guys, is there a plug or someway to show the cpu temperature and fan speed in OMV? i installed lm-sensors and it allows me to check them in CLI. wondering if there is a tool like that in gui. thanks
Not sure if it could help you, my way is to click the pull image button and then fill in the image name I found in hub.docker. Technically, it can help you pull any image from docker hub, but as a newbie, I always choose the one with detailed configuration guide.
guys, i want to report a problem when i'm trying to run plex in docker using the "linuxserver/plex" image. i followed exactly the steps in @flvinny521 's instruction (OMV + Docker plugin media server (Plex, PlexPy, Ombi, Libresonic, NZBGet, ruTorrent, Sonarr, Radarr, Mylar, and more)) which, by the way, helped me a lot to understand how docker runs in OMV, except changing the "INSTALL URL" part because the bug has been fixed in the new version. But, when opening the plex webUI in localhost:324000, chrome shows "This XML file does not appear to have any style information associated with it. The document tree is shown below." and it also happened when i changed the explorer to IE, edge.
I'm new to OMV and don't how to fix it, so I gave it up and pulled the official image "plexinc/pms-docker" from docker hub. it turned out everything works. I don't why and guess it may caused by the linuxserver image not updated? or not compatible with the explorer?
Checked your cable type? only the CAT5e or beyond type could fully support the gigabyte network.
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running OMV from a USB-Drive is absolutley no problem. I've running several machines with this configuration for years now.
BUT you should use no "normal" USB drive, it will break soon. You have to use an USB-Drive with SLC-cells (the same like a SSD uses) and there is no problem.
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guys, I'm new to NAS and really interested in OMV. some people said running OMV in a USB flash drive is not stable and sometimes the system collapse, so a SSD is suggested. appreciate any ideas