Posts by Tobias

    Did you use any special instructions? I would also like to use Collabora Online.

    Hi! First of all thanks for all the guides! They have helped me a lot. There is already the manual for an integration of a OnyOffice docker, but I like CollaboraOffice more. Is there already a customized manual for it? I can only find general installation instructions and I'm not sure enough in docker that I can customize them to omv.

    I have a fresh installed omv 5 with omv-extras activated. I have updated the system regularly. today the kernel 5.5.0 is offered to update. within the update process there is an error message, but i'm not sure where the mistake is. the system reboots normal with the 5.4 kernel.

    My 2 cents.
    I had the same problem. Fixed it with 2 steps:
    1) cat /etc/initramfs-tools/conf.d/resume:
    RESUME=/dev/vda1 #instead of turned-off swap uuid
    2) omv-mkconf mdadm
    It updates /etc/mdadm/mdadm.conf and rebuilds initramfs.

    i had the same problem with omv 5. it is a ssd (system) and a hdd (data) installed.

    i had to make some adjustments:

    1) nano /etc/initramfs-tools/conf.d/resume


    2) since omv-mkconf is no longer available, I had to use omv-salt.

    omv-salt deploy run mdadm

    Edit: okay, after a few restarts the error messages still come, but are skipped.

    Yes, i did, but it didn't work. in addition I have installed the 4.19.0-0.bpo.5-amd64 with "apt-get dist-upgrade". But nothing changed, the e1000e driver didn't work.

    But i tried it again from the beginning and in the end, i made it.
    I used the following instruction (it is in german) and changed some parts:…eren?xtxsearchselecthit=1

    Here is my way:

    • Install build-essential

      • apt-get install build-essential
    • The installation of the linux-headers did end with an apt error, so i had to use this command:

      • apt install -t stretch-backports linux-headers-4.19.0-0.bpo.5-amd64
    • Link the headers (Don't know if it necessary)

      • ln -s /usr/src/linux-headers-`uname -r` /usr/src/linux
    • Download the e1000e driver from the intel-website via wget

      • wget [url][/url]
    • Unpack the driver

      • tar xzvf e1000e-
    • Compile the driver

      • cd e1000e-
      • make
      • make install
    • Reload moduls

      • depmod -a
    • Rebuild initramfs

      • update-initramfs -u -k all
    • Check the driver version

      • modinfo e1000e | grep version
    • Load the driver module (Don't know if it necessary)

      • modprobe e1000e


    I want to install OMV 4.1.22 on the following system:

    • ASRock DeskMini 310
    • Intel Pentium Gold G5600
    • 8GB RAM

    i can install OMV with an USB-Ethernet-card, but i have problems with the internal Ethernet card I219v. the preinstalled e1000e-driver of the kernel doesn't seem to work. (the following output is from an ubuntu 18.04 installation, where the card works)

    obiwahn@ubuntu:~$ lspci -nnk | grep -i net -A2
    00:1f.6 Ethernet controller [0200]: Intel Corporation Ethernet Connection (7) I219-V [8086:15bc] (rev 10)
    Subsystem: ASRock Incorporation Ethernet Connection (7) I219-V [1849:15bc]
    Kernel driver in use: e1000e
    Kernel modules: e1000e

    one solution, i have found, is to take the intel driver directly from the website. i' following the instructions on the downloadpage. The building of the new kernel modul is successfull, but i can't get the new driver to work. I think, i make a mistake loading the driver permanently. What have I forgotten?

    Thanks, ObiWahn

    OMV 5 uses the same 4.19 kernel that OMV 4 uses by default - 4.19.backports kernel. Have you tried the 4.1.22 iso?

    Yes, i tried a couple of days ago. brack then i couldn't get the e1000e drive to work.
    Just now i tried to install it again and it worked.

    i didn't know that omv4 uses the backports kernel. 4.19 should have known the network card, but the e1000e driver seems to be a little bit tricky.
    But that''s offtopic.