Thank you. That's done the trick.
When I click on App Templates and Select a category, no categories to select and Search says No templates available. Similarly with Custom Templates. Returning to App Templates displays message Failure. Unable to retrieve templates.
I am running on raspberry pi and have upgraded to Portainer 2.
I have a raspberryPI 4, OMV 5 with MiniDLNA server. I also have a Windows10 PC running a DLNA server. The DLNA clients I use are my smart TV using a wired ethernet connection and Firestick using a wi-fi connection. All on the same network.
I have set the port on the OMV to 8200 and then to 8201, In each case, I can see both the DLNA servers on the Firestick clients, but only the OMV server on the TV client.
How does a DLNA client know to which servers it should connect? Also, does my TV client abandon trying to find another server once it has found one? Do the wired and wi-fi ethernet connections make any difference?
If I switch off 'enabled' on the OMV, the clients on Firestick see the Windows media files but the TV client sees nothing.
I am confused.
Tried with gmail account and gmail smtp and failed in the same way
Done the encryption. Mail is from me to me. Still bounced.
postfix/bounce non delivery notification
postfix/bounce non delivery notification
I have added authentication password but still get message bounced by smtp server. I don't know how to add SSL/TLS encryption to test message.
I setup SMTP server as smtp.outlook.com, SMTP port 587 and myself email@example.com as sender email and recipient email, No authentication.
Tried SMTP port 25, SMTP server smtp-mail.outlook.com. All failed
System log 'Client was not authenticated to send anonymous mail'
Would welcome help.
Thank you. I undestand. I guess the OMV internal database is etc/openmediavault/config.xml
I have a memory stick with the filesystem label 'stick' in a USB port of my raspberrypy 4.
At boot it doesn't get mounted because it doesn't have an entry in etc/fstab
If I mount it using the OMV gui it has a mount point of srv/dev-disk-by-label/stick and device name dev/disk/by-label/stick
If I mount it using PUTTY mount –t exfat /dev/sdb1 /media/memorystick it has a mount point of /media /memorystick but a device name dev/disk/by-label/stick
The header of the Filesystem table in the gui is missaligned and the device name is incorrect.
Does this mean that with OMV you can only use directory srv for mount points and you have to use persistent block device naming (by-label, or by-uid if no label is present)?
I am following the Dockstarter tutorial by Technodadlife and reached the point where he said nano needs to remove 'noexec' from mntent.
I followed the instructions and removed it but when i then tried to access omv via a browser got
Fatal error 76: Opening and ending tag mismatch: ntent line 356 and mntent (line=365, column=16)
I returned to mntent and reintroduced noexec into it's previous place but still got the same error.
I noticed that the Teechnodadlife video showed mntent in yellow followed by mntent in white. When I did it there was mntent in yellow followed by ntent in white.
You can tell I don't know what I'm doing but need to recover OMV.
I have installed miniDNLA plugin onto OMV and using File Explorer on Windows 10 selected a number of photos and copied them across from Windows to the raspberrypi 4.
Before copying I rotated any photos to portrait which were displayed as landscape so that they had the correct orientation.
If I now connect in to raspberrypi from my Windows pc and view those photos they have retained the rotation but if I view them on the Philips television they have reverted to their original orientation and have to be rotated again.
Does anyone know why this is.
I configured the new port 8201 and it worked. I can now view photos from both the Philips television itself or using Firestick on the TV.
Thank you raulfg3.
Yes. Philips TV is DVLA compatible.
Also I set up my Windows PC as a DVLA server and was able to see photos on the TV.
At the moment I've loaded a UPnP client onto Firestick and I can see photos stored in the NAS.
However that is access through wi-fi to Firestick and the TV is ethernet connected. I do't know if wi-fi would be slower than ethernet.
The DNLA server works on the Raspberry pi 4/OMV since I can view photos using Windows Media Player on Windows 10 desktop.
So the server is OK.
Why doesn't it access the DNLA client on the smart TV?
My Philips TV is attached to my network by ethernet cable from the router. Attached to the TV is a Amazon Firestick which attaches via wi-fi.
When I open the DLNA client on the TV I cannot see the OMV DLNA server. It appears to be only the seeing the Firestick.
I have detached the Firestick from the TV but the connected clients still include the Firestick and not the TV.
I need help.
Thank you for your help
However now HTTP from browser and can see webGUI. Does that mean the installation is good?
Last few lines of Putty
Enable and start systemd-resolved ...
Unblocking wifi with rfkill ...
Adding eth0 to openmedivault database ...
IP address may change and you could lose connection if running this script via s sh.