Posts by tiste

    I found out !!!!!!!!!!


    It came from the wall RJ45 itself !!!!

    New house, I cabled all the walls :

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    Here it is now :


    On the switch :

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    Glad I am now ^^

    Need to tell my electrician now ^^

    Hope it will help others.

    Thanks for your replies geaves

    Hello guys.

    I know I can count on you on this one.


    Here is the deal : I did not notice that from the begininng after I moved in my new house, but since then, my network card is set up to 100Mb/s instead of 1Gb/s.


    Proof :


    Again with my switch (Netgear GS116Ev2 - 16-Port Gigabit Ethernet Smart Managed Plus Switch) :

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    I don't understand why because all the other hardwares are connected with 1000Mb/s autoneg full duplex.


    If I try to force autoneg off and speed 1000 on card with :

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    ethtool -s eth1 speed 1000 duplex full autoneg off

    I don't get the network starting.

    I tried switching the cables on same port on the switch, and between PC and NAS and same...

    Everything I plug on the switch, whatever the port, it is autoneg 1000Mb/s OK, so the problem definitely comes from OMV...


    Backports are enabled :

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    More information :

    - Hardware on signature

    - apt-get update && install done

    - eth0 = embedded network card (never been used)

    - eth1 = intel PCIe card

    - I reinstall these drivers https://downloadcenter.intel.c…sous-Linux-?product=32209 with no luck


    Also for your information :

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    tiste@caribounas:/$ sudo lspci -nnk
    01:00.0 Ethernet controller [0200]: Intel Corporation 82574L Gigabit Network Connection [8086:10d3]
    Subsystem: Intel Corporation Gigabit CT Desktop Adapter [8086:a01f]
    Kernel driver in use: e1000e
    Kernel modules: e1000e
    03:00.0 Ethernet controller [0200]: Qualcomm Atheros QCA8171 Gigabit Ethernet [1969:10a1] (rev 10)
    Subsystem: ASRock Incorporation QCA8171 Gigabit Ethernet [1849:10a1]
    Kernel driver in use: alx
    Kernel modules: alx


    Code
    tiste@caribounas:/$ lsmod | grep e1000
    e1000e 282624 0


    Code
    tiste@caribounas:/$ sudo modprobe e1000e
    tiste@caribounas:/$



    Thanks for you all.

    Hello everyone,


    After having followed every single line of this wonderful how to : OMV + Docker plugin media server (Plex, PlexPy, Ombi, Libresonic, NZBGet, ruTorrent, Sonarr, Radarr, Mylar, and more)
    Thank you very much @flvinny521 !!!
    I still have an issue.


    No media is being processed.


    Here is my conf : Capture.PNG
    Here are the settings and scan in Libresonic : Capture2.PNG
    Here is the result : Capture3.PNG


    Please let me know what to do with this.
    I know you are the best guys. Im sure it's a little thing Im missing.


    Thank you in advance.

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    How to share folders with OwnCloud read-only users

    Requirements
    Onwcloud Plugin activated in Plugins section


    Description
    This guide is gonna show you how to share your folders that are stored in your NAS storage with OwnCloud users.


    Installation
    First thing to know is that OwnCloud users are imported from your OMV configuration.


    That means that they use your web user (www-data) to access all folders, and by the way, with admin privileges, so be very CAREFUL because if something is deleted in OwnCloud, it is really deleted in your storage !!!
    So here is what you have to do :

    • Create on your OMV administration panel a usertest within the users group :
    • Create a ReadOnly group where you can add your usertest :
    • Go to your Shared Folders, choose the folder you want to share and
      click on Privileges, there you can tick the Read-Only box for your
      ReadOnly group :
    • Go to your OwncLoud plugin administration and in the Shares tab you can add the folder you want to share :
    • Go to your OwnCloud page and add the External Storage Support :
    • Then go to the Users page :
    • Here you can see all the users imported from your OMV configuration
      (you can see that the user usertest goes with the ReadOnly group) :
    • After that verification go to the Admin page :
    • Here you can see all the folders that you added previously in the Shares Tab from the OwnCloud plugin (here's mine) :
    • You can add more by clicking on Add Storage and choose Local :
    • There you have to fill in the field with the path of your folder on
      your storage, here is how you can find it (by connecting to your OMV
      with SSH) :



      For example you can add the path /media/517da1a9-99a8-48b7-94ec-e937566a740d/Films to add your Films folder.


    • Then you have to make it applicable only to the admin group :
    • You can also uncheck the following box (as you wish) :
    • After that go to your Files, you can see that the admin group have the privilege to delete files :
    • Log out from your admin account and log in with your usertest account :
    • You can see that there is nothing here :
    • Return to your admin account, we now have to share the folder with the ReadOnly group :
    • Uncheck all the edition boxes :
    • Now log in to your usertest account, you can see that there is not nothing anymore but there is still the Delete Option :
    • Try to delete the folder :

      You can't !!!


      So you now have shared folders where your friends can't mess up with your files.


      Cheers mates.


    Questions / Problems / Discussions
    Click here to get to the discussions thread


    Version 1.0 // 18/02/2015

    I am always surpised (but it's understandable) when firms are ready to pay 10k for hardware (and often much more) but don't want to pay a licence for software so they use home and free environnements at their own risks...

    Hi,


    I would make 3 remarks for this good build :
    - 1 SATA port is used for the SSD, it's a shame when you can have 6 HDDs in that box...
    - 8Gb RAM is far more than expected
    - WD green may not be the one I chose


    Nevertheless, it's your choice and it's a great build, you can rock on OMV quite fastly now !!

    Gosh,


    Which firm needs to store up to 200Tb ??? Are you working in the movies? The video game industry?
    I used to mount storage for SAP business storage or even backup systems but it never reached the 10Tb limit (or even maybe at the end of the year) !!


    Cheers

    Nice to read that.


    For future use :


    Editing files with Windows editors and then copying them into Unix systems is often a pain in the ass when comes the part to execute them...
    The fact relies in the encoding of the file from Windows to Unix (for example the file is created with Notepad++ in ANSI and Unix reads it in UTF8...)
    I also often see the fact that when you copy a file created on Notepad++ on a Unix system, you have those chars at the end of each line "^M".


    For this you can open your file with vi (not in insert mode) and do the following :

    Code
    :%s/^M//g

    (you have to press ctrl+v+Enter to type the ^M charater)
    You can also use the following command

    Code
    dos2unix

    to convert the file (here is the man page : http://linuxcommand.org/man_pages/dos2unix1.html).


    Greetings

    Hi guys,


    I'm here for a little network issue and the DNS redirection from my DNS provider to my local OMV.


    That's the deal : I would like to type mydns.com or openmediavault.mydns.com or owncloud.mydns.com and be redirected to my OMV own ip address (according to their ports).


    That's what I did :
    1 - I created the two sub-domains in my admin control panel from the provider
    2 - In the DNS options I chose redirection to another adress, which is my static ip address like 82.x.x.x (with no port so it's 80 by default and I checked "Always connect to OMV by https")
    3 - I chose "Redirection by frame" for the sub-domain openmediavault.mydns.com to the adress 82.x.x.x:443 (I changed the original https port for another one but here is the example)
    4 - I chose "Redirection by frame" for the sub-domain owncloud.mydns.com to the adress 82.x.x.x:8443 (I changed the original owncloud port for another one but here is the example)
    5 - On my router, I transfered all inbound addresses from the port 80 and 8443 to the local address of my NAS (192.168.0.50)


    That's the issue :
    1 - Redirection by frame does not work (timed out)
    but
    2 - Redirection by http works fine


    One question stays in my mind, when I chose the address of DNS names (number 2), do I have to go on my static public IP or should I go with the DNS names of my ISP on my router ??


    Thx for reading.
    Cheers


    PS : next step is securing the whole things with certificates and SSL