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  1. I tried with opening Firefox with add addons disabled, and it still keeps the computer awake if the Unraid forums are open in a tab. This is what "powercfg.exe -requests" shows when the forums are opened in Firefox: This is when I close the forums tab: Chrome shows only the "Legacy Kernel Caller" when the forums are open: I have disabled all notifications in the settings in my profile, but it didn't make any difference. I can have any other webpage or forum open, and going to sleep timeout works. Just not when the Unraid forums are open in a browser.
  2. Request: Barrier, for sharing keyboard and mouse between Linux, Mac and Windows. https://slackbuilds.org/repository/14.2/network/barrier/
  3. Well, when I searched for the string "add_header Strict-Transport-Security", I found it in these files: letsencrypt/nginx/ssl.conf nextcloud/nginx/site-confs/default I have commented it out in the "nextcloud/nginx/site-confs/default" file.
  4. I think Nginx behaves like this if the same directive is enabled in two places at the same time, like in the Letsencrypt and Nextcloud containers. Comment out the other one, and check after restarting the dockers.
  5. Added How come the byobu version is v2.82 from 2010? The latest released version is v5.133 from 17 Feb 2020.
  6. Then maybe there should be a "spoiler" button, as I guess people are not aware of that tag. Or hotwire the "code" tag to do the same thing.
  7. It would be nice to have sections marked as 'code' to be collapsed. As it is quite common to paste scripts and logs in posts, these can be quite annoying to scroll past.
  8. I have an Asus RT-AX88U, and would also like to know how to setup the router for PXE booting.
  9. I added error message for missing directory. Thanks for the input!
  10. I solved it by downloading ffmpeg and using it to convert GIF to PNG. I added this to my 'go' file: # Start install ffmpeg cd /tmp wget https://johnvansickle.com/ffmpeg/builds/ffmpeg-git-amd64-static.tar.xz tar xf ffmpeg-git-amd64-static.tar.xz rm ffmpeg-git-amd64-static.tar.xz cd ffmpeg* cp ffmpeg /usr/local/bin/ cp ffprobe /usr/local/bin/ chmod 777 /usr/local/bin/ffmpeg chmod 777 /usr/local/bin/ffprobe cd .. rm -rf ffmpeg* # End install ffmpeg Then I use this in a script to convert from GIF to PNG: /usr/local/bin/ffmpeg -y -i image001.gif image001.png
  11. No need to run two instances, one instance works just fine with multiple databases.
  12. Maybe push a mock update to the v-version with changelog only requesting users to uninstall & re-install the plugin, so that the new versioning format can take over.
  13. If author removed the "v" in the version number, wouldn't uninstalling the plugin and then installing it make it see new versions without the "v"?
  14. Try to set the backup share to "Prefer". From the help description: "Prefer indicates that all new files and subdirectories should be written to the Cache disk/pool, provided enough free space exists on the Cache disk/pool. If there is insufficient space on the Cache disk/pool, then new files and directories are created on the array. When the mover is invoked, files and subdirectories are transferred off the array and onto the Cache disk/pool."
  15. If you want, you can try my script I've made exactly for this purpose. https://github.com/ICDeadPpl/UnraidScripts/blob/master/backup-appdata-usb-vm.sh It backs up the folders in your appdata location separately. It also backs up the USB flash drive and the libvirt.img file. I have it running on a schedule on my Unraid.