Let me first say i have been playnig with linux for about 8 years and until about 1.5 years ago always had a linux box running.
So when i decided to dump whs for a linux based media server, omv seemed liked a good choice.
My specs are
intel core 2 dua 3 ghz
4 gigs ram, plus 3 tb of storage.
Now the install went fine no issue's there.
after install i updated and rebooted.
i installed the plugins repository to get transmission.
red text means i have solved my issue, now i nedd to find a help section for acl's.
now here's where im stumped, i format my drives to xfs, i create a share for torrents and incomplete and watched. now wehn i go into transmission it appeared like transmission creates it's own. so i removed the ones i created in the share settings. now transmission says to make sure debian-transmission is added to the groups, i have tried to add a group but it seems to not add anything, so i figured i would try and add a debian-transmission user, but this seems to defeat the purpose of groups.
so it seems like each plugin adds it own shares and the share settings under user rights adds it own shares. I was first under the impression the user rights management would let me click on the shares and make changes to all shares. if thats the case i have issue's.
i have used the gui to setup smb and as per my experince the gui is not working for samba shares, can someone post a link to the command line smb setup and maybe a guide on how to run the smb setup from a cmd.
solved with acl list, now off to find a guide about acl's
Thanks for any and all help.