Posts by Joe_PS

    Thanks macom


    for your quick reply. I have used the Fritz!Box + ext. HDD as a NAS, which runs very reliable and stable. The OrangePi Zero Plus does only have an USB 2.0 port (with limited electrical power resources), but the Toshiba HDD is a USB 3.0 hard drive without the option to power it separately. Thus I'd like to continue using Fritz!Box+HDD as a NAS.


    The OrangePi + OMV + MiniDLNA has only being implemented to provide a convenient music server, which is by far faster and more comfortable than the built-in music server of the Fritz!Box. Latter doesn't support any tags of flac-files for instance.


    By this workaround I've been able to continue using Fritz!NAS, while having a nice music server (MiniDLNA) at the same time, but with very little extra energy consumption (24 x 7) for less than 30,- EUR including a good power plug adapter.


    Cheers, Joe

    Hi,


    OMV (4.1.12) runs on an OrangePI Zero Plus. The Plugin RemoteMount is utilized to access an external Toshiba USB 3.0 HDD (Stor.E Slim II, Model HDTD210ES3EA), which is connected to a Fritz!Box 7490 as a NAS. MiniDLNA plays/streams mainly flac-files, which are stored on the HDD, as a music server. The Toshiba HDD is formatted in NTFS. The Fritz!Box has a Linux-based OS (Fritz!OS, V 07.01).


    Hopefully I mentioned all potentially relevant details ;)


    Even if I don't play/stream any music (and also the main client, a Pioneer A/V receiver VSX-S520D is in standby) the HDD is being kept busy and busy, indicated by a blue light at the corner of the HDD case.


    Any idea to allow the HDD to sleep (energy saving mode) :?:


    Regards, Joe

    Hi @tkaiser,


    Thanks for your quick response ... as usual ... and clear recommendation.


    Yesterday, I did a new install (flash) of OMV 4.X + Armbian on the OrangePi Zero Plus, using your image OMV_4_Orange_Pi_Zero_Plus.img.xz, after several issues that occured subsequent to 'omv-release-upgrade'.


    The new installation has worked fine, including all available updates on the OrangePi (ARMBIAN 5.60 stable Debian GNU/Linux 9 (stretch) 4.14.70-sunxi64) as well as in OMV (4.1.11). Both OMV-Extras 'Remotemount' (Options: _netdev,iocharset=utf8,vers=1.0,nofail) and 'MiniDLNA' are running properly.


    Additionally, this approach has solved several issues that affected my Pioneer A/V receiver VSX-S520D, which had not been able to find (see) the music server MiniDLNA, or 'lost' it after a while (means: the music server MiniDLNA disappeared, from the perspective of the A/V receiver).


    Up to now OMV / MiniDLNA 'runs like a charm'. :thumbup:


    Reagrds,
    Joe

    Dear all,


    It seems that OMV 3.0.99 runs properly on my OangePI ZeroPlus (Armbian 5.60 stable). But: when I launch 'Update Management' > 'Updates' > 'Check', under 'Error' the following long text occurs.


    Anyhow, OMV seems to run properly. Thus, the long error text is confusing:


    Failed to execute command 'export PATH=/bin:/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/local/sbin; export LANG=C; apt-get update 2>&1' with exit code '100': Ign file: InRelease Ign file: Release.gpg Ign file: Release Get:1 http://security.debian.org jessie/updates InRelease [44.9 kB] Hit http://apt.armbian.com jessie InRelease Hit https://openmediavault.github.io erasmus InRelease Get:2 https://dl.bintray.com jessie InRelease Ign https://dl.bintray.com jessie InRelease Get:3 http://apt.armbian.com jessie/main arm64 Packages [144 kB] Get:4 https://dl.bintray.com jessie InRelease Ign https://dl.bintray.com jessie InRelease Hit https://openmediavault.github.io erasmus-proposed InRelease Ign http://httpredir.debian.org jessie InRelease Hit https://dl.bintray.com jessie Release.gpg Hit http://httpredir.debian.org jessie-updates InRelease Get:5 https://openmediavault.github.io erasmus/main arm64 Packages [6737 B] Hit https://dl.bintray.com jessie Release.gpg Get:6 http://apt.armbian.com jessie/jessie-utils arm64 Packages [5273 B] Get:7 https://openmediavault.github.io erasmus/main armhf Packages [6742 B] Get:8 http://apt.armbian.com jessie/jessie-desktop arm64 Packages [8506 B] Get:9 http://apt.armbian.com jessie/main armhf Packages [352 kB] Hit https://dl.bintray.com jessie Release Get:10 https://openmediavault.github.io erasmus-proposed/main arm64 Packages [20 B] Hit http://httpredir.debian.org jessie-backports InRelease Get:11 http://apt.armbian.com jessie/jessie-utils armhf Packages [6872 B] Get:12 http://apt.armbian.com jessie/jessie-desktop armhf Packages [19.9 kB] Get:13 https://openmediavault.github.io erasmus-proposed/main armhf Packages [20 B] Hit http://httpredir.debian.org jessie Release.gpg Hit https://dl.bintray.com jessie Release Get:14 http://httpredir.debian.org jessie-updates/main arm64 Packages/DiffIndex [11.8 kB] Get:15 http://httpredir.debian.org jessie-updates/contrib arm64 Packages [20 B] Get:16 https://dl.bintray.com jessie/main arm64 Packages [33.4 kB] Get:17 http://httpredir.debian.org jessie-updates/non-free arm64 Packages/DiffIndex [736 B] Get:18 https://dl.bintray.com jessie/main armhf Packages [36.8 kB] Get:19 https://dl.bintray.com jessie/main arm64 Packages [18.2 kB] Get:20 http://httpredir.debian.org jessie-updates/main armhf Packages/DiffIndex [11.8 kB] Get:21 https://dl.bintray.com jessie/main armhf Packages [18.7 kB] Get:22 http://httpredir.debian.org jessie-updates/contrib armhf Packages [20 B] Get:23 http://httpredir.debian.org jessie-updates/non-free armhf Packages/DiffIndex [736 B] Hit http://httpredir.debian.org jessie Release Get:24 http://httpredir.debian.org jessie-backports/main arm64 Packages/DiffIndex [27.8 kB] Get:25 http://httpredir.debian.org jessie-backports/contrib arm64 Packages/DiffIndex [23.9 kB] Get:26 http://httpredir.debian.org jessie-backports/non-free arm64 Packages/DiffIndex [8530 B] Get:27 http://httpredir.debian.org jessie-backports/main armhf Packages/DiffIndex [27.8 kB] Get:28 http://httpredir.debian.org jessie-backports/contrib armhf Packages/DiffIndex [26.7 kB] Get:29 http://httpredir.debian.org jessie-backports/non-free armhf Packages/DiffIndex [8530 B] Get:30 http://httpredir.debian.org jessie/main arm64 Packages [8593 kB] Get:31 http://httpredir.debian.org jessie/contrib arm64 Packages [41.2 kB] Get:32 http://httpredir.debian.org jessie/non-free arm64 Packages [68.6 kB] Get:33 http://httpredir.debian.org jessie/main armhf Packages [8898 kB] Get:34 http://httpredir.debian.org jessie/contrib armhf Packages [44.3 kB] Get:35 http://httpredir.debian.org jessie/non-free armhf Packages [74.9 kB] Fetched 18.6 MB in 11s (1618 kB/s) W: Failed to fetch http://security.debian.org/dists/jessie/updates/InRelease Unable to find expected entry 'main/binary-arm64/Packages' in Release file (Wrong sources.list entry or malformed file) E: Some index files failed to download. They have been ignored, or old ones used instead.
    ?(


    Any hints?


    Apart from that: should I go for a newer OMV, or a newer Armbian+OMV image?


    Thanks in advance, and kind regards,
    Joe

    @drinks2go: Did you build a fanless NAS meanwhile? If yes, based on what?


    A while ago I read articles like NAS Basic 3.0 mit passiv gekühltem Apollo Lake 4-Kern Prozessor (sorry, only in German) that is based on ASRock J3455-ITX.


    There is a Supermicro motherboard, which supports a fanless and low energy NAS built including RAID: https://www.supermicro.com/pro…otherboard/X11/X11SAA.cfm - not cheap, but ... based on N4200.


    Together with good SSDs it would be absolutely silent and very energy efficient.


    Together with good HDDs it would be silent and energy efficient.


    ... Just as an idea ...

    Hi all,


    At first: many thanks to all OMV developers and contributors! It works fine! :thumbup:


    Ingredients of my 1st DIY mini 2 TB NAS (without RAID) - in total around 114,00 €:

    Thanks to @tkaiser and others it has been easy to put my idea into practice.


    The External 2 TB Western Digital HDD [6.] is connected to the OPI0+ [1.]. Thus, there is no RAID configuration for the OPI0+, which is connected via LAN cable directly to the Fritz!Box [9.]. The Fritz!Box is the router/switch/hub for my in-house network (LAN and Wi-Fi / WLAN).


    Currently, I am just storing a lot of FLAC files on the Western Digital HDD, which I had created from audio CDs using Exact Audio Copy (EAC), including album covers (jpg). Based on the OMV miniDLNA plugin, I can stream these FLAC files easily and quickly to my AV receiver. There is a very good remote control app for the AV receiver from its manufacturer, which runs on smartphones and tablets - and displays the album covers properly from miniDLNA.


    Transferring the FLAC files from the Intel NUC computer (Windows 10 Pro) to the 2 TB Western Digital HDD, which is attached to the OPI0+, is more than 5 times faster than transferring them to the 1 TB Toshiba HDD, which is attached to the Fritz!Box.


    The initial delay when starting to stream FLAC files from the Western Digital HDD, or changing to a different album, is just 1 to 3 seconds. Doing the same via the Fritz!Box causes a delay of 10 to 30 seconds. Refreshing the miniDLNA index takes less than 10 seconds. Updating the index of the Fritz!Box 7490 (built-in media server) takes usually a couple of minutes, up to 20 minutes.


    In general, the built-in media server of the Fritz!Box 7490 cannot interpret the tag information of FLAC files (e.g. album, title, artist, and so on). In contrast, this works fine with miniDLNA.


    Remote reboot and shutdown is very convenient and fast via OMV ^^ Remote start (boot) doesn't work without physically unplugging and plugging in again the micro-USB plug of the LEICKE power supply [3.] at the OPI0+. It would be fine, if this could be managed thru turning off a remote Wi-Fi (WLAN) power plug adapter, which I do have ... that can be turned on and off from almost everywhere via smartphone or tablet ;) for convenience :whistling: ... just a 'luxury problem'.


    First impressions: openmediavault and the OMV plugins are great! :)


    Regards,
    Joe

    UPDATE


    Dear all,


    OMV runs on an Orange PI Zero Plus (OPI0+). An external USB 2.0 Western Digital HDD is directly connected to it, using the classical USB plug of the OPI0+. From two Windows PCs (Windows 10 Pro 64) the shared folders on this Western Digital HDD can be opened and accessed fast and easy via the Windows File Explorer.


    Additionally, I am using also the 'Remote Mount Plugin' to mount an external USB 3.0 Toshiba HDD that is attached to a router/switch/hub (Fritz!Box 7490). The OPI0+ is directly connected to the Fritz!Box with a LAN cable.


    From both Windows PCs it was not possible to open the folders on the Toshiba HDD, which have been shared via SMB (vers=1.0) by the Remote Mount Plugin, using the Windows File Explorer. Those folders had been displayed, but they were not accessible. Although, in the Windows File Explorer it looks like, if the Toshiba HDD would have been mounted directly to the OPI0+.


    After some research I found a solution that worked fine in my case: I did a a shutdown of the OPI0+ and the Western Digital HDD, disconnecting both from electrical power completely. Moreover, I did a restart of the Fritz!Box. Several minutes later I started (bootet) the OPI0+ together with the Western Digital HDD regularly.


    I haven't changed any configuration ;) - the issue has gone [SOLVED] :huh:


    Regards,
    Joe

    ask armbian to include it in the default config

    The armbian experts included the relevant module, which I've got via apt-get upgrade (Armbian 5.3.8, Linux 8 jessie 4.14.15-sunxi64).


    Now, a different error occurs, which is confusing for me: "mount error(112): Host is down"


    In contrast to the error message, the host is definitely up and running. The "SonneMediaserver" is also up and running.


    What should I do to for further investigation?


    Thanks in advance, Joe


    Fehler #0:exception 'OMV\ExecException' with message 'Failed to execute command 'export PATH=/bin:/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/local/sbin; export LANG=C; mount -v '/srv/60448ae7-005a-473c-8c70-2d59cb64b2f8' 2>&1' with exit code '32': mount.cifs kernel mount options: ip=192.168.178.1,unc=\\192.168.178.1\TOSHIBA-ExternalUSB3-0-01,iocharset=utf8,user=SonneOrangePi,pass=********mount error(112): Host is downRefer to the mount.cifs(8) manual page (e.g. man mount.cifs)' in /usr/share/php/openmediavault/system/process.inc:175Stack trace:#0 /usr/share/php/openmediavault/system/filesystem/remote.inc(427): OMV\System\Process->execute()#1 /usr/share/openmediavault/engined/module/fstab.inc(72): OMV\System\Filesystem\Remote->mount()#2 /usr/share/openmediavault/engined/rpc/config.inc(194): OMVModuleFsTab->startService()#3 [internal function]: OMVRpcServiceConfig->applyChanges(Array, Array)#4 /usr/share/php/openmediavault/rpc/serviceabstract.inc(124): call_user_func_array(Array, Array)#5 /usr/share/php/openmediavault/rpc/serviceabstract.inc(150): OMV\Rpc\ServiceAbstract->callMethod('applyChanges', Array, Array)#6 /usr/share/php/openmediavault/rpc/serviceabstract.inc(528): OMV\Rpc\ServiceAbstract->OMV\Rpc\{closure}('/tmp/bgstatus9n...', '/tmp/bgoutputVk...')#7 /usr/share/php/openmediavault/rpc/serviceabstract.inc(151): OMV\Rpc\ServiceAbstract->execBgProc(Object(Closure))#8 /usr/share/openmediavault/engined/rpc/config.inc(213): OMV\Rpc\ServiceAbstract->callMethodBg('applyChanges', Array, Array)#9 [internal function]: OMVRpcServiceConfig->applyChangesBg(Array, Array)#10 /usr/share/php/openmediavault/rpc/serviceabstract.inc(124): call_user_func_array(Array, Array)#11 /usr/share/php/openmediavault/rpc/rpc.inc(86): OMV\Rpc\ServiceAbstract->callMethod('applyChangesBg', Array, Array)#12 /usr/sbin/omv-engined(536): OMV\Rpc\Rpc::call('Config', 'applyChangesBg', Array, Array, 1)#13 {main}

    Hi,


    For a couple of days I am running an Orange Pi Zero Plus (OPI0+) together with an external USB 2.0 HDD (Western Digital) as a mini NAS. I installed an OMV ISO image based on Armbian.


    The HDD has a separate power adapter, independent from the OPI0+. The OPI0+ has very little power consumption, particularly in idle. The power cable/adapter of the Western Digital HDD is plugged into a remote Wi-Fi (WLAN) power plug, which can be turned off and on - from almost everywhere.


    Would it be okay to turn off the HDD power, means to turn off only the HDD, when I don't use the NAS?


    Remarks: I will use the HDD very rarely. The power consumption of the HDD is much higher than the OPI0+. An OPI0+ shut down, via OMV, causes a permanent shut down. It keeps on being off, even after turning on the power plug, means it doesn't boot. It boots only, if I remove the micro-USB cable/adapter at the OPI0+ and plug it in again.


    Thanks for your advise,
    Joe

    Are you using one of the OMV images?

    Yes, I installed OMV_3_0_91_Orangepizeroplus_4.13.13.img.xz. Is it possible to install only the missing nls_utf8.ko module?


    I do have an OrangePi Zero Plus, which has only one classical USB Port that is already used to attach an older external USB 2.0 HDD (Western Digital). My idea has been to mount also the Toshiba-HDD remotely, which is attached to the Fritz!Box (and should be connected to it), because data transfer and miniDLNA (particularly for FLAC files) is much more convenient and faster on the OPI0+ OMV combination than the built-in Fritz!NAS.

    Hi,


    OMV 3.0.91 (Kernel Linux 4.13.13-sunxi 64) runs on an OrangePi Zero Plus, which is connected thru LAN directly to a Fritz!Box (FB) 7490. An external USB 3.0 HDD (NTFS) is attached to the FB. Fritz.NAS is configured properly and works fine, particularly access from Windows PCs. Serveral FB users do have read and write authorizations to the main share 'TOSHIBA-ExternalUSB3-0-01' (the entire external HDD). The OMV user 'SonneOrangePi' exists within OMV and the OPI0+ and the FB. This user has everywhere the same password. Within OMV the user 'SonneOrangePi' is currently assigned to all user groups with all priviliges - at the moment, for testing.


    Now, I'd like to configure the OMV Remote Mount plugin (test repo) to mount the FB HDD.


    Mount Type: SMB/CIFS
    Name: FritzBoxFestplatte
    Server: 192.168.178.1
    Share: TOSHIBA-ExternalUSB3-0-01
    Username: SonneOrangePi
    Password: ***
    Options: _netdev,iocharset=utf8



    Unfortunately, this configuration doesn't work. Following error occurs:


    Failed to execute command 'export PATH=/bin:/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/local/sbin; export LANG=C; mount -v '/srv/6503e140-ec6b-4f09-9728-aff451ccf77a' 2>&1' with exit code '32': mount.cifs kernel mount options: ip=192.168.178.1,unc=\\192.168.178.1\TOSHIBA-ExternalUSB3-0-01,iocharset=utf8,user=SonneOrangePi,pass=******** mount error(79): Can not access a needed shared library Refer to the mount.cifs(8) manual page (e.g. man mount.cifs)


    Fehler #0:exception 'OMV\ExecException' with message 'Failed to execute command 'export PATH=/bin:/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/local/sbin; export LANG=C; mount -v '/srv/6503e140-ec6b-4f09-9728-aff451ccf77a' 2>&1' with exit code '32': mount.cifs kernel mount options: ip=192.168.178.1,unc=\\192.168.178.1\TOSHIBA-ExternalUSB3-0-01,iocharset=utf8,user=SonneOrangePi,pass=********mount error(79): Can not access a needed shared libraryRefer to the mount.cifs(8) manual page (e.g. man mount.cifs)' in /usr/share/php/openmediavault/system/process.inc:175Stack trace:#0 /usr/share/php/openmediavault/system/filesystem/remote.inc(427): OMV\System\Process->execute()#1 /usr/share/openmediavault/engined/module/fstab.inc(72): OMV\System\Filesystem\Remote->mount()#2 /usr/share/openmediavault/engined/rpc/config.inc(194): OMVModuleFsTab->startService()#3 [internal function]: OMVRpcServiceConfig->applyChanges(Array, Array)#4 /usr/share/php/openmediavault/rpc/serviceabstract.inc(124): call_user_func_array(Array, Array)#5 /usr/share/php/openmediavault/rpc/serviceabstract.inc(150): OMV\Rpc\ServiceAbstract->callMethod('applyChanges', Array, Array)#6 /usr/share/php/openmediavault/rpc/serviceabstract.inc(528): OMV\Rpc\ServiceAbstract->OMV\Rpc\{closure}('/tmp/bgstatusCt...', '/tmp/bgoutputpG...')#7 /usr/share/php/openmediavault/rpc/serviceabstract.inc(151): OMV\Rpc\ServiceAbstract->execBgProc(Object(Closure))#8 /usr/share/openmediavault/engined/rpc/config.inc(213): OMV\Rpc\ServiceAbstract->callMethodBg('applyChanges', Array, Array)#9 [internal function]: OMVRpcServiceConfig->applyChangesBg(Array, Array)#10 /usr/share/php/openmediavault/rpc/serviceabstract.inc(124): call_user_func_array(Array, Array)#11 /usr/share/php/openmediavault/rpc/rpc.inc(86): OMV\Rpc\ServiceAbstract->callMethod('applyChangesBg', Array, Array)#12 /usr/sbin/omv-engined(536): OMV\Rpc\Rpc::call('Config', 'applyChangesBg', Array, Array, 1)#13 {main}


    What changes are required for a proper configuration?


    Thanks in advance for your support,
    Joe

    Hi,


    Today I installed OMV successfully on a new Orange Pi Zero Plus (OPI0+) using the prepared ISO image OMV_3_0_91_Orangepizeroplus_4.13.13.img.xz. It worked fine. I attached and mounted via the OMV UI an external USB 2.0 HDD. I installed also the miniDLNA Add-On and configured folder/file sharing and streaming for various clients. In parallel I connected to the OPI0+ thru PuTTY and changed the initial password of user 'root'. (The OPI0+ is connected via LAN cable directly to a Fritz!Box 7490.)


    After logout (user 'root') from the OPI0+ PuTTY ssh session, the logon to the OMV web UI didn't work anymore. I haven't changed the initial password of the OMV user 'admin'. Thus, I keyed in the user 'admin' and the password 'openmediavault', but the error occured: "Software Failure. ... Wrong Username, wrong password (Falscher Benutzername oder Passwort)."


    Subsequent to a second login to the OPI0+ via PuTTY ssh, the OMV UI login (user 'admin') worked again properly ?(
    This special effect occurs from time to time, and I can't retrace why.


    What should I do? Nothing? ;) And hope that I can login again ...


    Regards,
    Jochem



    P. S.
    Many thanks to all people who have build and contributed to OMV and Armbian - wow!
    Installation and configuration of my mini-NAS as a music server went well, and I could enjoy streaming flac files to my AV receiver, using the remote control app (from the manufacturer) on an iPhone
    Selection of music (album, title, artist, etc.) works fine and fast, much more convenient and

    @tkaiser: Many thanks. Great. The Orange PI Zero Plus seems to be the right alternative for me [running 24 x 7 ;) ]. The WD hard drive does have built-in power saving. Could this cause issues (e.g. https://www.linuxonlinehelp.de…ital-drive-wdbaau0010hbk/)? How to solve/overcome?


    How to connect an Orange PI Zero Plus to a (HDMI-)monitor, for 1st install? (I didn't see any HDMI port)
    Or is there another 1st installation approach that works reliable from the very first step without a monitor attached to the Orange PI Zero Plus? [Sorry, I am a newbie]


    Regards,
    Joe

    Many thanks for your hints.


    It is said that the smart plug just consumes around 0.5 to 1 W on its own. And I don’t like to keep devices switched on 24 x 7, if I will use them in average just 2 hours per day or maybe less. I do have some foot-operated power plug switches (Bachmann, 0 W when switched off) to avoid idle or standby power consumption.


    Currently the Fritz!Box 7490 with connected USB 3.0 HDD (Toshiba STOR.E Slim 1 TB), HTPC (Intel NUC 5i5RYH), LAN network switch (TP-Link TL-SG105E) and external TV card (TechnoTrend TT Connect CT-3650 CI, DVB-C) are always on (... the NUC is mostly in S3).


    The Pioneer AV-Receiver VSX-520D and Blu-Ray Player BDP-X300 are only on (including standby), when the main classical foot-operated power plug is switched on - as long as we watch TV (Panasonic Viera TX-L42V20E) or hear music. Than, they are really off.


    All devices consume relatively little electrical power when they are in use, and very little when they are in standby, and nothing when switched off.


    Thus, I thought about remote - save - shutdown of the PI, thereafter power off the smart plug ... and switch on the smart plug to start the PI and the music server.


    Are the alternatives you’ve mentioned are also easy to install and to use - like a PI? I am not a developer, but can read, configure and try ;-) Regarding PI it’s easy to find guides and tipps, including PI OMV installation images. What about the others?


    The Western Digital external USB 2.0 hdd is already available (and not used) ... that has been the motivation for setting up a mini NAS as a separate flac music server, because the built-in mediaserver of the Fritz!Box doesn’t utilize and interprete any flac tags (what a pity).


    What would you do - instead of the PI?


    Thanks,
    Joe

    Dear all,


    In a couple of days I am going to purchase my very first PI 3. I do have an external USB 2.0 hard drive (2 TB, Western Digital WDBAAU0010HBK-01), which I want to use as a simple 'NAS', without RAID, to store and stream flac-files, mainly to my AV Receiver Pioneer VSX-S520D. I already converted some CDs to flac (ongoing). Therefore, I plan to install OMV and the miniDLNA plugin, providing a convenient low cost 'music server'.


    Since I will use this music server rarely, I think about a regular shutdown (remotely from an iPad or iPhone) via Command Pi, iTerminal, Termius, WebSSH or a similar app. Additionally, I will have a WiFi smart plug, which I can switch on and off also remotely via these two devices. Both, the PI and the hard drive (with own electrical power adapter) will be plugged into this smart plug. After a PI shutdown I can switch the smart plug off, and if I like to start the music server, I simply turn the smart plug (from the iPhone/iPad) ... that's the idea.


    What do I need to configure for getting an autostart of OMV together with miniDLNA, when I start the PI by switching the smart plug on?
    I also like to use the OMV TeamViewer plugin (or X11VNC server) for remote access and control, if required.


    Thanks in advance, and best regards,
    Joe