Sort of having a love affair with OMV at the moment, don’t worry it will not take long for the I/O to end and the infatuation to stop.
Its an absolute superb little server base and has all the basics and much more all in one web interface.
I have used several in the past from Webmin, Zentyal and others and to be honest somehow always missed OMV because its firmly labelled as Nas.
The usual username:password rock:rock hostname rockpi4
Its vanilla Radxa build via there git hub build script with there base packages and apt already added.
network-manager service has been disabled and the return to /etc/network/interfaces.d/interfaces.
Started to get used to how OMV operates and the radxa image is getting more tailored to its needs.
On first boot
sudo sh set-region.sh to set keyboard, timezone and locale
Armhf didn’t go well for me compared to arm64
So here is an updated omv-4.4-arm64.img.xz image
There has been a lot of talk of disks and USB drives so I seriously say take a look at the snapraid and unionfs plugins in OMV as for home/media services they are pretty much perfect to that environment.
I have been seriously impressed with the RK3399 capability for running multiple server services and you can get lost in the plethora of plugins in OMV.