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  1. Just change root:x:0:0::/mnt:/bin/bash to root:x:0:0::/root:/bin/bash or some other directory of your choice besides /mnt Then restart the server
  2. Not sure. Those should be in your /root directory. Somehow you have the root user home directory redirected to /mnt
  3. Does that work if you already using it for transcoding in another container?
  4. That's really outside the scope of this plugin. It requires a bunch of other packages also.
  5. I don't think a threshold of 0 works with Supermicro boards. When I had an ASRock board I could set it to 0 and actually turn the fans off. On my Supermicro I have the ipmi thresholds set to 200 or 300 and set the fan control minimum to keep the fans above that. Fans randomly spinning up to full speed is usually a symptom of incorrect threshold and minimum settings.
  6. You should unistall the plugin and remove or rename the plugin folder on the flash drive (/boot/config/plugins/ipmi). Then reinstall and setup for new motherboard.
  7. Fixed one typo but forgot the other. I'll fix when I get home. Until then you can run this to fix. sed -i 's/impitemps/ipmitemps/g' /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/ipmi/IPMIButton.page
  8. I think because most people are familiar with Celsius drive and cpu temp ranges even if F is local temp unit. So if you change the display temp unit under /Settings/DisplaySettings then the footer will show F. The Readings will still show C but I can fix that easily. Same for Fan Control Settings.
  9. root@Server:~# ls -la /var/log/packages/core*-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 0 Jul 12 10:01 /var/log/packages/coreutils-8.32-x86_64-1root@Server:~# Not sure what they include with it though
  10. I updated to a precompiled version of jdupes. Let me know if it has btrfs support. If not I can compile it. NerdPack points to my github. So you could make a pull request for any package. https://github.com/dmacias72/unRAID-NerdPack/tree/master/packages it's sorted by unraid version since some packages have to be recompiled for different unraid versions due to dependencies.
  11. Yes. It's the package name. Renamed it. Click check for updates and install again