Update: Raspberry Pi has removed the default passwords, which may cause an issue when attempting to connect through SSH. New video here addresses how to resolve that: 🤍youtube.com/shorts/vR3v3uZS0E4?feature=share Here's the blog post from Raspberry Pi explaining it in detail: 🤍🤍raspberrypi.com/news/raspberry-pi-bullseye-update-april-2022/ The first of a multi-part series to turn my Raspberry Pi 4 into a NAS and private cloud. Install guide: 🤍🤍maketecheasier.com/turn-raspberry-pi-into-nas-with-openmediavault/ Additional resource I used for help from Techno Dad Life: 🤍youtu.be/QVm92VqCaGA Required software Raspberry Pi Imager: 🤍🤍raspberrypi.org Required hardware Raspberry Pi 4 4GB: 🤍amzn.to/3IuLUAu MediaSonic 4-Bay Hard Drive Enclosure: 🤍amzn.to/3FPzQYB SanDisk MicroSD Card 32GB: 🤍amzn.to/3KBZHad Optional hardware Seagate Barracude 8TB: 🤍amzn.to/33HwUQV Adding SSH Capability to Windows PowerShell: 🤍docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/administration/openssh/openssh_install_firstuse Run the following two commands in PowerShell as an Administrator Get-WindowsCapability -Online | Where-Object Name -like 'OpenSSH*' Add-WindowsCapability -Online -Name OpenSSH.Client~~~~0.0.1.0 Command to install OpenMediaVault: wget -O - 🤍github.com/OpenMediaVault-Plugin-Developers/installScript/raw/master/install | sudo bash Find me on Twitter: 🤍twitter.com/ksitjar
Plz increase volume level
hi thanks for detailed video bro but when i try to copy anything to shared folder i get an error : "you need permission to perform this action" please help
The Raspberry Pi OS Lite, is not-gui, in other words is only CLI its interface...?
Can be replaced with gui version and still ssh to it...?
Thanks for the nice video, let me ask , you show 3 storages , are this storage drives connected to the Pi or to laptop or desktop, thanks for the video, and excuse my ignorance
how long did this take to install? i'm sat on almost 3 hours now and it's slowed to a crawl on the installation.
Thanks for the tutorial! Worked perfectly.
How can we access it form any where??
why is your volume so quiet?Had to turn the sound up to max to even hear.
dude, please dear god fix your audio.... i cant hear you even at max volume
The problem i have is that OMV keeps deleting my network configurartion. Makes using wifi pretty much impossible, also now seems to conflict with users
Awesome guide, only thing that was missing is that when you use the raspberry imager you have to click the gear icon and setup a user and password or it wont work with the SSH, I used raspberry pi lite 64 bit from the "others" menu image
Great guide! Somehow installing OMV I do not have access via wifi anymore. If I connect it via a cable I can still access it via another IP address. Any idea on how to get the wifi back to work? Thanks!
when i try to create the SHH file it tells me i have to format it first
how do I mount cloud storage in OMV 6? OMV 5 was much more intuitive.
NOTE! This video shows installation of OMV 6 which is the latest version. Other videos on YT show OMV 5 which has a significantly different look and feel as well as some differences in installation procedures. Rely on this video and not the others. I am having problems with this OMV 6 and I could not find a copy of 5 to install on the Pi even if I wanted to revert.
oFiColP_SCM&t=10m07s 10:07 WARNING!! NOTE!!! If you have a files in your storage, don't wipe it, the video sample is an empty storage. For those who are following the guide!
Very good, clear and helpfull video
Thanks for the detailed video! I am a total noob who decided to buy the latest 8gb Pi 4 mobo and went through hours of online turorial but found yours to be the most thorough one.
Now I have a headless NAS server running albeit using a 64gb USB stick for now for storage (I do have a spare NVME SSD that I will repurpose next). However, I lost my wifi connection once I installed OMV, but works great wired. Is this a NAS security feature?
Initially I had installed the 64bit desktop OS, but then the NAS software refused to install. I did not realize one must use the lite version.
Thanks again, I will definitely try out your other tutorials.