configure Volumes to store config in persistent paht so changes that you do to mldonkey later ( ports, or password for admin) become persistent, otherwise, changes are lost on reboot.
hello, how to setup this option? my changes are lost on reboot...
Ok that makes sense.
Although this also happens, as mentioned below, when changing folder priviledges through the WebGUI which is really a bit annoying.
Hope they will fix that. Thanks for this anyways
Can i do anything to get this more attention?
not to time to time, only when you "save" anything related to eth0 like general settings from port 80 to port 443 (HTTPS), for example.
I actually do not know any wokarround, I open a bug in Mantis bug tracker: bugtracker.openmediavault.org/view.php?id=1798
i cannot answer to your thread forum.openmediavault.org/index…77-HOWTO-Install-Pi-Hole/ therefore i am writing you a PM.
Thanks for your guide it works very well expect for 1 part:
listen 80; -> replace with -> listen 192.168.0.21:80;
listen 443 ssl deferred; -> replace with -> listen 192.168.0.21:443 ssl deferred;
This part changes back to default in the /etc/nginx/sites-enabled/openmediavault-webgui file from time to time. That then produces a port conflict on nginx and lighthttpd.
I guess anyone else using your guide has the same issue, so you should probably mention that in your guide or put a working solution.
to reproduce: this is for example always the case if i change access rights to folders through "users" -> "priviledges" in the WebGUI
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