dmacias

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  1. The reason I assume none are installed is because the image you posted shows all of them as downloaded = no. That mean that DevPack didn't download and install them. So the packages are installed inherently in unraid but DevPack didn't install the same package headers only.
  2. Thanks for the heads up. I do use ssh but authorized keys only. I also see the 1000 user and group on etc and rc.d but everything else in etc is root. I compile my packages on my laptop in Linux. I usually use root to compile them but obviously didn't on the last update. I'll push an update when I get home.
  3. Yes, Unraid has Apcupsd built in under Settings/UPS Settings
  4. I was getting macvlan call traces this past year on Unraid 6.8 and 6.9. I have unifi hardware also and have always had vlans and static ip's for dockers. Here's some things I have done since I started getting the call traces. Not all of these were done to try and fix the problem. Just upgraded some hardware. I swapped my SM MB for my current x11ssi-ln4f (old one had bent pins anyway that made one of ram ports not work). I also upgraded my network USG4 router and USW 24 PoE switch to UDM Pro router and 24 PoE Pro switch. Upgraded to Mellanox 10GB network card and disabled the 4 Intel nic ports
  5. Actually none of those are installed. It's misleading because those are part of unraid but they remove the headers. I created packages with just the headers for inherent unraid packages to be installed over the existing package. They should show downloaded and the switch should be turned on.
  6. Did you install all the DevPack packages? I think it's in glibc. I usually just install everything
  7. The binaries are all within Slackware packages hosted on my github. Some are compiled by me and some are from other repositories. When installed, the Slackware package are downloaded to the flash drive then installed. When rebooting the server they are installed from the flash drive.
  8. The "underscore" in the version was messing up json-c. I renamed it
  9. I updated bind, json-c and added krb5. If I remember I'll add the auto select of dependencies for bind next time I update the plugin
  10. Note that this upgrades json-c. /usr/lib64/libjson-c.so.4 is replaced with /usr/lib64/libjson-c.so.5. I don't know what else relies on the older version of json-c. Updated bind and json-c and added krb5
  11. Sounds like a different version is installed already by another plugin or manually
  12. Sure it's easier. I don't have to maintain a package when python has a perfectly good package manager.
  13. This is a python app. You can install this with pip3 install undervolt. Need pip, setuptools and python
  14. I'd appreciate any help. What does this command print out? dmidecode -qt2|awk -F: '/^\tProduct Name:/ {print $2}' If it's the board model, id like to add it to an array for future use with similar models. Then I just have to add a model name to the array to compare and implement the necessary raw commands. Unless there's an better way to differentiate this model from other ASRock models. I'm not sure what your hack was. If you just hard-coded a json array with everything. But I'd prefer using the ipmi2json script to build this json array. Reason being that bmc firmware updates sometimes chang
  15. I usually alway update the bios and bmc if there's an update. I guess if depends on the release notes of it's worth it.
  16. Maybe try ipmitool. Could be a freeipmi problem. Also is the bmc firmware up to date.
  17. Sorry, there's no individual control with the Supermicro boards.
  18. I added the raw commands to the OP. Maybe the ASRock dual cpu commands work. I see it lists the commands in the link. Do you have PWM fans?