My board has an M.2 slot so may as well use it for the OS they are too expensive and low capacity to load up with movies etc.
I used to have an XU4 and was bugged by the same problem but this was not with OMV. I did some research in the Ordoid forum and found it was a common problem. Sorry, it was a couple of years ago I can't remember the details but I couldn't solve it. Check the Odroid forum.
This is similar to my home build as below and very happy with it.
That was it, thanks.
I see the same happens when manually installing updates. Again I miss the feedback the info window provides, and way to get this back?
I have several that run on schedule and occasionally I run them manually from the web interface. I noticed today that the usual window that tells you what is happening does not appear anymore. I liked this feedback when setting up new rsync jobs. Is this a deliberate change or has my setup somehow been changed?
Install Portainer and use that to download the containers.
Jellyfin in a Docker on OMV and Jellyfin app on your phone. Does video too.
OK have solved this.
In the Portainer screen above use:
Name - your choice
Address - IP of OMV
Mount point - /name of your share (not /export/name of your share)
Ensure user is the same on all devices with same UID and GID and the shares are owned by that user.
Adding the share is done through Portainer add volume to container screen.
If anyone knows how to add the nfs shares to a container with Docker-compose I'd love to know.
Thanks for your input I may not have explained myself fully but I want the OMV nfs shares to be accessible from the second (Ubuntu) device. I can't use the remotemount plugin therefore. The shares are accessible using usual methods (fstab, autofs) but not from within Docker apps using the Docker/Portainer nfs mounting methods I have seen in the above links and others. Hence the request for a working example. nfs-utils (now called nfs-common) is installed.
I have several nfs shares for media folders on OMV 5 and it all works fine for streaming to Kodi, Jellyfin etc.
On a second (Ubuntu) server I want to create Docker nfs volumes to use in Docker apps such as Medusa. I get to this screen and I've tried all the obvious settings but I can't get things to work - the volumes are created but when I add them to a Docker app there is nothing in the share folders. Can anyone give me a working example of what to put in the Address and mount point fields? Thanks.
There's a good Jellyfin forum on Reddit.
Jellyfin is a free fork of Emby - worth looking at as all the paid for features with Emby are free with Jellyfin.
OK thanks for the clarification - do OMV extras auto update or do you have to do it manually?
My approach to this and it works locally, I haven't tested it remotely, is to install Jellyfin in a docker and use this as a back end database for Kodi. Jellyfin access over the net can be made more secure with a reverse proxy setup - lots on this in Jellyfin forum. You'll need duckdns or similar and Letsencrypt (or whatever it's new name is) to enable secure remote access.
Then use the Jellyfin for Kodi plugin and point it to your Jellyfin web address. This bit works locally, haven't tested it remotely but if it doesn't work your father could see your files with the Jellyfin web client.
I had that version of extras installed but an uninstall and reinstall fixed the problem - thanks.
Title says it allQuote
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/sbin/omv-firstaid", line 92, in <module>
File "/usr/sbin/omv-firstaid", line 57, in main
modules = load_modules()
File "/usr/sbin/omv-firstaid", line 44, in load_modules
mod = __import__(modname)
File "/usr/share/openmediavault/firstaid/modules.d/61aptclean.py", line 22, in <module>
ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'openmediavault.subprocess'
Worked - thanks.
I have an NFS share on Ubuntu server 192.168.1.2 that I know I can remote mount on other devices.
On OMV (192.168.1.3)I have the plugin installed and the remote share details entered but when I click the mount button I get:
OMV\Rpc\Exception: Invalid RPC response. Please check the syslog for more information. in /usr/share/php/openmediavault/rpc/rpc.inc:187
#0 /usr/share/php/openmediavault/rpc/proxy/json.inc(97): OMV\Rpc\Rpc::call('RemoteMount', 'mount', Array, Array, 3)
#1 /var/www/openmediavault/rpc.php(45): OMV\Rpc\Proxy\Json->handle()