Posts by sjaglin

    Actually I just found out that you can directly bash into the docker container via the portainer gui ... nice feature!

    Yes I saw that too, it works really well whereas the same feature does not seem to work with shellinabox on my system, another thing I will try to troubleshoot at some point.

    Thanks Macom, I will try to find the config.php this way,

    Many thanks to both :)

    I think you need CLI access to change the config.php.
    Maybe you could install Shellinabox from remote to have CLI...


    Thanks Morlan,

    I am now back to base, I am struggling to find the config.php , am I looking to open the console in the container (ie through the portainer facility) or directly into the native OMV console?

    Also, I am not sure where to find this config.php , I am a Linux user but mainly GUI ... I have looked in the nextcloud manual, they describe a lot about the content but not the location, also I guess that the location of this file is in the containers' file system?

    Many thanks


    I have the latest nextcloud version ( Docker 19.03.4 on linux, arm) running as a container (docker) on a raspberry 4.

    All works fine at home and I am trying to access remotely nextcloud, the Pi is accessible from outside via

    this is what I get:

    I understand that I need to modify the config.php and I don't have access to the CLI.

    I have access remotely to the general controls of my containers via the OMV GUI as well as through Portainer (1.2.22).

    Is there anyway to modify the container via one of these 2 GUIs in order to be able to access Nextcloud from my remote location?

    Any help will be greatly appreciated,



    I I recently installed a version 4 of OMV on a raspberry Pi and of course one of the things on my list was an easy and secure remote control of the various elements of the software.

    My setup is OMV 4 with 6 dockers so far, plugged in on the Ethernet pot of my router. After an unconvincing experience with duckdns and opening some ports to access my router, I came across ( )and I must say the experience is baffling AND free for a non-commercial account. :thumbup:

    Without opening any ports I access my Raspberry PI from outside, on PCs or on my mobile, very fast connection (useful as one of the containers is piwigo -> big images). The installation was really simple, I am not an expert, and the support adequate.

    It is so perfect for my use that it feels almost too perfect to be true and I suddenly am a bit suspicious of the safety of my data. :/

    I would be grateful is anyone could let me know if they experienced the service and if they can confirm that this is safe, I can't see any threads on the subject in these forums,

    Many thanks,


    New to OMV also and I would second ichfunktion's question 1 on the best process to use when OMV 5.0 becomes stable ie upgrade or re-install.

    Many thanks,