OpenMediaVault is a networked attached storage (NAS) solution. If you install your own NAS solution, this article will be so benefical for you. This tutorial describes the installation and configuration of OpenMediaVault.
- Debian 10
- 100Gb additional disk
Step 1 – Upgrade your system
Let’s update the existing packages by running the following command.
sudo apt update sudo apt upgrade
Step 2 – Install OpenMediaVault
Now, you can download install script and then run.Please note that this process can take some time as the script needs to install numerous packages that the OpenMediaVault software requires.
wget -O - https://raw.githubusercontent.com/OpenMediaVault-Plugin-Developers/installScript/master/install | sudo bash
Step 3 – Reboot
When install step has finish, you should reboot debian system with below command
Step 4 – Access OpenMediaVault Web GUI
Now , we will login OpenMediaVault Web Console using public ip. You will need to know your public ip.
After login your OpenMediaVault, you can see OpenMediaVault dashboard
Step 5 – Changing default Password
Step 6 – Adding a filesystem
Step 7 – Create a shared Folder
Step 8 – Enabling Samba/CIFS Services
Step 9 – Adding new user for this shared folder
Step 10 – Test your connecttion with new user
sudo mount.cifs //188.8.131.52/sysaix /emre -o user=test,pass=test
I had to do this to make the script work on Debian 11:
`ln -s /usr/lib/python3 python3`
Thanks a lot, it’s working on debian 10
Thank you very much! It works!
This system is running a desktop environment!
Please use a Lite version of the image or
do not choose to install a desktop environment.
This install is not supported.
Search the forum for more info – https://forum.openmediavault.org