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  • Permission denied

    KM0201 - - General

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    Looking at the tag, you're using 3.0... that's your issue. The repositories have closed because the OS has been EOL for over a year. You have 2 options. 1. Clean install 4.0 2. There are multiple threads on the forum about this issue and getting your 3.0 OS updated to 4.0. Once you're system is updated, you need to do a better job of keeping your system up to date to avoid these problems.

  • Yeah... I'm reading up on it now, but you're or more or less just using docker compose with Portainer there... which as I said.. I always manage to screw up somehow. Looks like I'm gonna have to figure out how to not screw it up.. I was hoping there was either a simple environment variable I could add to a container .. "Don't start till this is up"... Thanks!

  • Yea I would like to keep this within portainer if possible. For some reason Everytime I mess with docker compose, things get screwed up.

  • On my test box for OMV 5, I've been working on deploying my containers. Everything is going smoothly, but Nextcloud is having a minor issue. Everything installs, sets up, and runs just fine. When I reboot the server, Nextcloud is unavailable at boot. If you've followed TDL's videos on setting up Nextcloud w/ secure access.. You know this is going to require 4 containers to work with each other (in order): MariaDB Nextcloud Duckdns Lets Encrypt What I've found, is when Nextcloud is unavailable at…

  • update management

    KM0201 - - General

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    Quote from cmertens: “Updates that won't be found/installed by apt-get update? ” To put it bluntly... no. If you're not very familiar with Linux (and it doesn't sound like you are)... think of it like this. omv-update, apt-update is simply checking the repositories that are enabled in your sources list, to see if there are updates that are needed. If updates are available, it will be noted when the command stops running.. but they will not be installed Once it sees updates are available, they'll…

  • Plex on Docker - looking for servers

    KM0201 - - Docker

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    Quote from WastlJ: “If you want to change it to bridged (already got that working, too) you need to specify those ports: -p 32400:32400/tcp \ this one at least, to make it work within your own network. Source Code (8 lines)those, if you want to reach it from the Internet. I´ve set up all my Containers just via CLI. Using portainer just to "manage" them. ” I did specify 32400 as you put above, and it never connected with a bridge connection.

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  • Plex on Docker - looking for servers

    KM0201 - - Docker

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    If it doesn't work, it doesn't work. Portainer isn't going to change that. It's clearly a networking problem however.

  • Plex on Docker - looking for servers

    KM0201 - - Docker

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    Well, I have no idea what the problem is, but it's definitely something to do with the network settings. I changed my network to "bridged" (as i've done multiple other containers)... and Plex could no longer connect. Changed it back to host.. things working again

  • Plex on Docker - looking for servers

    KM0201 - - Docker

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    Well, I went back to the official container... I now have it working on host.

  • Plex on Docker - looking for servers

    KM0201 - - Docker

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    Quote from WastlJ: “Just set it up with --net=host (or choosing host within Portainer). You also need to make sure that the GUID and UID is set properly and the user has permissions within the folders you also set up. Maybe I do some kind of tutorial for Portainer when OMV 5.x is out ” Did you set up the official plex docker, or the linuxserver one? I was trying the official one first, now I'm running into this issue on the linuxserver plex docker.. github.com/linuxserver/docker-plex/issues/128 …

  • Plex on Docker - looking for servers

    KM0201 - - Docker

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    After reading this thread.. I was messing around and setting up plex. I had the exact problem the OP did... webUI never found it, despite all indications were that it was running perfectly. A little deeper searching and I found this. support.plex.tv/articles/20460…-to-my-plex-media-server/ which has some suggestions (I haven't tried any of them).

  • No IP instead weird letters

    KM0201 - - Network

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    Quote from geaves: “Quote from thegameksk: “Under DHCP it says IPv4 start 192.168.1.2 and IPv4 end 192.168.1.254 ” That's not normal!! there is usually a range which is used to assign to DHCP requests on your network, as an example my router is assigned 254 but the DHCP range is 192.168.1.64 -192.168.1.253 this leaves anything before .64 to be used if necessary for static IP's. My router is not able to assign a static IP via MAC address nor can I add so that the PC can pick up that ip address vi…

  • No IP instead weird letters

    KM0201 - - Network

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    Did you try running omv-firstaid after deleting the reservation?

  • Is OMV5 out of beta?

    KM0201 - - Updates/Upgrades

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    Unfortunately I think this is why we are seeing a lot of folks downloading OMV 5 (who probably shouldn't be), because the ISO isn't clearly marked a beta.

  • Sorry, I'm not really familiar enough with plex (beyond it's very basic setup) to be of much help. You are using your server IP, right.. and not typing that exactly? ie... 192.168.1.xxx:/32400/web

  • Quote from geaves: “Quote from VladVons: “I installed x64 OMV image on my 250g and cant create shared folder because device item is unavailable. All space in a roor FS ” The only way I can explain this is from my own experience, using a 32Gb USB flash drive, OMV installed and created a partition to install, I had to use gparted to extend that root partition, but I have no intention of using the flash drive for anything other then OMV. If I understand what you are saying that OMV uses the whole 2…

  • Plex on Docker - looking for servers

    KM0201 - - Docker

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    # Login via the webui at http://<ip>:32400/web # # and restart the docker, because there was no # # plex token found in the preference file # Did you do that? I don't use Plex, so I'm not sure why you're having an issue.

  • Well it looks like you left your default port settings. According to Google, the default for the Plex webUI is your.server.ip:32400/web So I'd try that.

  • No IP instead weird letters

    KM0201 - - Network

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    Quote from thegameksk: “Quote from geaves: “Ok log in to your router and check ip address range and dhcp table. ” Quote from KM0201: “Makes sense. @thegameksk did you find anything in your router settings? If not, you could try downloading angry IP scanner to your desktop and run it, and it will scan all IP's on your network, and may show your OMV IP... angryip.org/ ” In my router it shows the connection but its in ipv6. Under DHCP it says IPv4 start 192.168.1.2 and IPv4 end 192.168.1.254. Not s…