I bought a RaspberryPi4, so I decided to make a NAS with OpenMediaVault. It ’s very different from what I did a long time ago. Write the OS with OpenMediaVault installed on the SD card and finish high That doesn't seem to be the case (https://github.com/OpenMediaVault-Plugin-Developers/docs/blob/master/Adden-B-Installing_OMV5_on_an%20R-PI.pdf).
In this article, I will try to install OpenMedia Vault 5 series (hereinafter OMV) on Raspberry Pi 4 with the help of poor English ability and great Google.
It is also written in the pdf of the source, and it may be unnecessary information for the brothers who are reading this page, but I will introduce what I have prepared this time.
When all are docked, it looks like this (cool !!) The usage of WINGONEER X870 seems to be the opposite, but I think it gets colder, right? (I haven't wired it because of the appearance, but let's connect it properly.)
The rest is a PC for burning the installation media. It's okay on Win or Mac, but this time I'll do it on Win.
Now, in order to make media, first drop raspbian. https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/raspbian/ ↑ It seems that it is good for OMV to access here and download Raspbian Buster Lite, I want to play videos as they are from NAS, so I chose Raspbian Buster with desktop this time.
Downloaded zip Unzip normally with the standard Windows array. OK if it looks like this
Next, burn the iso file to the SD card. I recommend this software, but anything is fine. https://www.balena.io/etcher/
Start while copying the screen for the time being. Then the installation will run for a while, so wait until it settles down. If you have a favorite default setting, when do you do it? Right now.
However, the following are things that you must do (Ssh is not started at the beginning, probably because of the desktop version)
sudo apt update sudo apt dist-upgrade sudo systemctl start ssh sudo systemctl enable ssh sudo reboot
After performing the above, check if SSH can be done from another machine. (Let's check the IP in Raspberry Pi in advance!)
And finally install OMV5
wget -O - https://github.com/OpenMediaVault-Plugin-Developers/installScript/raw/master/install | sudo bash
According to the document, it may take 30 minutes, but when I did it, it took about 15 minutes.
Reboot again when finished
After recovering from the restart, if the installation work so far is successful, you should be able to log in by accessing from the browser! Initial user name: admin Initial password: openmediavault
Success if such a screen appears!
Thank you for your hard work The settings on the WebUI are easier to understand on other blogs and commentary pages, so please refer to that.
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