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  1. PSA. It seems openvpn pushed another broken bin, tagged 2.7.3 I get the same error with it as I did with the previously pulled 2.7.2 While they/us try to figure it out, you can change your image to "linuxserver/openvpn-as:2.6.1-ls11" and it should work
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  2. On boot the plugin runs this command. nvidia-smi --query-gpu=gpu_name,gpu_bus_id,gpu_uuid --format=csv,noheader | sed -e s/00000000://g | sed 's/\,\ /\n/g' > /tmp/nvidia and outputs to a file /tmp/nvidia When you go to the plugin page it reads the contents of that file to get the GPU info. cat /tmp/nvidia I can't tell you why your copy of that file is getting deleted, but that's what I would bet is causing it. Try running the above command and see what the output is, both from a fresh boot and after the problem occurs. My guess is you have some cleanup script
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  3. RC6 has samba 4.9.5 Problem should be solved.
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  4. https://twitter.com/JustinAiken is following you.
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  5. You have a new follower, me, @hpka on Twitter
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  6. yep see Q12 from the following link:- https://forums.unraid.net/topic/44108-support-binhex-general/?do=FindComment&comment=433612
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  7. now complete, new image is built which should now alter an existing nginx.conf and add in the basic auth to the /rpc2 location, if its already secure it will skip this, new users will get this set by default.
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  8. I have actually considered building a 16 core Threadripper for my unraid server. I am still maxing out my CPU. I am running a i7 4790k with 4 cores with HyperThreading. In side my house I have a TheaterRoom with 4k UHD Setup. All my action and Marvell movies I have in full 4K content at about 60gb per mkv. Most of these I can direct stream with the Nvidia Shield. However I have all of my family and friends that stream from me as well. My kids aren't with me half of the time and when they are away they stream from me. During a busy time I can have 4-6 people outside of m
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  9. Yes, with the caveat that if it wears thin and allows contact either by insertion friction or vibration you may end up with a non-spinning drive at a very awkward time. Also, if the coating is too thick, you may end up damaging the SATA power cable or port. Kapton is the clear winner, as it's practically designed for this type of application. Other insulating solutions would work, but you need to be mindful of the downsides. Another alternative is to disconnect the pad from the trace, but that's risky if you aren't super careful with your abrasive method. Clipping the pin out of th
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  10. If the BIOS doesn't see the drive, there is no way unRAID will see it. Do you have any other drives attached to the controller? I have several 8TB drives shucked from Easystore enclosures and they are attached to a Dell H310 in IT mode. All show up fine in unRAID. Is it by chance a white label drive? If so, it could be the SATA 3.3v reset issue that is causing it to not be recognized. Recent white label drives tend to have that "feature." All of my shucked drives work fine in my server because my hot-swap drive cages are powered by molex connectors which bypass the
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  11. You just need to boot with a dos flashdrive (or use any Windows PC if more convenient), copy the LSI firmware package, and run: sas2flsh -o -e 5 for dos sas2flash -o -e 5 for Windows
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  12. Hello, Last night everything was working perfectly fine, however since this morning I seem to be unable to login. I am running Ombi behind a reverse proxy and am using a DuckDNS domain to access it. As mentioned, everything was working flawlessly before this morning. I am unaware of any changes performed on the container (currently not at my place and I do not have access to the unRAID webUI). Maybe Ombi updated itself causing this issue? Anyhow, I can still access the domain, and when I enter an incorrect username/password I get an error. However, upon ent
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  13. It was just pure deduction. All of the reporting tools were saying it was fine. But it kept having issues which meant I had to look into it further. In the end, it was manually testing the device that allowed me to narrow it down to a point I could make the ssd fail 100% of the time under one of my test conditions. At that point it doesn't matter what the SMART says, I can reproduce a failure at will with something that within it's specs, proving the device was faulty. Hardware failure can be tricky. Not everything is going to be easily visible as a concrete red line somewhere. There
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  14. Since not one else has jumped in, I will try to get you started. First thing, is how old is this UPS. (APC model numbers are virtually useless as when I google using one, I always get several obviously different units from a physical package standpoint!) I seem to recall that both older and newer APC UPS's have separate issues. Not all models, but enough to make life really difficult in solving problems. If you look in the upper right hand corner of the screen capture, you will find a link to the Online Manual. Be sure to use it. A quick glance at it showed that there are tw
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