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  • OMV Qemu-KVM

    henkall - - General

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    Hi there. I would like to add that if your using cockpit to controll your vm's on omv 5 you could via a docker containing virt manager get almost the same experience as with VirtualBox. I would actually say that it is a little more advanced than VirtualBox. Sendt fra min Nokia 6.1 med Tapatalk

  • Cockpit: To be or not to be

    henkall - - General

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    Just to clarify my statement: "a bit better" I did alot of fiddling around and was able to install windows 10, but it was crappy as hell. I don't know if it maybe was the hardware that I was using that was not supported. I was seeing my memory peaking and the cpu was running at 100% jumping up and down. So my experience was really bad. It also took a lot of trial and error before I even could start the VM. OBS: you have to be sure that you storage pool is active and your network domain is active…

  • Cockpit: To be or not to be

    henkall - - General

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    Hi. I have also tried the Virtual Machines part of the Cockpit and it looks nice but it does not work as good as it looks. But are you sure you have installed the right things. apt install cockpit apt install cockpit-dashboard apt install cockpit-bridge apt install cockpit-system apt install cockpit-storaged apt install cockpit-networkmanager apt install cockpit-packagekit This is the two extras I found out that my install was missing: apt install libvirt-dbus apt install dnsmasq after installin…

  • Any news on OMV Extras for OMV 5?

    henkall - - Plugins

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    Ohh sorry my bad. I must have messed up my installation. I just tried with a new install and that does not seem to have any problems. I am very sorry to have taken up your time with this dumb issue i had. Thank you for your time. You are welcome to delete the comments i made here. So sorry again. I've should have done some more research before posting here.

  • Any news on OMV Extras for OMV 5?

    henkall - - Plugins

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    Quote from ryecoaaron: “Quote from henkall: “I looked at the source lidt and then there was the "sid" statement. ” What file? omv-extras doesn't add sid anywhere unless you installed OMV 5.x on sid. omv itself would be do the same thing. I would be curious to see the output of lsb_release -a from your system.” I used the ISO on the sourcheforge site. Sendt fra min Nokia 6.1 med Tapatalk

  • Any news on OMV Extras for OMV 5?

    henkall - - Plugins

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    Quote from ryecoaaron: “Quote from henkall: “I just think it is a bit much for this little thing. ” What is a bit much? Quote from henkall: “I would just mention to the OMV-Extras plugin developer the you should probably look into the source list that is being created when for example trying to install pve kernel and turning on testing in the plugin. ” Not sure what you mean. You can't install the pve kernel on an arm board and the testing repo in omv-extras is just a omv-extras repo. It doesn't…

  • Any news on OMV Extras for OMV 5?

    henkall - - Plugins

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    I maybe should make my own threat about this but I just think it is a bit much for this little thing. I would just mention to the OMV-Extras plugin developer the you should probably look into the source list that is being created when for example trying to install pve kernel and turning on testing in the plugin. Hint: "sid" ?? Keep up the good work.

  • Portainer: Much Ado About Nothing

    henkall - - Docker

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    Quote from ryecoaaron: “Quote from henkall: “Then I am missing something. Cockpit is writing on their site that it is available right now. ” Nope. Look here - https://packages.debian.org/search?suite=default§ion=all&arch=any&searchon=names&keywords=cockpit And this is after an apt-get update: (Hidden Content) The page doesn't say it is explicitly available in the Debian repos. It just says 201 is available. The package maintainers probably need to test and/or approve. ” Sorry did not see that. I…

  • Portainer: Much Ado About Nothing

    henkall - - Docker

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    Quote from ryecoaaron: “Quote from henkall: “how do we get the newest version of Cockpit version 201? ” Wait for it to be put in the debian backports repo is the best way. ” Then I am missing something. Cockpit is writing on their site that it is available right now. forum.openmediavault.org/index…df7761852613b2e1e333dd3d3forum.openmediavault.org/index…df7761852613b2e1e333dd3d3

  • Portainer: Much Ado About Nothing

    henkall - - Docker

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    Sorry for interupting again, but how do we get the newest version of Cockpit version 201? When Cockpit is installed it only installs 199. I tried to follow the instructions on Cockpits site but still getting the message that cockpit 199 is the latest version. Oh and by the way thank you for your good work and awesome support. I love using OpenMediaVault. I use every day.

  • Portainer: Much Ado About Nothing

    henkall - - Docker

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    Cockpit seems like the best way to go for the docker part and maybe also if you want to make virtual machines. But I am not quite sure if this is something I should ask for here or if it is at Cockpits cummunity. Would it be possible to be able to browse for locations when defining path's to docker containers in stead of writing it manually? Just like we did with the old docker ui. It would make things much easier and prevent potential typos. And a other thing I am having problems with starting …

  • Abandoned plugins

    henkall - - Plugins

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    That's maybe why. I don't think I have removed the noexec from the mount point where my config is on. Thank you for the info. Had not really thought about that.

  • Abandoned plugins

    henkall - - Plugins

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    I am probably doing it wrong with the docker but I just feel like there is some weirdness going on when I am using the docker on openmediavault. I feel like when using the plugin and having Plex Media Server installed directly on the openmediavault it runs a lot smoother. When using the docker where should i place the transcoder folder?

  • Abandoned plugins

    henkall - - Plugins

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    I just think its a nice thing to have. It gives a nice and easy way to install Plex Media Server without any command promt stuff.

  • Abandoned plugins

    henkall - - Plugins

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    Quote from ryecoaaron: “Quote from henkall: “I would love to have this plugin independent from the omv-extras ” Why?Quote from henkall: “ut what does it actually do when I enables the Plex repository through the omv-extras plugin ” It adds the official plex repo (on amd64 and i386) and the omv-extras plex bintray repo to /etc/apt/sources.list.d/omv-extras-org.list and installs the plex signing key. I also had to keep plexmediaserver-installer in the bintray repo for armhf and arm64. While I am a…

  • Abandoned plugins

    henkall - - Plugins

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    I probably should have made my own threat about this but I have gotten the impression that the openmediavault-plexmediaserver plugin have been abandon so I just thought why not ask here. I think the plugin is great and that why I have updated it on my own, but I have run into a issue now. I can only install this plugin if the omv-extras plugin is used to enable the repositories. But what does it actually do when I enables the Plex repository through the omv-extras plugin. I would love to have th…

  • Quote from henkall: “At the moment I am running Kernel: Linux 4.18.0-0.bpo.3-amd64. Now I have installed the "linux-headers-amd64" to see if that solves my little issue. Thank you for mentioning that. Keep up the good work. I think OMV is awesome. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. ” Update to my post... It worked.

  • At the moment I am running Kernel: Linux 4.18.0-0.bpo.3-amd64. Now I have installed the "linux-headers-amd64" to see if that solves my little issue. Thank you for mentioning that. Keep up the good work. I think OMV is awesome. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

  • Hi. I am having OpenMediaVault setup with zfs plugin. Every time there is a kernel update, I run into this annoying problem. Maybe it is just how it must be, but it would be nice if it could be looked at and if it is even possible to do. My problem is that when I update the kernel it wants to rebuild it to be able to use zfs. But it is not able to do that because it does not have the headers to the new kernel. Would it be possible to when you update the kernel and having the zfs plugin installed…

  • Awesome. This actually works. Thank you very much. Nice job.