Posts by matefon

    I managed to solve the issue.

    So I remembered that after I installed python3.10 the update command had this strange message.

    In my browsing history I found the guide I followed to install python3.10.

    Then I searched for the python version that does not show an error when I try to import openmediavault:

    root@raspberrypi:/usr/bin# python3.10 -c "import openmediavault"
    Traceback (most recent call last):
      File "<string>", line 1, in <module>
    ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'openmediavault'
    root@raspberrypi:/usr/bin# python3.7 -c "import openmediavault"

    Then I followed the guide to make python3 call python3.7 instead of 3.10.

    Hi, after updating python3 to 3.10 with some help (I am using a Raspberry Pi) I tried to apply the configuration and this error message shows:

    Also, when I run apt update this happens:

    Traceback (most recent call last):  File "/usr/sbin/omv-mkaptidx", line 38, in <module>    import aptModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'apt'Reading package lists... DoneBuilding dependency treeReading state information... DoneAll packages are up to date.

    Can anyone help me? Thanks.

    Thank you.

    I already found that one and others too.

    This temporary solution was tested and it works for now: echo 524288 > /proc/sys/net/netfilter/nf_conntrack_max

    Also this move was not too clever because according to this I can have maximum 65535 connections with 2GB RAM. This is why I chose this forum for an advice.




    My new OMV NAS (Raspberry Pi 4 2GB) started not answering.

    It is the first time I have seen this message in syslog: nf_conntrack: table full, dropping packet.

    Uptime was not a problem: now it is 4 or 5 days but the maximum was 20 days and due to a power outage, it couldn't have been more.

    I don't know what it is: I'm using exactly the same things as I did before. :(

    Please, help,


    Okay, web interface is available. I did this:

    # systemctl unmask openmediavault-engined

    Then I could change the network interface in omv-firstaid and after a reboot WebUI is working.

    Now I've got another problem. After sudo apt-get update I get this:

    Hello there,

    I installed haugene/transmission with vpn on Raspbian (Raspberry Pi 4) with Portainer stack

    What should I do? Peering (uploading) doesn't work either. :|



    New problem ahead:

    Transmission doesn't download nor upload torrents.

    Portainer shows "Healthy" put ping is

    PING ( 56(84) bytes of data. --- ping statistics --- 1 packets transmitted, 0 received, 100% packet loss, time 0ms Network is down



    Thank you!

    Using a plug-in in Firefox called Torrent Control I could add the magnet link to Transmission by right-clicking then selecting Torrent Control --> Add torrent.

    VPN is working (Proxy is disabled).

    Note: Transmission will show and error but it's okay, just go back to and you will see your IP.


    After a long and painful journey in finding the solution, I found it:

    Multiple LOCAL_NETWORKs could be added with e.g. LOCAL_NETWORK= (separated with spaces).

    New, better UI could be applied with TRANSMISSION_WEB_UI=transmission-web-control

    If somewhy it doesn't work just stop your VPN Server with systemctl stop openvpn@server. Then start the container/stack. In the end, you can use systemctl status openvpn@server to check or systemctl start openvpn@server to start VPN Server again. (Exit with q)

    Anyone can use this config, just please, customize it before running! I have several options, ports reconfigured and your IP address may be different.

    Special thanks for sabamimi who helped me even when I was silly. Some parts of this code belongs to them.

    P.S: Use stacks, they're cool.