Posts by ruudm

    The way I play audio is i.e. on my iPad, by Plex which is streamed by the Shairpoint plugin. Maybe my information in first post by adding Docker to the problem is misleading, I will adjust/remove that.

    I don't think that Docker is the problem because I can hear audio through the analog output. But I will give it a try and have a look ;-)

    Hello,


    I am trying to get S/PDIF working on my Intel NUC, OMV605 install, audio codec Realtek ALC283. Example: I am streaming audio on my iPad with Plex to Shairport. The app can see the shairport and play audio. Analog audio (headphone) plays OK.


    As far as I can see there is only one (old) message on this forum that explains a bit more (this one) with the same problem and same configuration (card 0, device 1). So I tried to figure that out the same way. PCM Stereo is good enough for me, it is just that I would like to make use of my amplifier. Something seems to be different in compare with the old thread because there is still no audio on S/PDIF.


    Can someone, an audio-expert? help me out on this? aplay -v doesn't show anything.


    aplay -l


    Code
    root@server02:~# cat /proc/asound/cards
    0 [PCH ]: HDA-Intel - HDA Intel PCH
    HDA Intel PCH at 0x91310000 irq 130

    Post a screenshot of your job. I am guessing you are leaving a field empty.

    Aha, you are right. I didn't need a comment so left the field empty. Filling it with any character does the job right. It doesn't leave a notice that it needs to be filled. Thx for the plugin and pointing that out :thumbup:


    Edit: the commentfield needs to be activated and filled with a character. Deleting the character (because you don't need it) still makes it possible to save the job. Without activation of the field it results in error 400.

    rSnapshot: I can't get it installed. 'Normal' OMV605 install, Docker/Portainer.

    After installation I get a '500 - internal server error - failed to read from socket: connection reset by peer'. Logscreen


    Closing this log-screen and refreshing the plugin-screen looks like the plugin is 'installed'. After adding/creating a rsnapshot task it ends up with an error 400 bad request, the value null is not a string. :/

    Not for me, OMV604, OMV usbbackup 6.0-9, EXT4.


    I made some entries (in services) for backing up some directories to external storage and enabled them. Example: USB disk is NOT connected to OMV and kept in another room. If I want a copy I connect the disk and do nothing. After a while (500 GB, ca. 3 hours) I can see inside the logfiles that backup is finished. Emails are sent of what is done.


    By the way: are we sure that we are talking about the same? Using the USB backup plugin from OMV extra's?

    Hi, it is a bit difficult to describe my 'problem' in one word so a search on the forum is also difficult. I would like to have a second (or maybe even third) network drive to categorize files (Windows 11, SMB). Network drive 1 = most used shares, network drive 2 = less used, etc. Is that possible to create on the same Pi/OMV?


    So, in other word: a second icon in this picture shoud appear, named 'SERVER2' with different shares in it?


    I have a Pi4 4GB as a NAS, with Docker Plex, Pihole. Simple setup: no RAID, rSnapshot to seperate disk, USB backup plugin for external copy.

    Couldn't wish me better :)


    edit. little addition: for what I need the system to do. There are always better systems.....

    I like the looks of the theme but I am not so familiar with setting filepermissions, as suggested on your Github.

    Set permissions to what :/ Can you point me to a direction? Thx!

    Yes, if you install Debian 11 Bullseye, 64 bits can also be installed (Google it for howto) and use the OMV install-script. It will then automatically install OMV 6 (beta).

    Hello, I have created a remote share to my Fritzbox for having an incremental backup (daily, weekly) with rSnapshot. I like the use of that because the main data-disk is connected to my Pi4 and the other backup-disk is somewhere else in the house connected to my Fritzbox.


    If I run the rSnapshot task the first time (by pressing the startbutton manually) a backup is created on the remote share: backup/data/name/daily.0 (name = name directory to backup).

    During last night rSnapshot does start (/var/lib/openmediavault/cron.d/rsnapshot daily) but ends up in errors (256 times because there are 256 files inside the backup-directory). The task seems to create hard links but is not able to do that.


    Inisde the code-block I have the error as described (256 x) and the result at the end of the errorlist.


    Code
    /bin/cp: cannot create hard link '/srv/edd9ae72-3529-4187-a832-b47d576359dd/backup//data/name/daily.1/filename.txt' to '/srv/edd9ae72-3529-4187-a832-b47d576359dd/backup//data/name/daily.0/filename.txt': Operation not supported
    rsnapshot encountered an error! The program was invoked with these options:
    /usr/bin/rsnapshot -c \
    /var/lib/openmediavault/rsnapshot.d/rsnapshot-5988af25-163e-4291-bb2a-7bb07d13a1ef.conf \
    daily
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ERROR: /bin/cp -al /srv/edd9ae72-3529-4187-a832-b47d576359dd/backup//data/name/daily.0 /srv/edd9ae72-3529-4187-a832-b47d576359dd/backup//data/name/daily.1 failed (result 256, exit status 1).
    ERROR: Error! cp_al("/srv/edd9ae72-3529-4187-a832-b47d576359dd/backup//data/name/daily.0/", "/srv/edd9ae72-3529-4187-a832-b47d576359dd/backup//data/name/daily.1/")


    It would by very nice to have the rsnapshot job executed but I don't now how to correct this problem.

    For me this is the ideal solution by using OMV / share on Fritzbox (and using Docker/Portainer).


    Any ideas to solve this problem? Thx in advance!

    Very strange what is happening. Maybe another approach might help because it is still unclear why?


    Install of OS should take about 3-5 minutes. If it takes longer then there is definitely something wrong (card?, computer?). If you do the same steps over and over you might get the same 'mistake'. So that is why I suggest another approach, we have the same computer.

    Use the Raspberry Pi Imager, install 'Raspberry Pi OS Lite 32 bit' onto SDHC card. Check at the end if a named 'boot' disk appears in your Explorer (if on Windows), put ssh file on card (as described in OMV wiki. Safely remove card, install on pi (no disks attached or other 'things'), get into ssh. (apt update/upgrade, reboot - see Wiki). Does your card boot and are you able to get into SSH?


    As far as I am concerned: most important steps are PI OS Lite, SSH and The Script. I have done many trial and error installs ^^ You learn the most out of it, so keep up!


    If yes (able to get into SSH, you probably will), continue, use install-script (see wiki), do not close the SSH screen. Install should take 3-5 minutes.

    Does the same thing happens again? Long waiting time? Did you try to use another SDHC?