asked me to enter ovm-initsystem to finish the update and when i do it it give me error /boot/initdr.img-[...] does not exist. Cannot update.

      EDIT 2:
      IT WORK !!!!

      Here how to fix the problem for those who have the same problem

      - First start the raspberry and let him configure and reboot

      - Then once it started, connect with user root and password openmediavault and set a new password

      - Run the command sudo reboot and wait for reboot

      - Once it rebooted run the commands

      sudo /etc/network/interfaces

      and add this line at the end : dns-nameservers 8.8.4.4 8.8.8.8

      Then run sudo reboot and after reboot run theses commands :

      sudo apt-get update
      sudo apt-get upgrade

      - Wait for finish

      - After that run sudo reboot and wait for reboot

      - Run the command omv-firstaid and select :
      clean apt
      clear local upload package repository
      clear web control panel cache

      - Run command sudo reboot

      - After reboot run the command omv-firstaid and go to Configure network interface

      - Click ok, ok... do not change anything

      - Once it's finished open the omv-firstaid again and select configure web control panel, keep the port 80 and select ok

      - Run again sudo apt-get update and sudo apt-get upgrade

      Now go to your web browser and try to connect with the provided IP when starting just type it in the url bar (most of the time 192.168.1.***)
      If it doesn't try but by adding :80 at the endd (for exemple 192.168.1.35:80)

      The post was edited 5 times, last by jojos38 ().

    • I have a simmilar problem like the one described here. I made the SD card with Etcher, following all the steps. The Raspberry does start with also a lot of errors. It does suggest me to visit the OMV site, and gives the option to enter the Raspberry Pi by entering username and password. besides that it gives the IP number. The IP number is correct, also in the router, but it does not allow me to enter into the Raspberry (Also not with the default username and password). I have been waiting for over 1 hour, which should be long enough, but the Raspberry didn't reboot, nothing has changed. Also there is no OMV login screen.
    • Well I am in the same boat I need to do a fresh install since I got issues on my backup with shared folders from a missing reformated drive, but cannot even access root
      root@192.168.2.56's password:openmediavault
      Access denied,
      I do not know what to do there!!
      By the way MD5 is correct
      I guess ton of new users wont be able to enjoy OMV!
    • Nefertiti wrote:

      Well I am in the same boat I need to do a fresh install since I got issues on my backup with shared folders from a missing reformated drive, but cannot even access root
      root@192.168.2.56's password:openmediavault
      Access denied,
      I do not know what to do there!!
      By the way MD5 is correct
      I guess ton of new users wont be able to enjoy OMV!

      Root access via ssh is disabled by default. Is this how you are trying to connect?
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    • gderf wrote:

      Nefertiti wrote:

      Well I am in the same boat I need to do a fresh install since I got issues on my backup with shared folders from a missing reformated drive, but cannot even access root
      root@192.168.2.56's password:openmediavault
      Access denied,
      I do not know what to do there!!
      By the way MD5 is correct
      I guess ton of new users wont be able to enjoy OMV!
      Root access via ssh is disabled by default. Is this how you are trying to connect?
      Yes I want to get into omv-firstaid like the post above but I guess I have to access the console first kind of catch 22 never got into this kind of basic problem any idea?
    • Root access can be enabled in the OMV web GUI, Services | SSH

      Or you can login via console as root and edit the file /etc/ssh/sshd_config and set:

      PermitRootLogin yes

      Then save the file and run:

      systemctl restart sshd

      But from your posts it's not clear to me how many ways you can access the system - web GUI, ssh, console, some of these or all of these.
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    • gderf wrote:

      Root access can be enabled in the OMV web GUI, Services | SSH

      Or you can login via console as root and edit the file /etc/ssh/sshd_config and set:

      PermitRootLogin yes

      Then save the file and run:

      systemctl restart sshd

      But from your posts it's not clear to me how many ways you can access the system - web GUI, ssh, console, some of these or all of these.
      The console I cannot do anything since my wireless Logitech keyboard is not detected web GUI this is the main issue SSH since it is disabled
      I am wondering is it possible to reset an old install backup by using apt-get --reinstall install openmediavault?