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  1. I was able to get virtio-fs working on Unraid 6.9.2. See this thread for details:
  2. I was able to get virtio-fs working on Unraid 6.9.2. See this thread for details:
  3. After building a custom QEMU 5.2 slackpkg and implementing the workaround described above, I was also able to use virtiofs to pass-through directories on my Unraid host to my VMs. However, determining the correct compilation options for QEMU was a time-consuming, iterative process. I reached out to @limetech and they confirmed that QEMU 6.0 will be included in Unraid 6.10 which is coming "soon". For future readers of this thread, if you are not in immediate need of this functionality, I would recommend waiting for Unraid 6.10. If you cannot wait I have a few notes that may help you get this wo
  4. I am also interested in this functionality. I would like to use it to configure the WebUI for my organizr docker container to use my server's hostname rather than its IP. This is important because all of the tabs in my organizr instance are referred to by hostname and if the FQDN of the organizr instance does not match the FQDN of the pages which are loaded within the iframes of each tab logins are redirected indefinitely making it impossible to login. Right now, I have hardcoded my server's hostname into the WebUI field but it would be more robust to refer to the hostname indirectly via a [HO
  5. I recently ran into this problem on a motherboard with no spare USB controllers or free PCIe slots so buying an expansion card or passing an existing controller through to the VM was not an option. In my case, I noticed that as long as the Bluetooth dongle was kept active all connected devices would remain attached and usable. I "solved" the issue in the Windows VM by running a Bluetooth scanning program which would constantly keep the Bluetooth connection active. I configured the scanner to run in the background as a Windows service which is kicked off on the login screen so that I am able to
  6. I recently ran into this problem on a motherboard with no spare USB controllers or free PCIe slots so buying an expansion card or passing an existing controller through to the VM was not an option. In my case, I noticed that as long as the Bluetooth dongle was kept active all connected devices would remain attached and usable. I "solved" the issue in the Windows VM by running a Bluetooth scanning program which would constantly keep the Bluetooth connection active. I configured the scanner to run in the background as a Windows service which is kicked off on the login screen so that I am able to