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  1. What version of unraid and what other plugins you have installed?
  2. This is what I've been working with to replace speedtest-cli plus no python necessary https://github.com/dmacias72/unRAID-speedtest/raw/master/packages/SpeedTest-1.14-x86_64-1.txz This is the repo I compiled it from https://github.com/taganaka/SpeedTest The only reason I haven't finished incorporating it into the plugin was the full server list. I believe it wasn't sortable for closest or something like that. Otherwise, ran automatically, it worked fine.
  3. There is a speedtest plugin that uses speedtest-cli although I'm moving away from that since it's wildly inconsistent.
  4. I can't test right now but I update both to newer packages. Let me know if that fixes it.
  5. I should be able to add that.
  6. The newer versions of tmux don't seem to come with the terminal info. It's all included in ncurses which they strip down for unraid. I added them to the 2.8 version. I had to do the same for the screen package. So it should work for you now.
  7. I'm not sure but I think it's unraid that's missing the terminal info. I believe it was ncurses that is stripped down. I thought someone earlier in the thread fixed it but changing their terminal emulation. What unraid version and terminal are you using and what emulation?
  8. If it shows up then it's working. Just a bunch of annoying errors in the log.