Debian install : forum.openmediavault.org/index…?postID=193089#post193089
Emby with Letsencrypt. forum.openmediavault.org/index…?postID=194560#post194560
Guide to OMV4 Active Directory Share: forum.openmediavault.org/index…?postID=178447#post178447
Docker won't install: forum.openmediavault.org/index…?postID=193566#post193566
Remove weak reference error: forum.openmediavault.org/index…?postID=192191#post192191
Openvpn plugin guide : forum.openmediavault.org/index…?postID=183452#post183452
Can't reply to your post regarding OMV5. Have a look here: forum.openmediavault.org/index…?postID=190302#post190302
Thanks! I missed that.
Thanks tons for the videos! They have been very helpful. I know you spend a ton of time on them and I just want to let you know how much they are appreciated.
Have a great day!
Hi. First I want to say a big thank you for all your work on helping setting the OMV. It was verry easy to install and setup my OMV server with your videos. Second I need some help because I run in some problem mostly related to VPN part and I was wondering if I can get some help from you. Tried on the forum but the answers are not helping me to much. What will be the best way to contact you and have some guidance? Regards Razvan
Hey, first of all: thank you for your great Videos. I'm not new to Linux but it's my first time with webserver, nas and omv and they helped a lot.
But I can't get a nginx config to work after following your Letsencrypt tutorial. maybe you've seen my thread forum.openmediavault.org/index…ypt-Nxinx-Redirect-Error/ and maybe you have an idea how to fix this. Thank you anyway
Have you seen this page? forum.openmediavault.org/index…?postID=186181#post186181
More than likely you have typed something wrong.
Thank you for your response! I tried it now 25 or more times, and i cant find a tipo, if there is one. Encryption and SSL is working, but i only get the generic welcome page and neither nextcloud nor omv...
I just watched your video last night while installing OMV. First time installing something other than a microsoft OS. I was scared but your video walked me through with no issues. Good Job!
Thanks! Glad to help!
Thank you very much for all the excellent stuff. I need a Video hot to install SVN via Docker on OMV4. Can you help me?
I have not used it or installed it. I'll add it to the list. I periodically put a poll to ask what are the most requested videos. I would also just ask in the forums if someone has done it, that would be your quickest way to get help installing SVN.
Great screen name!
I would look at this container. It is very easy, but it depends on what you want it for. garethflowers/svn-server
There are 453 different docker images for SVN. hub.docker.com/search/?isAutom…Count=0&q=svn&starCount=0
Yes, thanks. More than one time. I chose an other one. The one rated with 33 Stars. It is called marvambass/subversion. I want it for my own Software Projects.
My Problem is what has to be filled in the fields where the paths have to be set...
thank you so much for all your great videos. very didactic for a beginner like me.
Just a quick question: in the video to install Nextcloud in docker at a time (6mn 41) you write "mysql -uroot -p" while everywhere I see "-u root -p". Is there a difference? because it seems to work for you, but I would not want to make a mistake.
Thank you for your reply
sorry for my english ..... all right from Google ;o)
That is the mysql syntax. Check this page out. It gives an example at "Run the mysql_upgrade utility in the MySQL 8.0 Server container:"
thank's a lot, super ! I read that to morrow
If you want to try I suggest to use svenihoney/wetty : hub.docker.com/r/svenihoney/wetty/
because is recent, use only 50MB and can define SSH port ( in my case I change default SSH port to difficult attacks).
I want to suggest wetty as sustitute for shellinabox the you use in your videos to access to shell, because in next version of OMV , use of dockers are preferable over plugings.
more info on: github.com/krishnasrinivas/wetty
Sounds good to me. You should suggest that in the forums for the developers to look at.
Do you try it?
It looks like only a terminal for docker. I don't think it accesses local files. You would have to install it into the system to use for OMV work.
It is a terminal emulator.
NO is like shellinabox, a way to access to your shell from chrome or firefox.
You need to configure:
REMOTE_SSH_SERVER = The realIp of your NAS
REMOTE_SSH_PORT = The port used by SSH ( I change default to other to be a little secure)
REMOTE_SSH_USER = root to use root privileges,,
and wetty ask for a password when connected to DockerHostIP:3000
please test: hub.docker.com/r/svenihoney/wetty/
PD:YES other wetty dockers are only terminal emulators , but this can access to your real files on the NAS Base Filesystem.
Windows Networking Help: forum.openmediavault.org/index…?postID=168753#post168753
Wanted to pop in say your videos are great and keep them coming. You're definitely doing the omv communtiy a lot of good by putting these videos out. Props.
Thanks! I like making videos and helping people, so glad it helps!
I appreciate what you're doing on the forum. A lot of users are visual learners and your Vid's are perfect for them. They (your videos) go a long way toward getting new users started and facilitate learning in general.
Thanks! Glad to help. I just try to make the videos I wish I had! I am glad they help other people and the community!
I need some help with letsencrypt docker, in fact with nginx config to use the docker,
can you help me ?
thanks in advanced.
My freeze post: forum.openmediavault.org/index…?postID=175827#post175827
Sorry, I haven't played with that yet, but I would say is to keep everything as stock as possible first. Don't change ports on omv. Instead change your docker ports like Heimdall to start. It will make it much easier to follow along and trouble shoot.
I think why you haven't gotten any response to your post, because you are doing things differently than everyone else. Just a guess.
Give me two weeks. I should have a letsencrypt video.
thanks for the videos they are a great help!
Your welcome! I am trying to make the videos that I wish I had when I started.