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  • toppi

    Reacted with Thanks to Micha aussem Pott’s post in the thread OMV 5.x Upgrade 4.x -> 5.x AFP prevents applying changes - The state 'afp' does not exist.
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    If someone else find this thread via a search engine (like me):

    ╰─➤ touch /usr/bin/omv-mkconf
    ╰─➤ chmod +x /usr/bin/omv-mkconf

    And then:
    ╰─➤ dpkg --purge openmediavault-netatalk
    works.

    It might be a good idea to remove the file afterwards :-)
  • toppi

    Replied to the thread OMV 5.x resolved My resolv.conf is overwritten by dhcpd.
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    Great! Again...Big THX!
  • toppi

    Reacted with Thanks to ryecoaaron’s post in the thread OMV 5.x resolved My resolv.conf is overwritten by dhcpd.
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    Correct. OMV 5.x uses netplan. So, your config will be in /etc/netplan/ in a yaml file.
  • toppi

    Reacted with Thanks to ryecoaaron’s post in the thread OMV 5.x resolved My resolv.conf is overwritten by dhcpd.
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    apt-get purge dhcpcd* and yes it is safe as long as you have networking setup in OMV's web interface. Worst case, you will need a monitor and keyboard.
  • toppi

    Replied to the thread OMV 5.x resolved My resolv.conf is overwritten by dhcpd.
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    Thank you ryecoaaron !

    It works :-)

    And /etc/network/interfaces in no longer used?
  • toppi

    Replied to the thread OMV 5.x resolved My resolv.conf is overwritten by dhcpd.
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    Hi,

    it´s x64 architecture. HP N54L. It runs OMV since Version 3 and it has always been updated to the newest version. From OMV 4 to 5 I followed one of your earlier migration steps. :-)

    How can I deinstall dhcpd and is it safe to do so?
  • toppi

    Posted the thread OMV 5.x resolved My resolv.conf is overwritten by dhcpd.
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    Hi all,

    my resolv.conf is overwritten by dhcpd it says:

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    In the GUI I have configured that eth2 uses a static IP and a static DNS which is 192.168.178.1.

    IPv6 configuration is set to AUTO in the GUI.

    I googled and thought it might be a good…