In terminal please run
omv-confadm show conf.system.notification.notification
Paste the output here
There is a secondary db entry there. Don’t know how it got into there.
If you’re comfortable editing xml try
And check the section mentioned in the error
In notifications see if there is duplicate entry for cronapt
I'd like to use an Conbee II Zigbee USB-device on my OpenMediaVault x64 machine.
Unfortunately, the setup documentation on the manufacture's website only covers installing the device on a regular Ubuntu desktop environment - not a headless Debian system:
As someone maybe already been using such a Conbee II stick with OMV and can give me some instructions? Can I just SSH into OVM and follow the installation procedure given above?
Use docker, i don't use it in omv but in my home assistant VM
Don't think that file needs to be there, the openmediavault yaml should take care of network.
Can you check if /etc/netplan has some configuration files?
On the negative side it doesn't offer read-write or read-only control for exposed folders, at least i couldn't see it.
There have been a lot of reports on issues with proftpd in buster. The problem is still using init script to start up. Upstream proftpd using systemd hasnt reached debian yet.
An alternative could be docker or an LXC container serving vsftpd
Just looking at the vsftpd conf i can see it does has chroot also has systemd start unit. votdev maybe could consider changing to vsftpd
Package list looks ok. The issue must be somewhere else.
You can check the boot log with
Write to a file to read it
journalctl -b >/tmp/bootlog
See if that gives more insight. But looks like is getting some ip by dhcp and static.
Not sure I haven’t use ufw. Need to refer to docker Docs for that, I think it gets complicated with docker.
Sorry is dpkg -l | grep dhcp
Commonly would see 2 ip assigned but three is really odd. Check for the dhcp package see if something is there.
I know that ther's a Firewall setup in WebUi , but i'm familiar with ufw.
It should be ok as long as you don't touch anything in the fw in the ui. If you perform a change all your rules will be flushed by omv backend (just INPUT and OUTPUT chains).
All the rules that are displayed in the fw panel are stored in the backend database so they are not read from the actual tables, so kept that in mind don't expect the ufw generated rules to show there/
Of this i am not sure 100% but a flush might also be triggered by a change in the network configuration panel. You can run a couple of tests if you want a report back.
Just create the raid in terminal. After that it should appear to format with filesystem.
To remove the restriction you need to edit the backend code filtering out usb drives. That change will get overwritten after omv package upgrade. Not worth it for just one command.
I own a rock64( don't use it know) but I saw this problem two years ago.
The issue is the image is built with a second dhcp client if i recall correctly instead of just having the default one which is isc-dhcp-client
Check for another dhcp package with
dpkg - l | grep dhcp
I would like to use LUKS BUT in the same time to use btrfs as filesystem, since i want to be ready for OMV next release
I am not so sure btrfs will be left as the only choice for omv. that hasn't been decided. The next major release is just gonna be redoing the frontend in angular.
Don't know what to tell you maybe someone with btrfs-luks expertise can contribute some code, basically some scripts check on how to handle multidevice btrfs.
Because I don't how what would happen if i try to mount a btrfs member without all the devices ready
I posted a workaround for the moment here People new to omv not comfortable editing xml, just edit /etc/fstab as long as you're not adding disks or shares to nfs, fstab should stay the same I also posted there what was is the actual problem. I think we can fix the issue with code in the plugin but for the moment btrfs will be left out due to the fact the old code that Ian Grant left there might not be valid in current btrfs-tools, the main problem is btrfs multi devices.
edit: Don't use this
Can people with mount issues after unlock post their fstab files please here.
That needs to be
Shouldn’t matter that variable unless something has changed in php how scoped variables are handled. But anyway give it a try.