Anyway to get back to the Issue NO GUI I did format SD card formatter I use H2testw to make sure is legit used etcher to read the zip download also the zip many time
No difference something is not right in the booting process I wish somebody could look at it.
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unless you have a different linux system that you can mount the sd card and edit /etc/ssh/sshd_config to permit root login.
In other threads it has been reported that issues might have been caused by Etcher. In one case the reported solution was to use an earlier version of Etcher. In another it was reported that problems were solved after using Win32DiskImager.
No idea if Etcher was the root cause, but might be worth a try.
Which ever one you feel comfortable with.
I am still trying to get to the issue. If you guys can't login to view logs and/or run omv-firstaid, then I can't help. So, I am looking at it. I can't reproduce this on my RPis. I need to know if omv-firstaid fixes it and what is in the nginx logs.
Anyway with the new keyboard
I was able to login as root changed the PW
went to OMV-first-aid did the 2 options about web control panel #2 & #10
I did try tail /var/log/nginx/openmediavault-webgui_error.log
got nothing neither with
sudo useradd -G sudo,ssh -s /bin/bash test555
sudo passwd test555
But since OMV-FIRSAID finally gave me acces to the gui I put root SSH on
went to WIN-SCP to /VAR/LOG/NGINX got all the logs but openmediavaullt-webgui_error log was empty but got all the other one let me know if I can help with something else.
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If omv-firstaid fixes it then somehow OMV's nginx and/or php-fpm config is missing/incorrect. This should be fixed automatically if the system updates properly which leads me back to thinking this is a network/dns issue. Nothing in the image can fix this other than skipping the updates (which I think is a bad idea).
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