Posts by OMV_user

    Hi there,


    I have some troubles setting up my Openvpn on a DietPie (running as DNS / PiHole) and a seperate OMV NAS.
    I'm trying to get the connection to the NAS (webGUI + SMB) via OpenVPN (except there's a better way?)
    What I still got working is acess to Internet via VPN and I can connect to Router (running on 192.168.xxx.1) und DietPi (192.168.xxx.2)


    What I've done so far:


    1. Setting up Router with
    - 192.168.xxx.2 as DNS-server
    - portfowarding of udp 1194 on 192.168.xxx.2
    - a route from 10.8.0.0 to 192.168.xxx.2


    2. Running OpenVPN on Dietpi with this config (comes from PiVPN):


    Router is defined as DNS in server.conf, but forwards to DietPi / PiHole on 192.168.xxx.2


    3. Iptables on OMV machine:



    If you have any ideas how to solve my problem, please let me know....


    Viele Grüße
    Martin

    Heyho,


    last time I gave up getting vdr to work.


    Now I'm on OMV 3.0 and giving it a next try ;)


    This time the problem seems to be somewehere else. I don't get a response from live and streamdev-plugin pages ("No site found"), VDRAdmin-AM tells me it couldn't get a connection to locahost and I should check svdrphosts.conf. I checked that file and allowed the correct machines.


    In VDR-Plugin I created a recording folder and set up correct read-write privilegs.


    Then I checked the syslog, this seems to be weird, have a look:


    The firmware seems not to be loaded but dmesg tells me:


    Code
    root@zion:~# dmesg | grep DVB
    [ 1.573773] usb 1-1: Product: DVB-T2/C USB-Stick
    [ 4.061008] usb 1-1: dvb_usb_v2: found a 'DVBSky T330' in warm state
    [ 4.061076] DVB: registering new adapter (DVBSky T330)
    [ 4.085742] usb 1-1: DVB: registering adapter 0 frontend 0 (Silicon Labs Si2168)...
    [ 4.117387] input: DVBSky T330 as /devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:12.2/usb1/1-1/rc/rc0/input6
    [ 4.117801] rc rc0: DVBSky T330 as /devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:12.2/usb1/1-1/rc/rc0
    [ 4.117806] usb 1-1: dvb_usb_v2: 'DVBSky T330' successfully initialized and connected


    Beside the firmwareproblem vdr seems not to work right (from what I see from the syslog).
    Does anybody have an idea how to get it working?

    Seems it will not be easy, when the commands ends it says there's nothing to scan:


    Additional info:
    There are to options building the driver for the stick. One for combined dvb-t/c use, one only for dvb-t. With the first TVHeadend only showd me the Stick as dvb-t device.
    In the VDR-Plugin it's the same problem.
    Currently i'm trying the second driver on a nearly clean system from a backup (only OMV-Plugins used), withTVHeadened removed.

    Hi @all,


    this is my first post, because OMV is a great system and since now I got everything working as I wanted it to work, even by searching other threads ;)
    I'm using Linux/Debian only on my NAS, so I hope I can explain the steps I took clearly.


    I'm want to use an Edision DVB-T2/C USB stick to record TV and stream it to XMBC clients. According to other threads the driver of DVBsky T330 should work. So I installed them on my system (using the Backport Kernel 3.16).
    The Problem is, that the VDR-Plugin doesn't recognize the stick, I'm getting this message when trying to search for channels:




    For more information here's the in-/output:


    Code
    root@ZION:~# ls /dev/dvb
    adapter0


    Code
    root@ZION:~# dmesg | grep DVB
    [ 1.444992] usb 3-4: Product: DVB-T2/C USB-Stick
    [ 3.016145] usb 3-4: dvb_usb_v2: found a 'DVBSky T330 USB Stick' in warm state
    [ 3.016198] DVB: registering new adapter (DVBSky T330 USB Stick)
    [ 3.041781] usb 3-4: DVB: registering adapter 0 frontend 0 (Sit2 DVB-T2/C)...
    [ 3.064240] input: DVBSky T330 USB Stick as /devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:16.2/usb3/3-4/rc/rc0/input6
    [ 3.064296] rc0: DVBSky T330 USB Stick as /devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:16.2/usb3/3-4/rc/rc0
    [ 3.064303] usb 3-4: dvb_usb_v2: 'DVBSky T330 USB Stick' successfully initialized and connected


    I also tried installing TVHeadend according this thread. There the Stick is found, but it doesn't find any channels. I assume it's the same problem.
    Anybody out there who can help?
    Thanks a lot!

    Hi,


    I'm new to omv and in the last weeks I setup my new NAS-machine. OMV seems to be a very goot piece of software *thumbs up*


    I'm using autoshutdown to send my NAS to suspend, but it seems there are some problems after waking up the NAS.


    When I apply changes in the autoshutdown-menu the log works fine and it shuts down like I think it should.


    After waking up autoshutdown seems not to work, it doesn't send the machine to sleep and there are no log-entrys.


    Could there be problems with restarting autoshutdown?


    Thanks for your help