OMV6 on Ubuntu on Odroid M1

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    ut is it a OMV plugin or you're running via docker?

    I have no use for wetty but I installed it just for this thread.


    aaron@rpi18:~ $ dpkg -l | grep openme

    ii openmediavault 6.0.46-5 all openmediavault - The open network attached storage solution

    ii openmediavault-cputemp 6.1.1 all cpu temperature plugin for openmediavault

    ii openmediavault-flashmemory 6.2 all folder2ram plugin for openmediavault

    ii openmediavault-keyring 1.0 all GnuPG archive keys of the OpenMediaVault archive

    ii openmediavault-omvextrasorg 6.1.1 all OMV-Extras.org Package Repositories for OpenMediaVault

    ii openmediavault-photoprism 6.0.7-1 all openmediavault PhotoPrism plugin

    ii openmediavault-s3 6.0.4-1 all openmediavault S3 plugin

    ii openmediavault-sharerootfs 6.0.2-1 all openmediavault share root filesystem plugin

    ii openmediavault-symlinks 6.0.4 all OpenMediaVault symlinks plugin

    ii openmediavault-wetty 6.0.4-1 all openmediavault WeTTY (Web + TTY) plugin

    omv 7.0-32 sandworm | 64 bit | 6.5 proxmox kernel

    plugins :: omvextrasorg 7.0 | kvm 7.0.7 | compose 7.0.8 | cputemp 7.0 | mergerfs 7.0.2


    omv-extras.org plugins source code and issue tracker - github


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  • I have no use for wetty but I installed it just for this thread.

    Me neither.

    Just wondering why it wasn't shown on the plugins list, 😉

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    Because of this - https://github.com/openmediava…t-wetty/debian/control#L4 - which limits the architecture in the omv web interface (but not the command line).


    I installed from the command line because I forgot that Volker limited some of the podman plugins to amd64.

    Interesting.. I didn't realize that.

    • Official Post

    I use wetty quite a bit as I reverse proxy it through a subdomain so I have remote command line access to my server...


    Still interesting what you did there... I assumed since it wasn't in the list, it just wasn't available.

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    I use wetty quite a bit as I reverse proxy it through a subdomain so I have remote command line access to my server...

    I have ssh on an alternative port and quacamole setup to access a VM on my network.


    Still interesting what you did there... I assumed since it wasn't in the list, it just wasn't available.

    Probably shouldn't have since that is what Volker was trying to avoid lol

    omv 7.0-32 sandworm | 64 bit | 6.5 proxmox kernel

    plugins :: omvextrasorg 7.0 | kvm 7.0.7 | compose 7.0.8 | cputemp 7.0 | mergerfs 7.0.2


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    Maybe?!?

    Basically (i hate apt)


    aaron@rpi18:~ $ sudo apt-get install openmediavault-wetty

    [sudo] password for aaron:

    Reading package lists... Done

    Building dependency tree... Done

    Reading state information... Done

    The following NEW packages will be installed:

    openmediavault-wetty

    0 upgraded, 1 newly installed, 0 to remove and 15 not upgraded.

    Need to get 12.5 kB of archives.

    After this operation, 135 kB of additional disk space will be used.

    Get:1 http://packages.openmediavault.org/public shaitan/main arm64 openmediavault-wetty all 6.0.4-1 [12.5 kB]

    Fetched 12.5 kB in 1s (9553 B/s)

    tSelecting previously unselected package openmediavault-wetty.

    (Reading database ... 63987 files and directories currently installed.)

    Preparing to unpack .../openmediavault-wetty_6.0.4-1_all.deb ...

    Unpacking openmediavault-wetty (6.0.4-1) ...

    Setting up openmediavault-wetty (6.0.4-1) ...

    Trying to pull docker.io/wettyoss/wetty:latest...

    Getting image source signatures

    Copying blob b3f4a695f92c done

    Copying blob 4b1917b64cff done

    Copying blob eafd75f9515d done

    Copying blob c36a46adb29b done

    Copying blob 9b18e9b68314 done

    Copying blob 3c411ba540b2 done

    Copying blob cff8cae5859f done

    Copying blob b643621dd55a done

    Copying blob b6fc8cb30913 done

    Copying config 88a037bc5b done

    Writing manifest to image destination

    Storing signatures

    88a037bc5b606159e03f888ebd0b6835f74b7e88769b092ced7b7655cbfa98cb

    Updating configuration database ...

    Updating configuration ...

    Processing triggers for openmediavault (6.0.44-1) ...

    Updating workbench configuration files ...

    Restarting engine daemon ...

    omv 7.0-32 sandworm | 64 bit | 6.5 proxmox kernel

    plugins :: omvextrasorg 7.0 | kvm 7.0.7 | compose 7.0.8 | cputemp 7.0 | mergerfs 7.0.2


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  • Trying to pull docker.io/wettyoss/wetty:latest...

    This makes me question:

    This runs via docker or podman?

    Or neither?


    Or perhaps, it's better to end this debate since none of this is intended by Volker, 😇

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    This runs via docker or podman?

    Or neither?

    podman but there is very little difference between docker and podman. podman is better at running unprivileged and doesn't have a daemon process. It can use mot (all?) docker images.

    omv 7.0-32 sandworm | 64 bit | 6.5 proxmox kernel

    plugins :: omvextrasorg 7.0 | kvm 7.0.7 | compose 7.0.8 | cputemp 7.0 | mergerfs 7.0.2


    omv-extras.org plugins source code and issue tracker - github


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