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 On fairly rare occasions, the integrated OMV ISO installer will not work with some 64 bit motherboards and hardware.  The OMV installation method described in this guide will work with 64 bit motherboards as well, if the single change under Alternate 64-bit installation is noted and observed. On fairly rare occasions, the integrated OMV ISO installer will not work with some 64 bit motherboards and hardware.  The OMV installation method described in this guide will work with 64 bit motherboards as well, if the single change under Alternate 64-bit installation is noted and observed.
  
-*Considerations for i386 (32-bit) builds are very similar to amd64 (64-bit) builds. As an addendum to the [[https://github.com/OpenMediaVault-Plugin-Developers/docs/blob/master/Getting_Started-OMV5.pdf|Getting Started with Openmediavault User Guide]] Getting Started with Openmediavault user guide, geared toward 64-bit platforms, users may benefit by reviewing preliminary information and notes in the larger guide, prior to the actual installation process.*+*Considerations for i386 (32-bit) builds are very similar to amd64 (64-bit) builds. As an addendum to the [[https://github.com/OpenMediaVault-Plugin-Developers/docs/blob/master/Getting_Started-OMV5.pdf|Getting Started with Openmediavault User Guide]], geared toward 64-bit platforms, users may benefit by reviewing preliminary information and notes in the larger guide, prior to the actual installation process.*
  
 This guide assumes that users have a working Windows Client for installing and executing utilities.  It is also assumed that Mac and Linux desktop users will be able to find, install, and use utilities equivalent to those called out in Prerequisites. This guide assumes that users have a working Windows Client for installing and executing utilities.  It is also assumed that Mac and Linux desktop users will be able to find, install, and use utilities equivalent to those called out in Prerequisites.
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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>
  
-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.+<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>Domain Name</strong></center></html> <html><center><strong>Domain Name</strong></center></html>
  
-**If applicable**, enter your domain name suffix.  Otherwise, this entry can be left blank.+<html><center>**If applicable**, enter your domain name suffix.  Otherwise, this entry can be left blank.</center></html>
  
-(**local** is the default for an openmediavault install.)+<html><center>(**local** is the default for an openmediavault install.)</center></html>
  
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 <html><center><strong>root password</strong></center></html> <html><center><strong>root password</strong></center></html>
  
-Follow the on screen guidance for setting the root password.   +<html><center>Follow the on screen guidance for setting the root password.  While not recommended, it would be better to write down the root password, then to forget it.</center></html>
-While not recommended, it would be better to write down the root password, then to forget it.+
  
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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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 <html><center>User will be prompted to Scan another CD or DVD.  Select <strong>NO.</strong></center></html> <html><center>User will be prompted to Scan another CD or DVD.  Select <strong>NO.</strong></center></html>
  
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 ''wget -O - https://github.com/OpenMediaVault-Plugin-Developers/installScript/raw/master/install | sudo bash'' ''wget -O - https://github.com/OpenMediaVault-Plugin-Developers/installScript/raw/master/install | sudo bash''
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 Once the script is running, click out of the SSH window so the script will not be interrupted. Once the script is running, click out of the SSH window so the script will not be interrupted.
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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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 In addition to enabling the installation of OMV on 32bit PC's and Single Board Computers, OMV-extras.org develops plugin's for OMV that make Dockers and other server extensions possible.  In addition to enabling the installation of OMV on 32bit PC's and Single Board Computers, OMV-extras.org develops plugin's for OMV that make Dockers and other server extensions possible. 
    
-Please consider a small donation to offset some of the Developer's costs of hosting this site and to support continuing development.  Small donations are appreciated.+Please consider a small donation to offset the Developer's costs of hosting this site and to support continuing development.  Small donations are appreciated.
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