Where's a pre-built image for the RPi4?

  • @Adoby


    It's not on the damn download page on this project's Sourceforge page. Instead, one has to burn an image of Raspbian Lite, put SSH on the microSD card that I'm not sure is gonna work 'cause I have to use that Linux File System reader from Paragon Software just to access the filesystem on the microSD card, put in all of this BS into a command-line, etc.. Installing Lakka is a lot easier for something that's more non-essential and certainly not as practical as a piece of software like this. Or did the updates for the project move to Github and the Sourceforge links are dated?


    I don't care necessarily about having the "latest and the greatest" version of this software at this point. All I want is something to where I can access everything wirelessly on my home network and not have to constantly have the backup problem where some things are more up to date than others due to limited connections, not to mention the convenience of not having to transfer things from storage device to storage device.

  • put SSH on the microSD card that I'm not sure is gonna work 'cause I have to use that Linux File System reader from Paragon Software just to access the filesystem on the microSD card

    Did you read the guide on page 11? I do not see anything about Paragon Software. Just plain Windows10 tools. You don't even need Putty but only Powershell or cmd.


    BTW: You are more than welcome to created images for dozens of SBC and provide them for download and support. ;)


    And for RPi4 you need Raspbian Buster Lite. When you use the script you will end up with OMV5, not OMV4. OMV5 has beta label, but it is being used by many users.

  • Did you read the guide on page 11? I do not see anything about Paragon Software. Just plain Windows10 tools. You don't even need Putty but only Powershell or cmd.
    BTW: You are more than welcome to created images for dozens of SBC and provide them for download and support. ;)


    And for RPi4 you need Raspbian Buster Lite. When you use the script you will end up with OMV5, not OMV4. OMV5 has beta label, but it is being used by many users.

    Seriously, a name like "FuckThisSoftware" and you expected him to read something?

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