Never mind something was changed In the ACL I fixed it
After reboot I lost windows access on one of my share I looked everywhere
I just found it you go in server side plex; settings; netwok; advanced and you put your domain under
Custom server access URLs
From Emby app I just input the server https://Plex.mydomain.org but from Plex it is different and I think it has to be setup on the sever side but not sure where
I can access plex at https://Plex.mydomain.org from a web page, but no idea how to do it from the Plex application on Android phone in order to listen my music with Android Auto?
I just found this https://www.reddit.com/r/PleX/…n_android_remote/fhlo7jy/
but not sure where to go in the settings
Success I am back in business thank you to all of you fsk -y /dev/sdc1 fixed it in 5 minutes
I need a little bit help since fdisk -l or lsbk does not show the drive dev-disk-bydisk- by uuid xxxxxxxxxxxxxx96bf4f It show the other working drives only
so how can I run fsck if I do not know the sdxx number id?
Nevermind lsblk -f did it
Ok here all the warning in red in the journalctl -xb log this is the best I can I guess I have got a hardrive failure but not the SSD where OMV is, so what are my options?
acpi pnpxxxxxx: duplicatewmi Guid xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx first instance was on pnpxxxxxxxxxxx
secureboot could not be determied ( mode0)
/lib/systemd/system/minidnla .service:4failed to add dependency on autofs
open pipe file /run/rpc_pipefs/nfs/blocklayout failedL no such file or dir
Nvidia: loading out-of-tree module taints kernel
NVIDIA module license "NVIDIA' Taits Kernel
Kernel Disabling lock debugging due to kernel taint
firware failed to load i915/rkl_dmc_ver2_03 bin
nvrm: loading NVIDIA unix kernel module 495.44
fsck failed with exit status 4
Systemd-fsck@dev-disk-bydisk- by uuid xxxxxxxxxxxxxx96bf4f
some more after regarding same disk not mounting
dependency failed for /var/lib/docker
dependency failed for local file sytem
Failed to get new runlevel, utmp update is skipped
I am gonna try to explain the server OMV6 is always on, last night it was working perfect did not stop it did not update anything this morning my Pihole was off so I realized something was cooking
Sure I got into the log but not sure what to look for in journalctl -xb got a lot of pages, should I upload more pics?
I ran into this page https://www.debian.org/releases/stable/amd64/ch06s04 but no idea how to proceed I would love to avoid a complete reinstall, although I have a recent portainer backup
Yes I found one backup from clonezilla, but even this one failed, still complaining about missing firmware!
I am getting the grub and after the screen where it says missing firmware.
OK few more with the log
I do not want to lose everything, can you guide me how to install this ?
Right now, I am in emergency mode
Got up this morning and OMV did not start just complaining missing firmware, I am looking all over for my Clonezilla backup GRR!
Ran again into the issue this time apt list --upgradable and apt-get upgrade did the job. Just wondering why I have to use CLI?
Is there some reason not to use the Linuxserver container? I just set it up and reverse proxy'd it in less than 5min, and it seems just like the old airsonic.
The main reason https://github.com/airsonic-advanced/airsonic-advanced at the docker section they give the link to DokerHub; https://hub.docker.com/r/airsonicadvanced/airsonic-advanced by the way they mention a different mount point at /var/*
and my reverse proxy is also working at https://airsonic-advanced2.My_domain.duckdns.org/index
What are the permissions of /srv/dev-disk-by-uuid-37d059e6-8189-404a-967b-53afec96bf4f/AppData/airsonic-advanced2
You were right the folder owner was root rwxr-sr-x 2755 I changed to rwxrwsr-x 2775 group 100 and owner 1000 and in the stack - PUID=1000
PGID=100 everything is fine now.
Thank you to both of you
With https://docs.linuxserver.io/images/docker-airsonic-advanced this config is working my stack isversion: "2.1"
- 4041:4041 #UPnp
With https://hub.docker.com/r/airsonicadvanced/airsonic-advanced my stack is
- 4041:4041 #UPnp
I am aware I running it as root, but i cannot have it run otherwiseCode
of course now in the UI, I got a red warning
"Warning! The Airsonic process is running as the root user. Please consider changing this."
I have the feeling this the real advanced one, since the san was instant compare to the linuxserver.io witch took as long as the old airsonic to scan.
According to https://github.com/airsonic-advanced/airsonic-advanced the user and group should ba as root this way it is runningQuote
Please note that for Docker images, the volume mounting points have changed and are different from Airsonic. Airsonic mount points are at
/airsonic/*inside the container. Airsonic-Advanced tries to use the same volume locations as the default war image at
/var/*in order to remain consistent if people want to switch between the containers and non-containers.
Also note that the Docker image will by default run as user root (0), group root (0), and so any files created in the external volume will be owned as such. You may change the user running the internal process in one of two ways:
--userwhen invoking the
docker runcommand, and providing it with one or both in the format
- Specifying the
PGIDenvironment variables to the container image when invoking the
docker runcommand (
-e PUID=uid -e PGID=gid)
But the path are completely different airsonicadvanced/airsonic-advanced:latest and lscr.io/linuxserver/airsonic-advanced
and for me the latest linuxserver is easier to use!