My OMVNUC Nas

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    • My OMVNUC Nas

      This is my current build!

      Running good for a time now.

      Software:
      • OMV 4.1.22-1 Arrakis
      • Windows 10 (1809) VM @ VirtualBox plug-in and manual start
        • 2GB RAM
        • 2 CPU CORES
        • Bridge Network (to have own IP on the VM from the router via DHCP, easier RDP config with it)
      Hardware:
      • Bevy NUC (base NUC= NUC5CPYB) (thanks to @TechnoDadLife for the giveaway opportunity!)
      • Updated to latest BIOS from Intel (vPYBSWCEL.86A.0076.2019.0321.1658)
      • 8GB Transcend DDR3L @ 1600Mhz RAM (upgraded from factory 2GB Crucial DDR3L @ 1600Mhz)
      • 1TB Internal Drive Toshiba MQ01ABD1 (root, system)
      • 4TB WD MyBook USB3 External Drive (downloads, media, storage, home folders)
      • 1TB WD My Passport 0820 USB3 External Drive (nothing at this time, experimental drive)
      • 1TB Toshiba Canvio USB3 External Drive (transfer drive, ready-to-remove drive)
      • 2TB Toshiba Canvio USB3 External Drive (macOS backups, VMs, fast temp file moves/organization)
      Current docker containers:
      1. pihole/pihole
      2. linuxserver/transmission
      3. jaymoulin/jdownloader:0.7.1-amd64 (smaller image than latest)
      4. linuxserver/sonarr
      5. linuxserver/radarr
      6. linuxserver/lidarr
      7. linuxserver/tautulli
      8. linuxserver/plex
      9. linuxserver/beets
      10. linuxserver/jackett
      11. linuxserver/bazarr
      12. oznu/guacamole
      13. linuxserver/heimdall
      14. linuxserver/resilio
      15. linuxserver/duckdns
      16. linuxserver/letsencrypt
      17. portainer/portainer


      Images:

      omv 4.1.22-1 - Bevy NUC thanks to TechnoDadLife (NUC5CPYB)
      Celeron N3050 @ 1.60GHz - 8GB RAM - 4 external disks via USB3.0 - Gigabit Ethernet - LOTS OF CONTAINERS! :)

      The post was edited 8 times, last by djismgaming ().

    • Will have to do one. Haven't seen one around I think. I use Apache Guacamole daily from work and mobile on iOS. That way I access the apps through the proxy @ work.

      That including linuxserver/letsencrypt so all apps are SSL able through a bought domain which does not get filtered by work proxy and re-certification policies.
      omv 4.1.22-1 - Bevy NUC thanks to TechnoDadLife (NUC5CPYB)
      Celeron N3050 @ 1.60GHz - 8GB RAM - 4 external disks via USB3.0 - Gigabit Ethernet - LOTS OF CONTAINERS! :)
    • TechnoDadLife wrote:

      ave you written a Guacamole tutorial yet?
      I've been using this compose file for a couple of weeks and it works very well - github.com/boschkundendienst/guacamole-docker-compose.git
      omv 4.1.23 arrakis | 64 bit | 4.15 proxmox kernel | omvextrasorg 4.1.15
      omv-extras.org plugins source code and issue tracker - github

      Please read this before posting a question and this and this for docker questions.
      Please don't PM for support... Too many PMs!
    • My OMVNUC Nas

      TechnoDadLife wrote:

      @djsismgaming

      I think a guide would be great for the mentally challenged like me, who need to see how things are done step by step!


      Yes! I will definitely do it. It is pretty simple to implement. I hope to make it today.

      Guacamole's capabilities for remote or local screen and terminal access are really good. It works wonderfully.

      I really hope to have the video ready today or tomorrow. Have to get it out.

      I estimate really certain that it will be something of q less than 10 minute video. It is simple and the image deployment is short. So less time deploying the container and more enjoying.


      Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
      omv 4.1.22-1 - Bevy NUC thanks to TechnoDadLife (NUC5CPYB)
      Celeron N3050 @ 1.60GHz - 8GB RAM - 4 external disks via USB3.0 - Gigabit Ethernet - LOTS OF CONTAINERS! :)
    • ryecoaaron wrote:

      TechnoDadLife wrote:

      ave you written a Guacamole tutorial yet?
      I've been using this compose file for a couple of weeks and it works very well - github.com/boschkundendienst/guacamole-docker-compose.git
      I think compose files are actually a great way to keep the configuration of containers and quick edits into how any container works/mounts etc.

      I did try them with Portainer as Stacks and they are pretty good!

      Thanks for the link!
      omv 4.1.22-1 - Bevy NUC thanks to TechnoDadLife (NUC5CPYB)
      Celeron N3050 @ 1.60GHz - 8GB RAM - 4 external disks via USB3.0 - Gigabit Ethernet - LOTS OF CONTAINERS! :)
    • Just as some info for this build, just took this screenshot of the Bevy using glances.

      Windows 10 VM not running at the moment mind you. :D

      (using Termius SSH client on iOS)
      Images
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      omv 4.1.22-1 - Bevy NUC thanks to TechnoDadLife (NUC5CPYB)
      Celeron N3050 @ 1.60GHz - 8GB RAM - 4 external disks via USB3.0 - Gigabit Ethernet - LOTS OF CONTAINERS! :)
    • Better display using Apache Guacamole (with and without docker containers):
      Images
      • with dockers.JPG

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      • without dockers.JPG

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      omv 4.1.22-1 - Bevy NUC thanks to TechnoDadLife (NUC5CPYB)
      Celeron N3050 @ 1.60GHz - 8GB RAM - 4 external disks via USB3.0 - Gigabit Ethernet - LOTS OF CONTAINERS! :)
    • My OMVNUC Nas

      djismgaming wrote:

      ottoking wrote:

      Maybe a little off-topic but another way to display containers:

      ctop


      Looks nice! Will try it out and add it to the diagnosis arsenal.


      Really like ctop to specifically look at docker containers behavior. Really good and clean interface!
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      omv 4.1.22-1 - Bevy NUC thanks to TechnoDadLife (NUC5CPYB)
      Celeron N3050 @ 1.60GHz - 8GB RAM - 4 external disks via USB3.0 - Gigabit Ethernet - LOTS OF CONTAINERS! :)