Posts by omvmax

    I created an ansible user and have issues copying the ssh key using ssh-copy-id from control to my omv server. I know the password is right and PasswordAuthentication is set to "yes". I made the same changes w/ my pihole server and it works fine there. I even manually added the key to ~/.ssh/authorized_keys and I'm not able to ssh to ansible@omv server. What's the issue?


    /etc/ssh/sshd_config:

    I manually copied the contents from /etc/letsencrypt/live/<mydomain.com>/<em>fullchain,privkey</em>.pem from my pihole server to /etc/ssl/certificates/openmediavault-<uuid>.cert and /etc/ssl/private/openmediavault-<uuid>.key on my OMV5 server as mentioned here and I am able to get the cert working on the OMV UI. I want to spin up letsencrypt docker container to do the cert renewal from the OMV5 server and then copy it over to /etc/ssl/certificates/openmediavault-<uuid>.cert and /etc/ssl/private/openmediavault-<uuid>.key on the OMV5 server host. Any guides or tutorial on how to do this w/ letsencrypt docker, cloudflare DNS, and OMV5?

    I have a letsencrypt wildcard cert being renewed from my pihole server using certbot.

    In /etc/letsencrypt/live/example.com on the pihole server, I have these files:

    cert.pem

    chain.pem

    fullchain.pem

    privkey.pem


    Which files do I need to copy over to OMV5 server from the pihole server to enable SSL?

    I'm assuming I'll need to copy to these two files /etc/ssl/private/openmediavault.key, /etc/ssl/certs/openmediavault.crt on the OMV5 server but I'm not sure which pem file from the /etc/letsencrypt/live/example.com to copy and whether I need to convert the pem files to .key and .crt or just a rename?

    I have OMV5 installed on my Raspberry Pi 4 and I'm trying to create a filesystem on my SSD drive connected to the USB3.0 port (/dev/sda). Every time when I try to create an ext4 filesystem, it stops at 1882/15262. I'd like to try from the command prompt to see if it works. What would be the equivalent to the options from GUI Storage -> File Systems -> Create -> /dev/sda, ext4?

    I can't seem to follow this tutorial for OMV5 -


    I pulled the linuxserver/letsencrypt image on portainer on OMV5 but not sure what to do next. The tutorial from that video configures the settings from services/docker but I don't see that in OMV5. Is there a tutorial/guide for setting up letsencrypt on OMV5 + portainer or docker?


    Thanks. This worked for me, although the user interface doesn't show the ip6 address when set to auto. I also had to run 'sudo systemctl disable dhcpcd' to disable dhcpcd as I was getting two network interfaces and IP addresses. 1 static IP from /etc/system.d/network and the other from /etc/dhcpcd.conf

    On Raspberry Pi 4B



    I'm using 2x Micron 1300 2TB SATA SSD drives. How do I know to how to configure Advanced Power Management, Automatic Acoustic Management, Spindown time in the Physical disk properties? If I am unsure is it safe to enable and see if it works?

    I have OMV 5.x installed on my Raspberry Pi 4B and I assigned a static IP to eth0 on the Interface tab on the Network page on OMV and now I have two IPs assigned to eth0. One is the static IP (10.10.10.10) and one I'm assuming is from DHCP (10.10.10.51). Is there any reason to have two IPs for eth0 or can I remove the 10.10.10.51? How would I remove it? I checked /etc/dhcpcd.conf and there are no interface eth0 entries in there.

    I used this image for my Raspberry Pi 4B and I notice it uses Armbian which I never heard of. All my other Pis use Raspbian and I'd like to keep it the same so it can be consistent w/ updates and packages as I'd like to eventually use Ansible to manage my devices.
    Is there any particular advantages of OMV on Armbian?
    Would it run just as well if I flash Raspbian and then manually install OMV?