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    Reacted with Thanks to sabamimi’s post in the thread OMV 5.x Web Interface for upload/download.
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    (Quote from pingywon)

    I use it only (mostly) to send URLs to friends and family to help them download a file .....
    I also use it for my own usage as a web clipboard.
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    Reacted with Thanks to ryecoaaron’s post in the thread OMV 5.x Web Interface for upload/download.
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    My feelings are by no means hurt. Do whatever you want with your system. What I was suggesting is the recommended way of running a web page. We do not recommend adding web pages to OMV's web server. Using docker is the best way…
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    (Quote from olduser)

    Thanks for the post. Solid advice here.
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    I never said I dont know how docker works. I said im not running it.

    You extracted two statements separated by a period (I am not running docker. I have it all running on a R Pi.)

    and combined them into meaning what you wanted.

    Thank you Mr. Mod but my…
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    (Quote from manuel5cc)

    Thank you I can already do something like this with my reverse proxy.
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    docker works well on an RPi.

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    I am just suggesting things that exist. What you want doesn't exist.
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    (Quote from sabamimi)

    Wow this might be to opposite... a bit over overkill...but I like it. Im going to start looking into this now. Something like this is exactly what I was looking for.
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    (Quote from ryecoaaron)

    Im aware of other ways to accomplish the same goal. Thats why I clearly stated that I was looking for a way to do it with a webpage. Based on some of these other responses im not totally sure it doesn't exist, but that is why I…
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    hey gents - thanks for the quick reply. I am not using docker. I got it all running on a R Pi.

    Winscp is not a solution for me I would like a webpage. :(
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    I know this is not within the purview of the OMV project, but I was hoping there was a plug in or something, but there is not.

    I have a reverse proxy set up with OMV. I can securely access the OMV web console remotely. I am hoping/looking for a way that I…
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    You are probably going to have to manually remove it from the /etc/openmediavault/config.xml file.

    Make a backup copy of the file, and a backup of the OMV system disk. Skip these steps at your own risk.

    As the root user edit the file and navigate to the…
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    You're welcome.
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    Thank you!

    Perfect instructions. I was very close. I had removed it from <mntent> but was getting an error.

    The:

    After making the edit run this command as root:

    omv-salt deploy run fstab

    Examine the /etc/fstab file to verify there is no longer a related mount…
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    I had an external HDD drive plugged into my OMV RPi3 install. It was an older guy and I just wanted to use it to get data off and moved over to some SSDs.

    Anyway after the data transfer I removed it and formatted it.

    I can not for the life of me get it out…