Where is Docker & Portainer in OMV7

  • Hi,


    enable the docker repository as shown in your screenshot and install the "compose" plugin. There you will find all the neccessary for your docker setup.

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  • I got this error :

    Click on the bell on the top right corner and copy/paste the full error inside a code box.

  • Err:2 http://deb.debian.org/debian bookworm/main amd64 python3-lib2to3 all 3.11.2-3 Temporary failure resolving 'deb.debian.org'

    Check your network settings.

    You have a DNS issue


    Problem #6

  • Thank you Soma

    As it is a fresh install, I have forgot some parameters.

    OMV7 is completly different for Docker and Portainer, is there any tuto ?

  • OMV7 is completly different for Docker and Portainer, is there any tuto ?

    The wiki is a good start:

    omv7:omv7 [omv-extras.org]


    And also, the forum:

    omv-extras 6.3 / openmediavault-compose 6.7 - Updates/Upgrades - openmediavault

    • Official Post

    OMV7 is completly different for Docker and Portainer,

    This changed in OMV 6 over a year ago.

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  • It seems not only completely reasonably but 100% sane to have a working DNS after install. What is the problem with this, it's has become a rampant problem for OMV users.

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    What is the problem with this, it's has become a rampant problem for OMV users.

    If people switch their system to a static ip and don't specify a dns server, how do you propose we fix this? I highly disagree with defaulting to 8.8.8.8 or some other public server.

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  • So it comes down to going against personal preference or against human expectation?

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    So it comes down to going against personal preference or against human expectation?

    I'm not sure what that means. Even Windows doesn't default a dns server when setting up a static ip. Not defaulting to a public dns server isn't a personal preference (I use 8.8.8.8 sometimes). It just isn't a good to have a default for a network setup that is meant to explicitly define the settings.

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  • I'm not sure what that means. Even Windows doesn't default a dns server when setting up a static ip. Not defaulting to a public dns server isn't a personal preference (I use 8.8.8.8 sometimes). It just isn't a good to have a default for a network setup that is meant to explicitly define the settings.

    OK

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