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  1. root@Miranda:~# ping -c 3 ping: Name or service not known root@Miranda:~# ping -c 3 ping: Name or service not known root@Miranda:~# ping -c 3 PING ( 56(84) bytes of data. From icmp_seq=1 Destination Host Unreachable From icmp_seq=2 Destination Host Unreachable From icmp_seq=3 Destination Host Unreachable --- ping statistics --- 3 packets transmitted, 0 received, +3 errors, 100% packet loss, time 2056ms pipe 3 root@Miranda:~# ping -c 3 ping: Name or service not known root@Miranda:~# I had Deluge setup but that is not working.
  2. I am also getting a DNS error for the CA. has anyone founds a fix? I've tried manually setting dns on server and router but. that is the only item having problems.
  3. Is your USB formatted as fat32? Does the makebootable.bat show an error? Use creator tool to make the drive. Copy everything from drive to desktop folder. Open powershell admin Type the command: "format /fs:fat32 x:" to format (replace X with the the real drive letter you’d like to format) no ""s Copy usb contents back to usb. Admin run the makebootable.bat Make sure BIOS set correctly. Now try booting it.
  4. Rack PC: asus rs720 e7 rs12 board: Z9PE-D16, updated BIOS CPUs: Xeon(R) CPU E5-2620 0 @ 2.00GHz Lexmark 64gb (had it laying around) ASUS PIKE card and LSI megaRaid controller I am testing out a "new" PC to transfer my running Unraid to. with a fresh Unraid install using the creator tool. The first boot runs fine, but it will hang during any reboot and shutdown. After having to hard shutdown, the system gets hung up on the syslog deamon, and will sit there for 20 minutes until I reset the PC. I searched to forums and tried all of the suggestions. I have tried using my current operation USB, used every version of unraid on the creator, formatted the Lexmark manually to FAT32 after coping the drive moved everything back and made it bootable. Booted to safe-mode/ with and without GUI. Every boot after the first stops and "starting rsyslogd deamond: /usr/sbin/rsyslogd -i /var/run/". I have had my old one running for 6 months and love it but, I have outgrown the case and want to expand. So I know very little about enterprise servers. Also trying to figure out why Unraid cant see my 1 4Tb WD red drive while Bios sees it, i figure its a BIOS setting I haven't found yet. syslog.txt