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    • Latest Docker plugin update

      Yep, for me the same. Did the update tonight and didn’t have any problems!

      Thanks again @ryecoaaron
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    • botteur wrote:

      Is the update fixed? Can I update without risk?
      If you have a backup, your risk is greatly reduced. That said, most people are able to upgrade without issues. The other users have been able to have their problem solved fairly easily.
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    • ryecoaaron wrote:

      TechnoDadLife wrote:

      For the future of docker, I found this: Cockpit
      I've been testing cockpit for months on my omv test VM. It doesn't seem to have any docker features that I can find. It is more for managing one or more machines. Maybe it has more features when running on redhat machines but it is pretty spares on Debian.
      The link to the article shows how to set up dockers. Make Container Management Easy With Cockpit

      It looks like you have been busy while I have be gone. Nice Work!
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    • TechnoDadLife wrote:

      The link to the article shows how to set up dockers.
      Either it doesn't have that option on Debian or my install needs to be updated because I don't see any container option.

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    • ryecoaaron wrote:

      TechnoDadLife wrote:

      The link to the article shows how to set up dockers.
      Either it doesn't have that option on Debian or my install needs to be updated because I don't see any container option.


      I have it installed. You just need to follow the directions above to add it.
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    • TechnoDadLife wrote:

      I have it installed. You just need to follow the directions above to add it.
      I didn't realize there was a bunch of cockpit packages. I didn't have cockpit-docker installed. So, I looked to see what other packages there are. I saw some good ones and installed them: cockpit-docker cockpit-machines cockpit-packagekit cockpit-storaged

      Needless to say, I am impressed. The virtual machine section is a very good frontend for kvm. Just need to install a few other things: apt-get install virtinst qemu-kvm qemu-utils and I have a VM running with an excellent web console (see attached pic) :) Some more testing and I might be recommending this instead of virtualbox. The container stuff is very good as well. Simple to use and adds the ports/volumes automatically.


      Hell, with the storage plugin, it does a lot of what OMV does. I think people will probably like the terminal emulator. I installed cockpit on a second VM and was easily able to add it to the first cockpit instance. Pretty cool managing both machines from one interface. I will be playing with this a lot more...
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    • ryecoaaron wrote:

      TechnoDadLife wrote:

      I have it installed. You just need to follow the directions above to add it.
      I didn't realize there was a bunch of cockpit packages. I didn't have cockpit-docker installed. So, I looked to see what other packages there are. I saw some good ones and installed them: cockpit-docker cockpit-machines cockpit-packagekit cockpit-storaged
      Needless to say, I am impressed. The virtual machine section is a very good frontend for kvm. Just need to install a few other things: apt-get install virtinst qemu-kvm qemu-utils and I have a VM running with an excellent web console (see attached pic) :) Some more testing and I might be recommending this instead of virtualbox. The container stuff is very good as well. Simple to use and adds the ports/volumes automatically.


      Hell, with the storage plugin, it does a lot of what OMV does. I think people will probably like the terminal emulator. I installed cockpit on a second VM and was easily able to add it to the first cockpit instance. Pretty cool managing both machines from one interface. I will be playing with this a lot more...
      Yes, it could solve some of the problems of omv. It is not perfect, but it is a simple alternative.
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    • TechnoDadLife wrote:

      Yes, it could solve some of the problems of omv. It is not perfect, but it is a simple alternative.
      Just wanted to let you know that adding that PPA is not needed. It is out of date and the package in its repo is older than what's in the stretch-backports repo.
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    • macom wrote:

      May it cause issues if users are managed from Cockpit and OMV?
      It shouldn't be too bad unless you remove a user and they have permissions assigned to shared folders. Otherwise, adding users shouldn't hurt anything.
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    • @TechnoDadLife

      I followed your video on YouTube

      But I can not login to Cockpit. It will not accept any user:password combination including the root user. It just says permission denied.

      Any ideas?


      SOLVED

      Problem:

      Nov 25 21:55:36 omv cockpit-session[929]: pam_shells(cockpit:account): /etc/shells is either world writable or not a normal file

      Solution:

      sudo chmod 644 /etc/shells
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    • Hello TenoDaddy right away I ran into a problem do you know what is the problem?
      I double checked the spelling apt-get install virtinst qemu-kvm qemu-utils

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      1. root@rockpro64:~# apt-get install virtinst qemu-kvm qemu-utils
      2. Reading package lists... Done
      3. Building dependency tree
      4. Reading state information... Done
      5. Package qemu-kvm is not available, but is referred to by another package.
      6. This may mean that the package is missing, has been obsoleted, or
      7. is only available from another source
      8. E: Package 'qemu-kvm' has no installation candidate
    • Nefertiti wrote:

      Hello TenoDaddy right away I ran into a problem do you know what is the problem?
      I double checked the spelling apt-get install virtinst qemu-kvm qemu-utils

      Source Code

      1. root@rockpro64:~# apt-get install virtinst qemu-kvm qemu-utils
      2. Reading package lists... Done
      3. Building dependency tree
      4. Reading state information... Done
      5. Package qemu-kvm is not available, but is referred to by another package.
      6. This may mean that the package is missing, has been obsoleted, or
      7. is only available from another source
      8. E: Package 'qemu-kvm' has no installation candidate
      It could be that it is not in the arm repo. Anybody have an arm machine up and running?
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    • TechnoDadLife wrote:

      It could be that it is not in the arm repo. Anybody have an arm machine up and running?
      qemu-kvm is an i386/amd64 package only (not sure why) - packages.debian.org/search?sui…n=names&keywords=qemu-kvm
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    • ryecoaaron wrote:

      TechnoDadLife wrote:

      Yes, it could solve some of the problems of omv. It is not perfect, but it is a simple alternative.
      Just wanted to let you know that adding that PPA is not needed. It is out of date and the package in its repo is older than what's in the stretch-backports repo.
      I didn’t even try. I just assumed it would be in the repo. I like the easy way. :thumbup:
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