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    okay this was the solution for me: stop the container delete everything except the "cfg" folder in the jdownloader2 program folder (which is mounted in appdata) start the container again and let it update / reload the program it seems that my installation was in a bad state. maybe it would be worth considering only mounting the cfg folder into appdata and reload the program at each start, but i dont know. 👍🙂
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    Am just starting out on this route, and K1ngJony am just looking for the same sort of build and useage. Mainly want it for a NAS and plex server. And maybe a VM of windows. Am in Australia also so very keen on what you find.
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    no, it is bridged and not NATed. big difference. yes and no. if people do not know what they are doing, and how everything is working together, they can learn. 🙂
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    All your settings and licence file are stored it the 'config' folder on the flash drive. You want to make sure you can read its contents and the easiest way to do this is by making a backup of this on your PC/Mac. I would then recommend downloading the zip file for the release you are using and extracting all the bz* type files overwriting the copies on the USB stick. This should fix any corruption of the system files
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    OMG, Thank you!!! This is exactly the same thing that was happening to me and the reason i was about to post! First off, thank you for having the same unraid setup as me (custom domain, using cloudflare, same issue with wireguard). Secondly, I took your suggestion and went with it. I didn’t like having my domain root (domain.com) not being protected by cloudflare’s proxy. So i created a subdomain (vpn.domain.com) for this purpose. So my A record still is protected by Cloudflare, but now my subdomain’s CNAME record isn’t. I know in the end it still points to the same place, but I still feel better having it setup this way. One last question though... From what I read, the Peer DNS Server should point to the router OR to another DNS server. My network uses the 192.168.8.0/24, but WG uses the 10.253.0.0/24. So my server usually has 192.168.8.10, but gets assigned 10.253.0.1 through WG. So when it comes time to fill in the Peer DNS Server, would I put in the router’s IP as 192.168.8.1? Because when I do that, it doesn’t work — I can connect to the VPN, I can access the router at 192.168.8.1, but I cannot access the unraid server at 192.168.8.10 OR at 10.253.0.1. Oh, it DOES show that it’s trying to connect to my unraid server via the xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.unraid.net domain. So in the end I’m forced to put in 1.1.1.1 to get it all to work correctly. I would prefer to just put in my router’s IP so that if i ever change the DNS Server, I just change it in one place (my router) as opposed to my router AND the WG settings.
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    Container launches and it shows up in steam server list. Thanks a bunch!
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    Container starts now properly, please update the container (redis error should be hopefully also be gone). ATLAS.log
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    great! glad you were able to get it working. I added a note about Cloudfare to the troubleshooting section.
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    Ah nice catch - I'll switch to that one. Cheers!
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    It looks like the appdata location has been fixed now. I've also added the URL for installation instructions in the overview. If someone would be kind enough to confirm that would be great. Cheers
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    First and foremost, typically small "b" is for bit (e.g. 10Gb = 10 gigabit) while capital "B" is for byte. So you have to start with getting your unit right. Is the "mb/s" in your "75-100mb/s" bit per second or byte per second? Secondly, "ethernet" is just a network technology. It can be any speed so "ethernet speed" is sort of meaningless. A VM access to the host via SMB will always go through the virtual network, which is 100Gb - that is about 12.5 GB/s theoretical throughput. Hence your access to the host via SMB will almost never saturate the virtual network adapter so that is never a concern to begin with. I don't see why you expect "the speed should be the speed the Sata Connection" when accessing stuff on the HDD (array). No HDD can saturate the SATA connection (550MB/s). You also haven't mentioned if the 75/100mb/s is read or write, whether it's sequential or random (big file or small file), what kind of HDD's you have, do you have multiple network bridges, what version of Unraid you are running etc. Those details matter in determining if your access speed is expected or not.
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    The only thing I meant by server/consumer hardware was the difference in processor families. Xeon vs Core, and what each offers you in terms of features and cost. I personally am probably going to get a Xeon E-2246G when I get around to upgrading my server. Why? Has good enough benchmarks (to me), is an upgrade to my current Pentium, and is priced around what I want to pay for a CPU. It fits with my "server hardware" build for a motherboard with IPMI. But it's only a 6 core CPU, which is more than I currently have, but not as "cool" as one with 8-10-12 cores, and it has iGPU which I may not even need/use, and has 80W TDP (I'm mindful of a power hog system). If I compare my choice with a modern consumer i9-10900k clearly I can see that i9 outperforms at nearly 2x the cost and has more cores https://www.cpubenchmark.net/compare/Intel-Xeon-E-2246G-vs-Intel-i9-10900K/3523vs3730 I'm not sure if I'm choosing to go the correct route with my hardware choices, and that's why I haven't bought anything yet. A more modern "server" grade CPU will easily run into the $1000's so by comparison maybe a recent Core CPU would be better. Don't be confused by the word "server".. you don't need a "server rack" for anything. Any ATX/mATX board will fit into whatever case you are using. Most mid/full size tower cases will accommodate multiple gpu's and pci cards so I wouldn't be too concerned about that until you actually ran out of space. If you wanted to use a server rack for something then you can. If you have a place to put one. There's all kinds of sizes and styles. I didn't find anything that really suited what I wanted so I ended up building an IKEA Lack Rack (a mod of Ikea Lack end tables) so there's always other options if you have the desire to go that route.
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    There's nothing here that's so crazy that it would need it's own specific build... you want to do the same as everyone else, basically. And it sounds like you already know what you want. Intel with iGPU is probably easiest.. you just need to figure out if you want to go with server grade hardware or consumer grade hardware. Server ... Xeon E-whatever, Consumer, i5/i7/i9-whatever. At least 32GB RAM I'd suggest, and if it's in the budget then 64GB would be good to start with. An SSD cache drive or two, and any extra hard drives you want to start out with and you're done. You can get some build ideas from these guys...
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    Created a new template that works properly and is also available in the CA APP... @dathomas85 & @D'n'S137 (this is the official container) & @tjb_altf4
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    I'm running a new Ryzen 3000 series system on Unraid 6.8.0 and can not query the systems temperature sensors using the Dynamix - System Temp plugin. After a little digging, I found users Skitals and Leoyzen made kernels forking 6.8.0-RC5 to support this features (as well as others). I'd like to see the Linux kernel patches for the k10temp and nct6775 make it into the next Unraid RC build to support users of this platform and CPU architecture. Note, my Realtek R8125 on my ASUS ROG Strix x570-E seems to be working with the out-of-tree drivers and I don't seem to have the VFIO bug that is referenced in the 2nd thread on my 6.8.0-stable system. References: Thank You! -JesterEE
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    Just want to add. Epic games can be stored in nas. to reinstall games that have been installed, 1. rename the game folder (for example Fortnite to Fortnite.bak) 2. install the game from client. wait for few minutes. make sure the client created a folder and have downloaded some files into it. 3. cancel the installation from the client. DO NOT EXIT EPIC GAMES CLIENT. 4. delete the unfinished install folder and rename the fully installed game back to the original name. 5. go back to epic games client. install the game again. this time, the client will find the files and do verifications. 6. once the games is installed(complete verifications), you can play the game. I have shared world war z installation in unraid and shared between 4 pc. and it works well.