Hi, I've finally prepared a guide to setup OpenMediaVault 1.0.32 on UDOO Quad. This is the procedure that I followed. Prerequisites An SD card (2GB or larger) Debian/Ubuntu based OS (I've used Linux Mint) Procedure Insert your SD card in your PC. Open a shell and log as root: Code: su Then go to the root home folder Code: cd Now update and install the needed packages for this procedure: Code: apt-get update apt-get upgrade apt-get install binfmt-support qemu-user-static debootstrap Now check where your SD card is mapped Code: fdisk -l You should find your SD card with a name like /dev/sdX (in my case it is /dev/sdb). From now on I will refer to the SD card as /dev/sdX (in your system this path could differ). Please consider that we are going to wipe the entire content of this disk, so be sure that you're pointing to the right device and you've already made a backup of its content. In case your system automatically mount the SD card we have to un-mount it: Code: umount /dev/sdX1 The previous command could fail if your SD card has not been mounted automatically by your system, the important thing is that /dev/sdX is pointing correctly to your SD card and is not mounted in your file system Now we have to wipe the entire filesystem and create a new partition, we will use fdisk: Code: fdisk /dev/sdX Delete all partitions using the command Code: d as the partition table is empty (use command p to check the partition table) you can create a new partition with: Code: n Then select a primary partition with: Code: p And 1 as ID: Code: 1 To be sure to have enough space for U-Boot image let the partition start at 16025, so choose as start: Code: 16025 I noticed that using 16GB card this value could create some problem, but honestly I don't know why. I used a 8GByte SD card (class 6) Partition end is automatically suggested so you can press [ENTER] Now you can write your partition table with the following command: Code: w Now format your SDCard with EXT4 filesystem: Code: mkfs.ext4 /dev/sdX1 Before mounting your partition check if the folder /mnt exists and it is empty. So mount it on /mnt using: Code: mount /dev/sdX1 /mnt Download the U-Boot image with (for UDOO Europe version): Code: wget http://download.udoo.org/files/UDOO_Unico/u-Boot_Quad/u-boot-q.imx While if you have an US UDOO you have to use this link: Code: wget http://udoo.org/download/files/UDOO_Unico/u-Boot_Quad/u-boot-q.imx And then write it to the SDCard Code: dd if=u-boot-q.imx of=/dev/sdX bs=512 seek=2 Now create a new folder where we will temporally put our packages. Please be sure that “debian” folder is not already existing in your home folder. Code: mkdir ~/debian Download basic package: Code: debootstrap --foreign --arch=armhf wheezy ~/debian Copy the QEMU file: Code: cp /usr/bin/qemu-arm-static ~/debian/usr/bin/ Install all basic packages in debian folders: Code: chroot ~/debian /debootstrap/debootstrap --second-stage Download Kernel image (if you have an Europe version): Code: wget http://download.udoo.org/files/UDOO_Unico/Kernel/uImage While if you have an US UDOO you have to use this link: Code: wget http://udoo.org/download/files/UDOO_Unico/Kernel/uImage And copy it to the boot folder: Code: cp uImage ~/debian/boot Download modules (if you have an Europe version): Code: wget http://download.udoo.org/files/UDOO_Unico/Kernel/modules.tar.gz While if you have an US UDOO you have to use this link: Code: wget http://udoo.org/download/files/UDOO_Unico/Kernel/modules.tar.gz And extract them to our folder: Code: cd ~/debian tar xzf ~/modules.tar.gz From now on our root folder will be the “debian” folder Code: chroot ~/debian Add new lines for the ethernet interface (if your using Wi-Fi you have to make a little change to it, but I suggest if it is possible to use ethernet at least for the first boot): Code: nano /etc/network/interfaces Add following lines to the exisiting: Code: auto eth0 iface eth0 inet dhcp Save and exit using CTRL+X Add package repository: Code: nano /etc/apt/sources.list Add this line: Code: deb http://ftp.uk.debian.org/debian/ wheezy main Save and exit using CTRL+X Now update APT repositories: Code: apt-get update Install SSH and other basic stuff: Code: apt-get install openssh-server bash-completion locales Set your root password (please take note of it!) Code: passwd Exit from chroot with: Code: exit Copy everything you have installed on your SDc ard: Code: cd ~/debian/ cp -rp * /mnt sync Now you can un-mount your SDCard Code: umount /dev/sdbX exit Remove your SD card (if you’re using a VM please assure that your host OS has completely un-mounted the SD card, in case unmount also from it) Now put your SD card in your UDOO and be sure is connected to your home network (so ethernet connection is the simplest way) boot it and wait at least 30 seconds, from a PC connected to the same network open a SSH session using the UDOO IP address and log as root and put the password that you have entered some step above: Code: ssh root@UDOO_IP Where UDOO_IP is the IP address of your UDOO. Once the SSH shell is opened add locales export to your bashrc: Code: nano .bashrc Add the following lines at the end of the file: Code: export LC_ALL=en_US.UTF-8 export LANG=en_US.UTF-8 export LANGUAGE=en_US.UTF-8 Save and exit with CTRL+X, then update (when the selection menu will pop-up please select en_US.UTF-8 and deselect everything else): Code: locale-gen en_US.UTF-8 dpkg-reconfigure locales source .bashrc Now add repository for OMV Code: echo "deb http://packages.openmediavault.org/public kralizec main" > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/openmediavault.list Add key for Kralizec repository (thank to @calmyabadselfdown): Code: apt-key adv --keyserver http://packages.openmediavault.org/public/archive.key --recv-keys 7E7A6C592EF35D13 And add our hostname Code: echo "127.0.0.1" $HOSTNAME.localdomain $HOSTNAME >> /etc/hosts Update packages definition: Code: apt-get update Install OVM stuff: Code: apt-get install openmediavault-keyring postfix Answer to questions that will pop-up Now update definitions again: Code: apt-get update And install OVM: Code: apt-get install openmediavault If everything has work correctly you should not get any error during the previous installation. You have to add again this line at the end of /etc/hosts (after OVM installation it will be probably deleted) Code: echo "127.0.0.1" $HOSTNAME.localdomain $HOSTNAME >> /etc/hosts Then configure OVM: Code: omv-initsystem You should get no error and so now you can reboot: Code: reboot Now SSH server is disabled on your UDOO, but you can re-enable it using the OVM WebGUI. Connect to your UDOO via web browser (you have to enter your UDOO_IP in your URL bar in your browser) and log as admin: Code: user: admin password: openmediavault Go to Services->SSH and select Enable, then Save and confirm with Apply in order to have an SSH connection. If you want extra plug-in, connect via SSH as before and digit the following commands: Code: echo "deb http://packages.omv-extras.org/debian/ kralizec main" >> /etc/apt/sources.list.d/omv-extras-org-kralizec.list apt-get update apt-get install openmediavault-omvextrasorg apt-get update That's all! P.S.: I made this procedure using Linux Mint in a Parallels 9 VM (on Mac OS X 10.10), I have noticed that using Virtual Box VM under OS X 10.10 I got a lot of errors while trying to format the SD card. I have also noticed that using a 16GByte SD card the procedure doesn't work, the system doesn't start, I don't know why, since I follow the same procedure (I've prepared my debian folder and then write in both SD cards).