Popcorn Hour Transformer NAS
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User Manual - Revision 1.0
Popcorn Hour Transformer NAS
Table of Contents
1. Introduction.................................................................................................................................. 2
2. Package Content......................................................................................................................... 3
3. Safety Notes................................................................................................................................ 3
4. Hardware Specifications.............................................................................................................. 4
5. Getting Started............................................................................................................................ 5
5.1 Popcorn Hour Transformer NAS Overview................................................................................ 5
5.2 Connecting to TV via HDMI....................................................................................................... 5
6. OpenMediaVault Basic Setup...................................................................................................... 6
6.1 OpenMediaVault Control Panel Login Page.............................................................................. 6
6.2 Change the Default Password................................................................................................... 7
6.3 Date & Time.............................................................................................................................. 8
6.4 Static IP..................................................................................................................................... 8
6.5 Secure HTTPS on Control Panel............................................................................................... 9
6.6 Access Control Panel through Internet from outside your Home (Optional)............................. 10
7. Shared Folders Setup................................................................................................................ 11
7.1 Wipe Disk (Optional)................................................................................................................ 11
7.2 Create Partition (Optional)....................................................................................................... 12
7.3 Mount Partition........................................................................................................................ 13
7.4 Add User................................................................................................................................. 13
7.5 Add Shared Folders................................................................................................................. 14
7.6 Shared Folder Permission (Privileges/ACL)............................................................................ 14
8. FTP........................................................................................................................................... 15
9. SAMBA (Windows Share)......................................................................................................... 17
10. NFS......................................................................................................................................... 18
11. Rsync (Clone/Backup)............................................................................................................. 19
12. SSH......................................................................................................................................... 21
13. System Monitoring................................................................................................................... 22
14. Notification............................................................................................................................... 23
15. Wi-Fi........................................................................................................................................ 24
16. NextCloud................................................................................................................................ 26
17. More Information on OpenMediaVault..................................................................................... 26
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1. Introduction
Popcorn Hour Transformer NAS is an Open Source NAS Machine Powered by OpenMediaVault.
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Quad-core Cortex-A53 up to 1.5GHz CPU
Gigabit Ethernet up to 700Mbps FTP transfer rate
Web based administration
User and Group management
Scheduled jobs
File Sharing via SAMBA/NFS/FTP/Apple Filling
Rsync support to perform file sync among multiple NAS
Extendable via plugins such as Transmission Torrent client and etc
Multi-Languages supported: English, Deutsch, Русский, Nederlands, Italiano, ελληνικά,
Türkçe, Français, Polski, Čeština, Español, Galego, Catalán, Magyar, Dansk, Українська,
Norsk, Svenska, Português, Български, 简体中文,繁體中文,日本語 & 한국어
Although, Popcorn Hour Transformer NAS is pre-loaded with OpenMediaVault, users are free to
reprogram the firmware (one at a time) from various Open Source ROCK64 firmware, so it can be
considered as Open Source 4K HDR Android Player, NAS, Linux PC, Server and Retro-gaming
Machine. It also allows flexibility for firmware to boot from either eMMC module or MicroSD Card.
We partnered with PINE64 to support all the ROCK64 firmware including Open Source community
firmware developed for ROCK64 such as LibreELEC, Android TV, Linux OS, OpenMediaVault,
Lakka (RetroArch) and etc. Popcorn Hour Transformer is fully compatible with ROCK64 firmware.
Visit http://www.cloudmedia.com/transformer Wiki page for detail guides.
OpenMediaVault (http://www.openmediavault.com) is the next generation network attached
storage (NAS) solution based on Debian Linux. It contains services like SSH, (S)FTP, SMB/CIFS,
RSync, BitTorrent client and many more. Thanks to the modular design of the framework it can be
enhanced via plugins.
OpenMediaVault is primarily designed to be used in small offices or home offices, but is not limited
to those scenarios. It is a simple and easy to use out-of-the-box solution that will allow everyone to
install and administrate a Network Attached Storage without deeper knowledge.
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2. Package Content
Popcorn Hour Transformer
5V3A Power Adapter + US/EU Power Cable
IR Remote Control
3. Safety Notes
Read these operating instructions carefully before using the unit. Follow the safety instructions on
the unit and the applicable safety instructions listed below. Keep these operating instructions
handy for future reference.
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Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Do not use this device near water.
Clean only with a dry cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions.
6. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other
apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
7. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug
has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding-type plug has two blades and a
third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong is provided for your safety. If the
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provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the
obsolete outlet.
8. Protect the power cord from being stepped on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
9. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
10. Unplug this device during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
11. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus
has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has
been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to
rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
CAUTION!
DO NOT INSTALL OR PLACE THIS UNIT IN A BOOKCASE, BUILT-IN CABINET OR IN
ANOTHER CONFINED SPACE. ENSURE THE UNIT IS WELL VENTILATED. TO PREVENT
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK OR FIRE HAZARD DUE TO OVERHEATING, ENSURE THAT
CURTAINS AND ANY OTHER MATERIALS DO NOT OBSTRUCT THE VENTILATION VENTS.
4. Hardware Specifications
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Rockchip RK3328
2GB/4GB LPDDR3
16GB/32GB eMMC Module (Removable and Upgradable Designs)
128Mb SPI Flash
Real Time Clock
Gigabit Ethernet
SATA Interface for 2.5″ HDD
MicroSD Card Reader
1x USB 2.0, 1x USB 2.0/OTG
HDMI 2.0a up to 4K@60Hz with HDR10/HLG
Audio Jack (Analog Stereo or Optical S/PDIF)
Infra Red Receiver and Remote Control
High Quality Aluminum Casing with Passive Cooling Fins
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5. Getting Started
5.1 Popcorn Hour Transformer NAS Overview
Front and Side Rear
Back Rear
5.2 Connecting to TV via HDMI
5.2.1 What do you need
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TV with HDMI Terminal
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HDMI Cable
Network Ethernet Cable
2.5" SATA HDD or USB Drive
5V3A Power Adapter + US/EU Power Cable
5.2.2 Connect HDMI Cable
Connect the HDMI cable to your TV HDMI terminal and the other end to your Popcorn Hour
Transformer NAS.
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Note: Some HDMI TVs have input and output HDMI terminals. Please make sure the HDMI
terminal is connected to input rather than output.
5.2.3 Connect Network Ethernet Cable
Connect the Network Ethernet Cable to your network router and the other end to your Popcorn
Hour Transformer NAS.
5.2.4 Plug HDD or USB Drive
Plug in your 2.5" SATA HDD to the SATA interface/port or your USB Drive to the USB port on your
Popcorn Hour Transformer NAS.
5.2.5 Connect Power Cable
Connect the US/EU Power Cable to 5V3A Power Adapter. Then plug the power cord into your wall
socket and connect the power lead to Popcorn Hour Transformer NAS. Your Popcorn Hour
Transformer NAS is booting up now.
6. OpenMediaVault Basic Setup
6.1 OpenMediaVault Control Panel Login Page
After boot up, the IP Address will be shown on your TV. Use the IP Address as the URL (e.g.
http://192.168.0.41/) on your PC web browser to browse to the OpenMediaVault Control Panel
Login Page.
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Note: Please change the example IP Address "192.168.0.41" accordingly to the IP Address shown
on your TV.
Login to the Control Panel with credential below:
Username:
Password:
admin
openmediavault
If you are familiar with Linux commands and you would like to login through the TV, you can plug a
USB keyboard to the Popcorn Hour Transformer and use the credential below to login:
Username:
Password:
root
openmediavault
Remember to change the default password once you have logged in.
6.2 Change the Default Password
First of all, change the default password to your desired password:
[Control Panel] System => General Settings => Web Administrator Password.
CAUTION!
IF YOU ARE DEALING WITH CONFIDENTIAL FILES TRANSFER OR SHARING, PLEASE
MAKE SURE YOUR SETUP IS SECURED WITH LONG AND HARD TO GUESS RANDOM
PASSWORD OR PKI KEYS.
CAUTION!
PLEASE REMEMBER YOUR NEW PASSWORD BECAUSE ONCE YOU HAVE SAVED IT, YOU
WILL NOT ABLE TO USE THE OLD DEFAULT PASSWORD ANYMORE.
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After filled in both new "Password" and "Confirm password", click on the "Save" button to save it.
6.3 Date & Time
You might want to change the default Popcorn Hour Transformer NAS system Date & Time (e.g.
Time zone) which is in UTC:
[Control Panel] System => Date & Time.
After making the changes, click on the "Save" button to save it and click on the "Apply" button to
apply the changes.
Note: NTP time sync interval is in between 1 to 16 minutes.
6.4 Static IP
You may want to use Static IP for easy access to the Control Panel or device in future:
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[Control Panel] System => Network => Interfaces => select the Network Interface (e.g. eth0)
=> Edit.
Note: Please change the example "Address", "Netmask" and "Gateway" accordingly to your router
settings.
After filled in the fields under "IPv4", click on the "Save" button to save it and click on the "Apply"
button to apply the changes.
6.5 Secure HTTPS on Control Panel
If you do not have a SSL certificate, you can create a self-signed SSL certificate via:
[Control Panel] System => Certificates => SSL => Add => Create.
Note: Set longer "Period of validity" if you do not want to renew the certificate too frequently.
After filled in the fields, click on the "Save" button to save it and click on the "Apply" button to apply
the changes.
Next, go to:
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[Control Panel] System => General Settings => Web Administration => Secure connection.
After filled in the fields, click on the "Save" button, then the "Apply" button.
Your web browser should report error because the OpenMediaVault Control Panel page no longer
running on normal HTTP. Meaning, from now on, you only can use HTTPS to access to the Control
Panel (e.g. https://192.168.0.41/).
Note: You may add the exception for the self-signed certificate if your browser prompt you to do
so.
CAUTION!
NOTE THAT, SELF-SIGNED CERTIFICATE HAS DISADVANTAGES, PLEASE BE AWARE OF
ITS LIMITATION.
6.6 Access Control Panel through Internet from outside your Home
(Optional)
CAUTION!
SETTING UP THE ACCESS TO THE OPENMEDIAVAULT CONTROL PANEL THROUGH
INTERNET REQUIRED MORE TECHNICAL SKILLS AND IT CAN ALSO EXPOSE YOUR FILES
TO THE PUBLIC IF IT IS NOT SETUP SECURELY.
There are two setup:
1. Dynamic DNS - most of the Home user does not acquired static IP Address for their
internet connection. Meaning, accessing the OpenMediaVault Control Panel from outside of
your Home will not be easy if your Home internet IP Address keeps changing (Dynamic IP).
This is what Dynamic DNS trying to solve. You can go to the wiki page below to try to setup
the Dynamic DNS on your Popcorn Hour Transformer NAS:
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http://wiki.pine64.org/index.php/OpenMediaVault
2. Modem/Router Port Forwarding - After you can successfully accessed the
OpenMediaVault Control Panel via internet, you need to Port Forward from your internet
modem/router to your Popcorn Hour Transformer NAS with port 80 (for http) or 443 (for
https).
Port Forwarding varies from router to router, you may need to find the steps from your
router's user manual or from the internet.
7. Shared Folders Setup
You need to let OpenMediaVault knows which folder(s) can be accessed or shared. Before that,
please make sure you have gone through the OpenMediaVault Basic Setup (Chapter 6).
CAUTION!
MAKE SURE YOU USE DUMMY FOLDERS AND FILES FOR TESTING TO GET YOURSELF
FAMILIAR AND COMFORTABLE WITH THE SETTINGS FIRST.
Firstly, make sure your SATA HDD or USB Drive is plugged into your Popcorn Hour Transformer
NAS. Then, go to:
[Control Panel] Storage => Physical Disks => Scan.
Your disk should present on the device list.
7.1 Wipe Disk (Optional)
If you want to remove everything on your disk, please make sure all the disk's file systems are not
mounted first (i.e. Mounted = No):
[Control Panel] Storage => File Systems => Unmount.
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CAUTION!
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS WILL FORMAT THE STORAGE DEVICE. ALL FILES ON THE
STORAGE DEVICE WILL BE ERASED AND WILL BECOME UNRECOVERABLE.
To remove everything on your disk, please go to:
[Control Panel] Storage => Physical Disks => select the Device => Wipe.
Note: After wipe, you need to create the partition with steps below.
7.2 Create Partition (Optional)
You can create a new partition on the disk:
[Control Panel] Storage => File Systems => Create.
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Note: There are folders/files permission required by some OpenMediaVault features which may
not work well with some file systems (e.g. FAT/FAT32/NTFS), so, EXT4 can be of better choice.
7.3 Mount Partition
You need to mount the partition first before you can access to the folders and files stored on that
partition:
[Control Panel] Storage => File Systems => select the Partition => Mount => Apply.
Note: On the technical side, the partition will be mounted under "/srv/..." file path
7.4 Add User
You need to create a user to access to the folders and files:
[Control Panel] Access Right Management => User => Add.
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CAUTION!
IF YOU ARE DEALING WITH CONFIDENTIAL FILES TRANSFER OR SHARING, PLEASE
MAKE SURE YOUR SETUP IS SECURED WITH LONG AND HARD TO GUESS RANDOM
PASSWORD OR PKI KEYS.
Make sure the new user is under "users" Group:
After filled in the fields, click on the "Save" button, then the "Apply" button.
7.5 Add Shared Folders
To create a shared folder, please go to:
[Control Panel] Access Right Management => Shared Folders => Add.
Note: You should add the shared folder starting from the root directory of your disk before you add
the sub-folder as shared folder. Because if you are trying to access to the sub-folder directly, you
may not able to get pass the parent folder permission.
After filled in the fields, click on the "Save" button.
7.6 Shared Folder Permission (Privileges/ACL)
To set the permission of your shared folder, please go to:
[Control Panel] Access Right Management => Shared Folders => select the Shared Folder =>
Privileges => tick "Read/Write" or "Read-only" for your user => Save.
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Note: Your shared folders permission (Privileges/ACL) should also be set starting from the root
folder.
Next, go to:
[Control Panel] Access Right Management => Shared Folders => select the Shared Folder =>
ACL (for ext3/ext4 filesystem).
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Select the Directory.
Tick "Read/Write" or "Read-only" for your user in User/Groups permissions.
Set Owner and Group to "Read/Write/Execute" or "Read only".
Set Others to "None".
Enable Recursive.
After filled in the fields, click on the "Apply" button, then the "Close" button.
8. FTP
Please go through the Shared Folders Setup (Chapter 7) first before proceed to:
[Control Panel] Services => FTP => Settings => Enable => Save => Apply.
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For more security on your FTP transfer, you can setup the SSL/TLS on:
[Control Panel] Services => FTP => SSL/TLS.
Next, go to:
[Control Panel] Services => FTP => Shares -> Add.
After filled in the fields, click on the "Save" button, then the "Apply" button.
Note: If you are using FAT/FAT32 file system on your disk partition where permission cannot be
set, after a reboot, the default read only permission will be used. If you are constantly hit by
"Permission denied", then you may consider a less secure solution:
[Control Panel] Services => FTP => Settings => enable Permit root login => Save => Apply.
This required SSH (Chapter 12) root password.
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9. SAMBA (Windows Share)
Please go through the Shared Folders Setup (Chapter 7) first before proceed to:
[Control Panel] Services => SMB/CIFS => Settings => Enable => Save => Apply.
Next, go to:
[Control Panel] Services => SMB/CIFS => Shares -> Add.
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After filled in the fields, click on the "Save" button, then the "Apply" button.
10. NFS
Please go through the Shared Folders Setup (Chapter 7) first before proceed to:
[Control Panel] Services => NFS => Settings => Enable => Save => Apply.
Next, go to:
[Control Panel] Services => NFS => Shares -> Add.
Note: Some of the NFS clients (e.g. Kodi/XBMC) required insecure NFS, please change the
"secure" to "insecure" in the "Extra options" field.
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After filled in the fields, click on the "Save" button, then the "Apply" button.
11. Rsync (Clone/Backup)
You required at least two devices to Clone/Backup from master to slave or bidirectional via Rsync.
Please go through the Shared Folders Setup (Chapter 7) first before proceed to:
[On slave(destination) device's Control Panel] Services => Rsync => Server => Settings =>
Enable => Save => Apply.
Next, go to:
[On slave(destination) device's Control Panel] Services => Rsync => Server => Modules =>
Add => General.
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Make sure you choose the correct "User".
Enable "Authenticate users".
You may fill in "Hosts allow" for more security.
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Next go to:
[On slave(destination) device's Control Panel] Services => Rsync => Server => Modules =>
Add => User => Add.
CAUTION!
IF YOU ARE DEALING WITH CONFIDENTIAL FILES TRANSFER OR SHARING, PLEASE MAKE
SURE YOUR SETUP IS SECURED WITH LONG AND HARD TO GUESS RANDOM PASSWORD.
After filled in the fields, click on the "Save" button, then the "Apply" button.
Next, go to:
[On master(source) device's Control Panel] Services => Rsync => Jobs => Add.
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Type: Remote
Mode: Push
Destination server: [USER]@[HOST]::[Rsync Server Module Name]
◦ [HOST] can also be <<<CNAME>>>.ddns.net for Dynamic DNS
Minute: 5, Every N minute: Enabled (Example of running the Rsync every 5 minutes)
After filled in the fields, click on the "Save" button, then the "Apply" button.
You can select a Job and click on "Run" button on top for testing.
To troubleshoot, please go to:
[Control Panel] Diagnostics => System Logs.
For bidirectional Rsync, please add another Job to Pull from the slave(destination) device.
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Note: do not enable "Delete" for bidirectional because pull job may run first to copy over again the
already deleted master file/folder from the slave device and vice versa.
If you wish to Rsync Clone/Backup through internet, please refer to Access Control Panel through
Internet from outside your Home (Optional) (Chapter 6.6) because they are almost alike with the
only different on Port Forwarding port as 873 instead.
12. SSH
Some setup required execution of Linux commands through either Serial Terminal or SSH which
required technical skills.
Please go through the OpenMediaVault Basic Setup (Chapter 6) first before proceed to:
[Control Panel] Services => SSH => enable Permit root login => Save => Apply.
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CAUTION!
REMEMBER TO ALWAYS DISABLE IT BACK FOR SECURITY REASON.
After that, SSH to your Popcorn Hour Transformer NAS with Putty using the credential below:
Username: root
Password: openmediavault
CAUTION!
REMEMBER TO CHANGE THE DEFAULT PASSWORD.
CAUTION!
IF YOU ARE DEALING WITH CONFIDENTIAL FILES TRANSFER OR SHARING, PLEASE
MAKE SURE YOUR SETUP IS SECURED WITH LONG AND HARD TO GUESS RANDOM
PASSWORD OR PKI KEYS.
CAUTION!
PLEASE REMEMBER YOUR NEW PASSWORD BECAUSE ONCE YOU HAVE SAVED IT, YOU
WILL NOT ABLE TO USE THE OLD DEFAULT PASSWORD ANYMORE.
13. System Monitoring
Please go through the OpenMediaVault Basic Setup (Chapter 6) first before proceed to:
[Control Panel] System => Monitoring => Enable => Save => Apply.
Next, go to:
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[Control Panel] Diagnostics => System Information => Performance statistics.
14. Notification
Please go through the OpenMediaVault Basic Setup (Chapter 6) first before proceed to:
[Control Panel] System => Notification => Settings.
For GMAIL:
• SMTP server: smtp.gmail.com
• SMTP port: 587
• Use SSL/TLS secure connection: Enable
• Sender email: <<<Your GMAIL Address>>>
• Authentication required: Enable
• Username: <<<Your GMAIL Address>>>
• Password: <<<Your GMAIL Password>>>
• Recipient: <<<Your Recipient Emails>>>
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Note: At your GMAIL account, you also need to enable:
GMAIL => Settings => Accounts and Import => Change account settings => Other Google
Account settings => Sign-in & security => Apps with account access => Allow less secure
apps: ON
After filled in the fields, click on the "Save" button, then the "Apply" button.
Then, use "Send a test email" for testing.
Next, set the Notification items that you would like to receive:
[Control Panel] System => Notification => Notifications => tick/untick Notification => Save =>
Apply.
15. Wi-Fi
Setup Wi-Fi is a bit tricky, you might ended up unable to access to the Popcorn Hour Transformer
NAS anymore. If so, you need to plug back in the Ethernet network cable, login through your TV
(refer Chapter 6.1) and run "ifconfig" to find out the IP Address.
Anyway, please go through the OpenMediaVault Basic Setup (Chapter 6) first.
While Ethernet network cable is still plugged, plug in your USB Wi-Fi dongle (RTL8188EU) and
reboot your Popcorn Hour Transformer NAS.
Next, go to:
[Control Panel] System => Network => Interfaces => Add (Wi-Fi).
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General settings
◦ Name: wlan0
Wi-Fi
◦ SSID: <<<Your Wireless Router Wi-Fi SSID>>>
◦ Password: <<<Your Wireless Router Wi-Fi Password>>>
IPv4
◦ Method: DHCP
After filled in the fields, click on the "Save" button, then the "Apply" button.
Make sure your Ethernet network is set to DHCP:
[Control Panel] System => Network => Interfaces => Select the Network Interface (e.g. eth0)
=> Edit => IPv4 Method (DHCP) => Save => Apply.
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Note: It is normal that you may experience communication failure on the Control Panel because
your Popcorn Hour Transformer NAS may had obtained a new DHCP IP Address.
Next, unplug the Ethernet network cable and reboot your Popcorn Hour Transformer NAS. Give it
some time to detect the Ethernet network cable is unplugged. Finally, the Wi-Fi (e.g. wlan0) IP
Address will be shown on your TV.
Use that IP Address to access to your OpenMediaVault Control Panel on your PC web browser.
If you wish to use static IP for your Wi-Fi, then go to:
[Control Panel] System => Network => Interfaces => Select the Network Interface (e.g. wlan0)
=> Edit.
Note: Please change the example "Address", "Netmask" and "Gateway" accordingly to your router
settings.
After filled in the fields under "IPv4", click on the "Save" button, then the "Apply" button.
16. NextCloud
NextCloud setup required more technical skills. Please refer to:
http://wiki.pine64.org/index.php/OpenMediaVault#NextCloud
17. More Information on OpenMediaVault
For more information or advance setup on OpenMediaVault, please visit:
http://wiki.pine64.org/index.php/OpenMediaVault
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