Posts by ferbulous

    Hi, I wanted to edit a text file to include my credentials for this docker

    docker run -it --rm \
    --name vpn \
    --init \
    --cap-add=NET_ADMIN \
    --device /dev/net/tun \
    -v `pwd`/ \
    -v `pwd`/credentials.txt:/vpn/auth.txt \
    andresvidal/openvpn-armv7l --config /vpn/servers.ovpn --auth-user-pass /vpn/auth.txt

    However 'credentials.txt" it exist as directory instead of text file. Same goes to '" file.May I know how should I fix this?

    Raspbian, out of the box, is not optimized as a server OS. It's customized for R-PI hardware, but it's more of a hobbyist distro. While OMV uses the Raspbian (minimal) image as a base, packages are added and tweaked, and other changes are made that are more appropriate for a server.With Gparted, you can resize the SD-card's partitions, add partitions, etc., just as you would with a spinning hard drive. With an additional partition, formatted to EXT4 while in Gparted, you'll be able to set shares.
    It's a bad idea for long term use, but that's your call.

    Thanks, just found out there’s a plugin for to add shares from root. That’s probably the more preferable way for my problem

    Can you try navigating to the port assigned to jdownloader? http://youripaddress:portnumber

    I’ve also just got jdownloader installed, but i still can’t access it or maybe I’m doing it wrong.
    Oddly enough it’s detected in but nothing happens when i select it.

    Anyone could help us out?

    Gparted will to it. Boot up on a bootable Gparted CD or thumbdrive, on a PC, and edit the SD-card there.
    However, it would be best to leave the SD-card alone and add a data hard drive. This was the intent behind OMV - to segregate the OS boot drive from data drive(s). This is why the GUI won't let you put shares on the boot drive.

    i see, so it’s purposely design like that. I thought it’s quite odd how i can do it on raspbian but not by defaul with omv

    May I know how should i partition the remaining free space with gparted?

    I intend to clone the sdcard partition into an ssd, and just load ovm from there. Which is why i needed the utilize the free space for samba sharing.

    I install OMV on SD (Raspberry PI), nice work.
    But I Cannot use free space on my SD card for CIFS. (cannot chose device).
    I resize my SD card, mount partition, OMV show my file system on GUI.

    root@raspberrypi:~# blkid
    /dev/mmcblk0p1: LABEL="boot" UUID="CE83-8CE1" TYPE="vfat" PARTUUID="c5ac05a5-01"
    /dev/mmcblk0p2: UUID="ae708a4d-982a-4a20-965c-01ec7e1f32b3" TYPE="ext4" PARTUUID="c5ac05a5-02"
    /dev/mmcblk0p3: UUID="b49824b2-cf89-44e7-96ae-e10172a4597d" TYPE="ext4" PARTUUID="c5ac05a5-03"
    /dev/mmcblk0: PTUUID="c5ac05a5" PTTYPE="dos"
    fdisk -l
    Device Boot Start End Sectors Size Id Type
    /dev/mmcblk0p1 8192 137215 129024 63M c W95 FAT32 (LBA)
    /dev/mmcblk0p2 137216 15500000 15362785 7.3G 83 Linux
    /dev/mmcblk0p3 15500001 30318591 14818591 7.1G 8e Linux LVM
    root@raspberrypi:~# mount /dev/mmcblk0p3
    mount: /dev/mmcblk0p3 is already mounted or /mnt/smb busy
    /dev/mmcblk0p3 is already mounted on /mnt/smb

    Can I use my partition for CIFS?

    Hi, can I know which tools to resize sdcard?
    Is it by simply converting the remaining unallocated space to ext4?

    Device : Raspberry 4 4gb ram
    Os: Raspbian buster elite with OMV 5 installed using script
    Issue: SDcard directory not listed down/can’t be selected when adding samba share

    Hello, i wanted add shares folder from sdcard, basically as plex cache/nzbget temp folder before moving the files into external hdd.

    But I don’t see it listed under the drives selection.
    I’ve also selected the expand sdcard storage option in rasp-conf prior to installing OMV 5 beta.

    Is there anything else i need to configure in the settings?


    I dont know exactly. I only used internal disks, and only external for backup but don't monitored it.

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    I see, i intend to connect several external drives and share it using samba. Which is why I'm curious to see how fast is the transfer speed.

    Btw, what's the maximum ram size you install on T5740?

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