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  1. Hi, I had a working setup with both NVME and GPU passthrough. But since I recently upgrade my CPU, I needed to upgrade my BIOS as well causing a blue screen and triggering a repair mode in Windows. To isolate the issue, I temporarily deactivated GPU passthrough and I still have the same issue. The thing is that when I choose to reboot Windows in Safe mode, the NVME passthough is working. So it is encouraging. As I had reset my BIOS settings since the upgrade, it might be the issue. But I do not know what is the settings I missed. Maybe something with UEFI... I attached my diagnostic zip. Does someone has a lead on this ? ryzen-diagnostics-20210729-1035.zip
  2. Hi, I had a working setup with both NVME and GPU passthrough. But since I recently upgrade my CPU, I needed to upgrade my BIOS as well causing a blue screen and triggering a repair mode in Windows. To isolate the issue, I temporarily deactivated GPU passthrough and I still have the same issue. The thing is that when I choose to reboot Windows in Safe mode, the NVME passthough is working. So it is encouraging. As I had reset my BIOS settings since the upgrade, it might be the issue. But I do not know what is the settings I missed. Maybe something with UEFI... I attached my diagnostic zip. Does someone has a lead on this ? ryzen-diagnostics-20210729-1035.zip
  3. Ok I found the solution I put the USB key to my computer and I restored the file: /boot/config/vfio-pci.cfg.bak to /boot/config/vfio-pci.cfg
  4. What was the solution ? I am facing the exact same issue 🙄
  5. Thank you, I did not know the 'm' config, so I use this config: export CONFIG_TLS=y export CONFIG_TLS_DEVICE=m But the file seems not to be generated nor the "*.ko" files. I attached the log, if someone can help me. build-tls.log
  6. @ich777, I just realize that you are the author of the module. I built the kernel in Custom mode and I added the two variables at the beginning of the script: export CONFIG_TLS=y export CONFIG_TLS_DEVICE=y it seems to work fine but I do not see the TLS module in a separate file in the output dir. Does it means that something went wrong or the modules are directly included into the main files ? My aim would be not to replace the whole kernel but only to install/add the ktls compiled module. Do you have any advice on this ?
  7. Thank you @ich777, I thought to avoid rebuilding the kernel as I just want a module but I think I will not be able to do otherwise. Are you sure that activate this feature could result a Kernel panic as it seems that ktls is activated out of the box on other distro ?
  8. Thank you @doron, I did not know this command
  9. Hi, I do not know how to activate the TSL kernel module (ktsl) on Unraid 6.9.1. I already found some post but seems to be outdated. I tried: $ modprobe tls modprobe: FATAL: Module tls not found in directory /lib/modules/5.10.21-Unraid So it seems that Unraid 6.9.1 is based on linux kernel 5.10.21. The TLS feature seems to be activated since linux kernel 4.13 and should be enable with those flags (CONFIG_TLS=y and CONFIG_TLS_DEVICE=y) I learnt that Unraid is base on https://packages.slackware.com but I do not know on which version ? Nor if it is 64 bits or not ? Does someone have any idea to achieve that ? Thanks
  10. Wow, thank you for sharing, it is an interesting behavior, if I can say that. So the '/mnt/cache' folder respects the permissions whereas '/mnt/user' don't... I could reproduce on my side Is there a chance to fix this ?
  11. Thank you for your answer. I understand that Unraid is not made for that but I do not get why it fails especially on /mnt/user/share. Is it linked to smb ? I do not want to create a linux VM as I want to keep my resources at the maximum. I just want a dev account to manage my docker and be able to share this account while keeping other shares private.
  12. Hi, I do not know if it is a bug or a feature but it seems that permissions are not taken into account in /mnt/user/share folders. I create a user named 'coder'. As expected in the home folder: # in /home/coder $ ls -pla foo ---------- 1 root root 4 Mar 23 03:13 foo $ cat foo cat: foo: Permission denied But in a shared folder with the same file: # in /mnt/user/system $ ls -pla foo ---------- 1 root root 4 Mar 23 03:12 foo $ cat foo bar It is a strange behavior. How can I apply correct permissions in shared folders ?
  13. So to have a clean sshd_config file, simply make a backup of the file: mv /boot/config/ssh/sshd_config /boot/config/ssh/sshd_config.bak Actually, /boot/config/ssh/sshd_config should no longer exist Then restart sshd: /etc/rc.d/rc.sshd restart Finally you should have the following files: /etc/ssh/sshd_config /etc/ssh/sshd_config.bak with /etc/ssh/sshd_config set to his default configuration Provided that it works the same way in the normal version as I am using the Beta
  14. Thanks @ken-ji your method works like a charm 👌 After I understood that /boot/config/ssh/root.pubkeys was a file and not a directory 🙄 That being said, I am using Unraid Version: 6.9.0-beta30 and as far there is this symlink: (I do not know if the symlink is present in the stable version) /root/.ssh/ -> /boot/config/ssh/root/ You can keep the /root/.ssh/authorized_keys as the default configuration for /etc/ssh/sshd_config file You have to put your public key files here: /boot/config/ssh/root/authorized_keys So you will have it there as a usual configuration: /root/.ssh/authorized_keys Therefore no need to copy the file from /etc/ssh/sshd_config to /boot/config/ssh/sshd_config for the modification Then restart ssh: /etc/rc.d/rc.sshd restart By the way, restarting is copying the files from /boot/config/ssh/ to /etc/ssh/ BUT not the directories inside the folder. Plus, it keeps the files that were already present in /etc/ssh/ even though there were deleted from /boot/config/ssh/. For that a reboot is required as the RAM is flushed.
  15. Ah ah, I did not see that coming 🤨 Thank you for your answer 🙏 Do you have any solution that could fit my purpose ? Like doing it after boot or something like that...