Installing OMV1 - is there a current How-to?

    • OMV 1.0
    • Installing OMV1 - is there a current How-to?

      Hi,

      I want to do a fresh installation of OMV 1 but I'm not sure how to do it exactly. I know the general steps (first wheezy, then adding OMV1-repos, finally installing OMV1).
      Searching the forum I found this tutorial:
      flexion.org/posts/2014-06-openmediavault-on-debian.html

      Now is this the exact (meaning paste+copy the commands) way? If so, what does he do with the last lines:

      Source Code

      1. When the 'Configuring mdadm' dialogue is displayed enter none.
      2. Do you want to start MD arrays automatically? YES
      3. When the 'ProFTPD configuration' dialogue is displayed choose standalone.


      Thank you for your help
      fahrer17
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    • These are two questions that are asked when you install OpenMediaVault via package repository.

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      David
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    • Two? I count three... ;)

      And what does it mean, are these the options I should choose?
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      CPU: Intel Pentium G3220 2x 3.00GHz So.1150 BOX
      PS: 300 Watt be quiet! System Power 7 Bulk Non-Modular 80+ Bronze
      OS: 64GB SanDisk Solid State Disk (SDSSDP-064G-G25)
      Data: 2x 4000GB WD Red WD40EFRX
      Case: Chenbro SR30169 mini ITX (4 bay) - removed that crappy backplane! :D
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    • Thought mdadm was one. How about you start the installation and see for yourself. ;)

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      David
      "Well... lately this forum has become support for everything except omv" [...] "And is like someone is banning Google from their browsers"

      Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former.


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    • Ok, thanks for your replies, I will try my luck :)

      So the tutorial I linked to in the first post will work, right?
      Erasmus 3.0.89

      running on

      Mobo:Asus H87I-Plus (C2) Socket 1150
      RAM: 4GB (1x 4096MB) Kingston ValueRAM DDR3-1600 DIMM CL11 Single
      CPU: Intel Pentium G3220 2x 3.00GHz So.1150 BOX
      PS: 300 Watt be quiet! System Power 7 Bulk Non-Modular 80+ Bronze
      OS: 64GB SanDisk Solid State Disk (SDSSDP-064G-G25)
      Data: 2x 4000GB WD Red WD40EFRX
      Case: Chenbro SR30169 mini ITX (4 bay) - removed that crappy backplane! :D
      ...............................................................................................
      Ubuntu since 10.04 - learned a lot, but not enough yet...
    • Installation of OpenMediaVault 1.x on Debian 7.x (Wheezy)

      Pre-Requirements
      A installed Debian 7.x (Wheezy)
      If you want to do a fresh install, then use the Debian Wheezy 7.6 netinst image. Please make sure, that all options are unchecked, when asked for packages.

      OMV-Install
      Install OMV on top of that by:

      Source Code

      1. echo "deb http://packages.openmediavault.org/public kralizec main" > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/openmediavault.list
      2. apt-get update
      3. apt-get install openmediavault-keyring postfix
      4. apt-get update
      5. apt-get install openmediavault
      6. omv-initsystem

      Please restart your System with

      Source Code

      1. shutdown -r now

      and you should be able to login to OMV via you Browser with
      User: admin
      PW: openmediavault
      Please change your PW over the WebGUI after logging in.

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      The post was edited 1 time, last by WastlJ ().

    • WastlJ, a million thanks to you!

      I have a NAS running with OMV0.5 but a friend of mine has a newly built NAS where we want to give OMV1 a try (because I had a little trouble with my network due to e1000e problems). So I searched everywhere trying to get precise information regarding installing OMV1. I found some but wasn't sure about them being still correct (e.g. it's not Debian 7.5 anymore but 7.6 :) )
      Unfortunately neither the Wiki nor the "Guides and Tutorials" pages I found (this one I guess: phpbb.openmediavault.org/viewt…067930bcf179aa108e1ae5ec7) provided much information concerning OMV1, that's why I asked.
      But now you answered my biggest question - thanks again! :)
      Erasmus 3.0.89

      running on

      Mobo:Asus H87I-Plus (C2) Socket 1150
      RAM: 4GB (1x 4096MB) Kingston ValueRAM DDR3-1600 DIMM CL11 Single
      CPU: Intel Pentium G3220 2x 3.00GHz So.1150 BOX
      PS: 300 Watt be quiet! System Power 7 Bulk Non-Modular 80+ Bronze
      OS: 64GB SanDisk Solid State Disk (SDSSDP-064G-G25)
      Data: 2x 4000GB WD Red WD40EFRX
      Case: Chenbro SR30169 mini ITX (4 bay) - removed that crappy backplane! :D
      ...............................................................................................
      Ubuntu since 10.04 - learned a lot, but not enough yet...
    • Now that's all you say? Really??? Come on, you can't leave my like that!!!
      :D
      Erasmus 3.0.89

      running on

      Mobo:Asus H87I-Plus (C2) Socket 1150
      RAM: 4GB (1x 4096MB) Kingston ValueRAM DDR3-1600 DIMM CL11 Single
      CPU: Intel Pentium G3220 2x 3.00GHz So.1150 BOX
      PS: 300 Watt be quiet! System Power 7 Bulk Non-Modular 80+ Bronze
      OS: 64GB SanDisk Solid State Disk (SDSSDP-064G-G25)
      Data: 2x 4000GB WD Red WD40EFRX
      Case: Chenbro SR30169 mini ITX (4 bay) - removed that crappy backplane! :D
      ...............................................................................................
      Ubuntu since 10.04 - learned a lot, but not enough yet...
    • Naah, It is not nearly finished and we will have to to so much work in the next few weeks but it is about ********** and ********* :P
      OMV 4.x| HP Microserver | 256GB Samsung 830 SSD for system | 4x 2TB in a RAID5
      OMV 4.x| Odroid XU4 | 5TB Data drive | 500GB Backup drive
      OMV 5.x| Raspberry Pi 4 | 6TB Data drive | 500GB SSD drive
    • Ok, I see ;)

      One more question: Is this the right package to install in OMV1?
      omv-extras.org/simple/index.ph…install-omv-extras-plugin
      Erasmus 3.0.89

      running on

      Mobo:Asus H87I-Plus (C2) Socket 1150
      RAM: 4GB (1x 4096MB) Kingston ValueRAM DDR3-1600 DIMM CL11 Single
      CPU: Intel Pentium G3220 2x 3.00GHz So.1150 BOX
      PS: 300 Watt be quiet! System Power 7 Bulk Non-Modular 80+ Bronze
      OS: 64GB SanDisk Solid State Disk (SDSSDP-064G-G25)
      Data: 2x 4000GB WD Red WD40EFRX
      Case: Chenbro SR30169 mini ITX (4 bay) - removed that crappy backplane! :D
      ...............................................................................................
      Ubuntu since 10.04 - learned a lot, but not enough yet...
    • That will work. An updated version will show in updates after you install that version.
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    • Fine - thank you!
      Erasmus 3.0.89

      running on

      Mobo:Asus H87I-Plus (C2) Socket 1150
      RAM: 4GB (1x 4096MB) Kingston ValueRAM DDR3-1600 DIMM CL11 Single
      CPU: Intel Pentium G3220 2x 3.00GHz So.1150 BOX
      PS: 300 Watt be quiet! System Power 7 Bulk Non-Modular 80+ Bronze
      OS: 64GB SanDisk Solid State Disk (SDSSDP-064G-G25)
      Data: 2x 4000GB WD Red WD40EFRX
      Case: Chenbro SR30169 mini ITX (4 bay) - removed that crappy backplane! :D
      ...............................................................................................
      Ubuntu since 10.04 - learned a lot, but not enough yet...
    • Finished - everything worked like a charm! Well, except that we had to install Debian twice ;)
      But to be honest, it was our fault: Instead of doing a minimal installation we hit the wrong keys while installing and therefore got the standard Debian including desktop etc. With our slow internet connection it took us more than an hour and another trying to update Debain (it seemed like there was something wrong with the Debian servers, couldn't get a connection). Finally we tried it again and were finished within 45 minutes.
      So I had the chance to find out that my questions mentioned above where rather self explaining ^^

      My friend's now quite happy with his OMV1 NAS - thanks all to their answers!

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      Edit:

      Ok, now I have a question:

      When installing Debian we had to create two users, "root" and a "normal" user. The normal user is automaticly detected by OMV as a OMV user, right? Or is there a way to install Debian with only root and without a normal user?
      Erasmus 3.0.89

      running on

      Mobo:Asus H87I-Plus (C2) Socket 1150
      RAM: 4GB (1x 4096MB) Kingston ValueRAM DDR3-1600 DIMM CL11 Single
      CPU: Intel Pentium G3220 2x 3.00GHz So.1150 BOX
      PS: 300 Watt be quiet! System Power 7 Bulk Non-Modular 80+ Bronze
      OS: 64GB SanDisk Solid State Disk (SDSSDP-064G-G25)
      Data: 2x 4000GB WD Red WD40EFRX
      Case: Chenbro SR30169 mini ITX (4 bay) - removed that crappy backplane! :D
      ...............................................................................................
      Ubuntu since 10.04 - learned a lot, but not enough yet...

      The post was edited 1 time, last by fahrer17 ().

    • I posted about my upgrade going poorly. kids were freaking out over the loss of plex and my wife was upset over her docs being inaccessible on the NFS share, so i went ahead and did a manual debian install (im a centos guy but i managed it) and following the directions above (including the extras repo) i got everything restored. great job to all and thanks for the well written guide.