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OMV Update #31
You can update to latest OMV 3.x version and if you're somewhat adventurous even to OMV 4 Arrakis already (tested this a few times the last weeks doing a simple
Also I would strongly recommend to improve the OMV installation routine and most probably also cpufreq scaling settings (though never tested on MIPS so far).
I compiled the current OMV version and some additional packages, similar to what can be found in the gnubee-git.github.io omv repository. Please note, that I take no responsibility for problems resulting from the use of these repositories. Most of the stuff is untested, as I only use a subset of the packages myself. For now, packages are unsigned.
As my repositories do not contain all packages found in the gnubee repository (e.g. proftpd-mod-vroot) mentioned above, I recommend using them additionally.
Let me know if this helps you and if you need any additional packages.
I added to above 3 lines to /etc/apt/sources.list.d/omv.list :
I get :
I guess I could force it ... but this could cause an eventually unstable system?
Actualy I like the gnubee but I'd really like to keep my "gnubee OMV System" on an actual base.
Thanks to ohrensessel for his effort!
Hello - Thanks go to orhensessel for providing an updated version of OpenMediaVault for GnuBee!
My assumption was that openmediavault-omvextrasorg plugin could install other plugins. It appears that all other plugins also need to be compiled into the build. Is this correct? Is this due to the MIPS dependency?
How big an effort was it to build OMV from source? I'm not quite sure where to start; I consider myself to be a noob. How do you determine which GnuBee source to merge with OpenMediaVault source? Are there sections where you have to hand-code GnuBee fixes in new OpenMediaVault sources? Do you create a difference list? I see references in the error message that I got when I tried to install the package.
http://apt.ohrensessel.net erasmus Release.gpg Hit http://httpredir.debian.org jessie/main Translation-en Hit http://apt.ohrensessel.net erasmus Release Hit http://apt.ohrensessel.net erasmus Release Hit http://apt.ohrensessel.net erasmus Release Ign http://apt.ohrensessel.net erasmus/main mipsel Packages/DiffIndex Ign http://apt.ohrensessel.net erasmus/main mipsel Packages/DiffIndex Ign http://apt.ohrensessel.net erasmus/main mipsel Packages/DiffIndex Get:14 http://apt.ohrensessel.net erasmus/main mipsel Packages [5751 B] Ign http://apt.ohrensessel.net erasmus/main Translation-en Get:15 http://apt.ohrensessel.net erasmus/main mipsel Packages [5950 B] Ign http://apt.ohrensessel.net erasmus/main Translation-en Get:16 http://apt.ohrensessel.net erasmus/main mipsel Packages [844 B] Ign http://apt.ohrensessel.net erasmus/main Translation-en Fetched 27.9 kB in 34s (819 B/s) W: Failed to fetch https://dl.bintray.com/openmediavault-plugin-developers/erasmus/dists/jessie/Release Unable to find expected entry 'main/binary-mipsel/Packages' in Release file (Wrong sources.list entry or malformed file) E: Some index files failed to download. They have been ignored, or old ones used instead.
Any help or insights would be appreciated.