OpenMediaVault

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Basic Setup

1. If no output on HDMI, you need to find IP Address with tools (e.g. netscan) (hostname: PINE64, PINE64SO)

2. Use the IP Address on PC browser to login: admin / openmediavault  (Remember to change default password: System -> General Settings -> Web Administrator Password)

3. Plug USB Drive

4. Go to Storage -> Physical Disks -> Scan

5. Goto Storage -> File Systems -> select the Partition to mount -> Mount -> Apply

6. Access Right Management -> User -> Add

7. Access Right Management -> Shared Folders -> Add
    - select newly added Shared Folder -> Privileges -> tick Read/Write -> Save


FTP

1. Complete the "Basic Setup" above

2. Services -> FTP -> Settings -> Enable -> Save -> Apply
                   -> Shares -> Add -> Apply


Rsync Clone/Backup

You required 2 devices (e.g. 2 ROCK64, PINE64, SOPINE or etc) to Clone/Backup from master to slave or bidirectional(Not fully tested).

1. Complete the "Basic Setup" above

2. [On slave/destination device] Services -> Rsync -> Server -> Settings -> Enable -> Save -> Apply
	                                                     -> Modules -> Add -> General then User -> Add

3. Services -> Rsync -> Jobs -> Add (Type: Remote, Mode: Push, Destination server: [USER]@[HOST]::[Module])
    - for testing: select Job -> Run
    - for bidirectional Rsync: Add another Job to Pull from slave/destination device (Don't enable Delete because new file/folder will be deleted)

4. Diagnostics -> System Logs