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    Hi guys. This video is about PCIe passthrough. It discusses what IOMMU is and how it works, the PCIe architecture and how it can effect iommu groupings. The video also shows some solutions for dealing with passing through devices when they are not alone in an iommu group. Hope its useful.
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    I've created a template for creating Home Assistant containers in DockerMan. Add the following url to your template repositories at the bottom of the Docker tab in your Unraid configuration: https://github.com/balloob/unraid-docker-templates Home Assistant is a home automation platform running on Python 3. The goal of Home Assistant is to be able to track and control all devices at home and offer a platform for automating control.
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    https://lime-technology.com/wiki/Files_on_v6_boot_drive
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    Definitely admin. I've vowed however that one day I might actually sit down and IDK watch a movie or something
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    I just don't like the idea of water cooled computers. I mean, what could possibly go wrong?!
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    I second the recommendation for Ubiquiti. I've got a unifi shopping habit.
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    So... any chance we can get you guys to fix the Windows Update process? That was smooth as silk, while my Win10 box has been rebooting for days trying to install all its updates.
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    effortless upgrade from 6.5.1 Kudos to @bonienl for the container terminal, saves a lot of fannying about with docker exec -it
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    There's no need to move any files. Just do a new configuration with the data disks in the order you want them. Make absolutely sure you have the correct disk assigned as parity - your screen grab is a useful reference as it should the serial numbers and the current assignments. Select "Trust parity" and confirm. This will work because you have a single parity disk. If you still want to move files around then you can do so afterwards using MC or Krusader if you prefer.
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    BUMP for inclusion in unRaid 6.6!!!!!!!! (please)
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    Almost wonder if 4.16 goes EOL when 4.17 comes out? Best to wait for 4.17 for this alone https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=article&item=linux-417-power&num=1
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    Yes we are moving to 4.16 kernel in unRAID 6.6 release, under construction now.
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    Did you make a directory inside your VM called /home/daylend/UbuntuServer and then reboot or mount -a to reload fstab? I did the following: Then I created the Directory "/unraid" not that the exact path matters could have used "/mnt/unraid" for instance and used that below instead of /unraid. Then I added the following to fstab and rebooted: unraid /unraid 9p trans=virtio,version=9p2000.L,_netdev,rw 0 0 And I got my user shares from my unRAID server listed when I "ls /unraid" Hope this helps.