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  1. Not sure if I'm recalling things correctly or not, but ... I think because of the large level of efforts required that Beta builds are typically not targetted, only once they hit RC Release Candidates. In the past there have been over 3 non-RC builds released in a single day, and nearly half dozen in 1 week.
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    "." in $PATH

    That's the default path, and my finds work perfectly fine.
  3. I think you'd have to rollback to earlier version of Nvidia unRaid that has that particular version.
  4. I updated my docker container and it's running Server version 4.4.0.40 and All Is Fine. No issues at all.
  5. Oh, I just check again today and emby says there is a new version of their server. I guess my auto-update didn't trigger yet, so I'm still running an older version. I'll let you know how things go if/when my system updates.
  6. You prob need to update to 6.8.x to get latest versions from nerdpack.
  7. Working fine for me, and lately I've been watching more movies than ever. I'm running with Direct-Play clients (Roku Ultras) with various 1080p material. What issues are you having?
  8. The only sure way to prevent this is to disable wsdd in your unraid settings.
  9. BRiT

    Squid is 50!

    Happy Birthday. I never thought of squids being over 3 or 4 years old. Hope you have a wonderful day.
  10. Can this recent discussion be spawned off onto a feedback topic since it goes beyond just CA but what in general should be announced and what shouldn't etc.
  11. Here's a thread for how to use Google's Team Drives.
  12. You'd probably have to ask AMD if they got their real fix into mainline Linux.
  13. No. It's more complicated than that, read both threads for actual info that discusses that exact point.