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    Hi,

    I have little experience with OMV and banana Pi.
    My "simple NAS" worked around 3/4 year relative stable.
    Build on Banana Pi-M1+ 1TB 2,5 HDD, OMV 2.1

    And now, I want upgrade it for RAID5 with 3x1TB
    I want build it with Banana Pi M1 + SATA multiplier + 3x 1tb 2,5 SATA HDD

    I haven´t some experiences with linux, codes, and any others other linux.
    I know codes about programing arduino, but I think it is not what I can use here...

    I will recevied multiplier maybe after week, I can´t test now, but I have wef questions and requests:

    1/ Can I download stable and completed image OMV for Banana Pi M1 with support for my multiplier?
    2/ If I cant download it, please, have it anyone? Can you share it for me?
    3/ If haven´t anyone it, can anyone make it for me or write me how can I make it?

    Thank very much everyone
    and I´m sorry for my bad english....
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    Hello !
    My goal : install Plex Media Server in order to give a remote access of my movies to my family (from outside) thought Plex Client.
    I've got a problem installing the plugins openmediavault-plexmediaserver 3.2
    Here it is some infos :
    I've installed OMV on the micro-sd card of a Raspberry Pi3
    I activated the Repo Plex in Omv-Extras.org on OpenMediaVault 3.0.13 (Erasmus)
    When I tried to install openmediavault-plexmediaserver 3.2, I've got the following error :

    >>> *************** Error ***************
    Failed to execute command 'export LANG=C; export DEBIAN_FRONTEND=noninteractive; apt-get --yes --force-yes --fix-missing --allow-unauthenticated --reinstall install openmediavault-plexmediaserver 2>&1': Reading package lists...

    Building dependency tree...

    Reading state information...

    Some packages could not be installed. This may mean that you have
    requested an impossible situation or if you are using the unstable
    distribution that some required packages have not yet been
  • New

    Hello everybody,

    Yesterday I was searching for a cloud service for my NAS (with openmediavault installeren of course) and I came across ownCloud ... It's a neat service, but the plug-in is outdated, upgrading is manual, omv 3 will not support it anymore and I heard there are some problems with the company itself (staff members leaving, etc.).

    Now my question: I would really like some kind of cloud service on my omv NAS. Do I upgrade ownCloud manually and if so, what approach is the best one the MySQL one or the tekkb one? Or is there an alternatieve cloud service that I could use?

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    This really shouldn't be a problem... You said you have plenty of bays in your case (I'm assuming you also have at least 1 free SATA port)... Shutdown the server plug in NTFS drive Boot server Mount NTFS drive (under filesystems) Now that the drive is…
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    sorry but I cannot. my server is older Supermicro SC846 MB: H8DME-2 Updated BIOS v3.5 all of my machines at home are Linux. and the only utility (from SM) that will let me mount over IPMI is windows based even web interface will not mount anything…
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    Hi, I whish to copy 4 NTFS internal drives to the RAID. I have still plenty of bays on my case and the question is the following: how could I copy them to the RAID volume without using external USB enclosures or network connection ? Please note, I am…
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    @davidh2k Hallo David, ich habe ein neues Image erstellt und auf Deinen FTP-Server hochgeladen (oma_debian_8.4.0_live_ gnome_ x86_64.tar.gz). Bitte freigeben zum testen. Bitte die beiden oma_ files ubcd_5.3.5 vom Server löschen, genauso das File…
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    Posted a new thread: Banana Pi-M1+MultiSATA+RAID5-3xHDD

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    Hi, I have little experience with OMV and banana Pi. My "simple NAS" worked around 3/4 year relative stable. Build on Banana Pi-M1+ 1TB 2,5 HDD, OMV 2.1 And now, I want upgrade it for RAID5 with 3x1TB I want build it with Banana Pi M1 + SATA
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    Replied to the thread New instalation - error on activate services.

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    Thanks for the help, The code below worked fine. echo "[]" > /var/lib/openmediavault/dirtymodules.json Thank you tekkb and ryecoaaron.
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    Hi, I have installed it on USB disk using unetbootin but it did not work. Then I have used RUFUS and it worked. Now GParted started resize2fs and it is still enlarging.
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    Are you using fastcgi on port 8000? Your browser does not understand this. can you give me Source Code (1 line)
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    But I can't get the WEB UI shown when calling 192.168.xx.100:8000
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    Quote from mensdeleeuw: “Not yet, thanks for the suggestion. I'll definitely check it out. Is it reliable?” I am using seafile at home and we use it in the company for quite some time. defenitly reliable.