Initializing OMV at boot Debian

  • Good afternoon!


    The OBM is installed on Debian 9.
    How does boot occur at system startup. It interests me to understand the order of launching systemd services and scripts from /usr/share/mkconf/iptables.d.

  • # ls -la /usr/share/mkconf/iptables.d
    ls: cannot access '/usr/share/mkconf/iptables.d': No such file or directory


    whatever you mean... this path is wrong.

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  • How does boot occur at system startup. It interests me to understand the order of launching systemd services and scripts from /usr/share/mkconf/iptables.d.

    There is a service that start openmediavault-engined. The mkconf scripts are only executed at configuration time when editing that specific config. So, the iptables scripts are only executed when adding/editing/deleting firewall rules in the web interface.

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  • # ls -la /usr/share/mkconf/iptables.d
    ls: cannot access '/usr/share/mkconf/iptables.d': No such file or directory


    whatever you mean... this path is wrong.

    I took this path from the documentation. And you are right, there is no way).
    Apparently the documentation is not relevant. The Right Way /usr/share/openmediavault/mkconf/iptables.d

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