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installing_omv5_i386_32_bit_pc [2021/04/27 15:39]
crashtest [Installation]
installing_omv5_i386_32_bit_pc [2021/05/18 23:51]
crashtest [First Time GUI Logon]
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 This subject is covered in the [[https://forum.openmediavault.org/index.php/Thread/27073-New-User-Guide-Getting-Started-with-Openmediavault-4-5/?postID=202952#post202952|OMV5 guide]], in the section titled; Selecting a Boot Drive. This subject is covered in the [[https://forum.openmediavault.org/index.php/Thread/27073-New-User-Guide-Getting-Started-with-Openmediavault-4-5/?postID=202952#post202952|OMV5 guide]], in the section titled; Selecting a Boot Drive.
-*If the decision is made to boot from a USB thumbdrive; pre-test the drive as shown, in the following, before use.  Otherwise skip down to Installation.*+*If the decision is made to boot from a USB thumbdrive; pre-test the drive as shown, in the following, before use.  Otherwise skip down to → [[https://wiki.omv-extras.org/doku.php?id=installing_omv5_i386_32_bit_pc#installation|Installation]].*
  
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 (Note that SDFormatter does a trim operation on the drive which cleans up remnants of deleted or previously existing files.) (Note that SDFormatter does a trim operation on the drive which cleans up remnants of deleted or previously existing files.)
 In most cases, SDFormatter will detect the thumb-drive.  A volume label is not necessary, at this point, and the default options are fine. In most cases, SDFormatter will detect the thumb-drive.  A volume label is not necessary, at this point, and the default options are fine.
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-Select **Write+Verify**.  (DO NOT check the **endless verify** box)+<html><center>Select **Write+Verify**.  (DO NOT check the **endless verify** box)</center></html>
  
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-After H2testw verifies the USB thumbdrive; do one more clean format, using SDFormatter, before using thumbdrive.+<html><center>After H2testw verifies the USB thumbdrive; do one more clean format, using SDFormatter, before using thumbdrive.</center></html>
  
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 The first screen offers a choice of installers.  While both are roughly the same, for illustration, the standard (text) install is much clearer. The first screen offers a choice of installers.  While both are roughly the same, for illustration, the standard (text) install is much clearer.
  
-<html><center><strong>Select Install**</center></html>+<html><center><strong>Select Install</strong></center></html>
  
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 <html><center><strong>Hostname</strong></center></html> <html><center><strong>Hostname</strong></center></html>
  
-<html><center>The default hostname, for this 32-bit install, is **debian**.   In this example, it was changed to **openmediavault** which is the default hostname for an openmediavault install.  Users might chose something like **OMV1** which is shorter and easier to type, for later use.</center></html>+<html><center>The default hostname, for this 32-bit install, is <strong>debian</strong>.   In this example, it was changed to <strong>openmediavault</strong> which is the default hostname for an openmediavault install.  Users might chose something like <strong>OMV1</strong> which is shorter and easier to type, for later use.</center></html>
  
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 <html><center><strong>Admin User</strong></center></html> <html><center><strong>Admin User</strong></center></html>
  
-Follow the on screen guidance for setting up a new user and password.   +<html><center>Follow the on screen guidance for setting up a new user and password.</center></html>   
  
-(This username and password are necessary for an SSH log in, later.)+<html><center>(This username and password are necessary for an SSH log in, later.)</center></html>
  
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 The web GUI user is **admin** and the default password is **openmediavault** The web GUI user is **admin** and the default password is **openmediavault**
  
-With OMV installed and logged in, new users can continue to configure their servers, using the OMV5 guide found here → [[https://openmediavault.readthedocs.io/en/5.x/new_user_guide/newuserguide.html#basic-configuration|Wiki]] or [[https://github.com/OpenMediaVault-Plugin-Developers/docs/blob/master/Adden-C-Installing_OMV5_on_32-bit_i386.pdf|PDF]].  With the installation process complete, users should begin with the section titled; **Initial Configuration** .+With OMV installed and logged in, new users can continue to configure their servers, using the OMV5 guide.  With the installation process complete, users should begin with the section titled → [[https://openmediavault.readthedocs.io/en/5.x/new_user_guide/newuserguide.html#initial-configuration|Initial Configuration]].
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