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  1. I have been using zwave2mqtt for a couple months now. So far there have been 3 updates for the container. Each time I've applied the update it erases all of my zwave settings. This seems to be abnormal as none of the other 5 containers I'm running do that. Any tips as to why that might be the case? Or you know, I could actually edit the container and set the app data path... In my defense, they typically set themselves
  2. I was worried about this, I didn't upgrade yet. Couple questions: Does it work again if you roll back to 6.9.1 and put the 3 lines back? I see that you are using the lines in your go file. What happens if you remove them from the go file, install the "User Scripts" plugin, Add a new script with those three lines (#!/bin/bash as the first line), and run that script at 'At Startup of Array'? Edit: I went ahead and updated to 6.9.2, everything is working fine for me with the setup I mentioned in my previous post. See #2 from my "Couple Questions" above. I did not attempt to add the lines to the go file to see if that made my boot fail as well. It's working with the "User Scripts" plugin, I was content to let it be. If anything I said in my previous post or this one was unclear, let me know and I'll clarify.
  3. I'd like to add a new store. I found the instructions to do so here: https://jef.codes/streetmerchant/help/general/#adding-a-store but I do not see the src/store/model folder in the appdata directory for streetmerchant. Am I looking in the wrong place? Should I create these directories myself or map it to the appdata directory somehow? mnt/user/appdata/streetmerchant Only contains an empty logs folder.
  4. Sounds like you've tried it all, I don't see any glaringly obvious issues with the current setup you have. I never could get OVMF to work with Windows 10, I'm stuck on SeaBios. From what you said, you've already given that a try though, not sure what else to suggest.
  5. Well, it's good that it's showing up. Can you post a screen shot of your VM settings? This checklist might help as well: https://mediaserver8.blogspot.com/2020/07/problems-passing-through-gpu-to-unraid.html You don't seem to be having the same issues as the guys who started this thread. The three of us couldn't get our VM to boot at all, the video driver was causing the VM to terminate prematurely. Have a look at that link above, it might help.
  6. Econaut, are you able to remote into the station when it's giving you the black screen?
  7. Jeez, I'm sorry friends. Not sure where to go from here. @DoeBoye It sounds like our problems are a little different. I was never able to load the VM unless the Nvidia Driver wasn't installed, otherwise it would freeze on the loading screen, then boot loop.
  8. @giafidis & @DoeBoye If you aren't using the vBios from your GFX card I recommend using Space Invader Ones script to pull it. The script is here: https://github.com/SpaceinvaderOne/Dump_GPU_vBIOS Use the User Scripts plugin, add the script and modify the first section, run it once and then assign the vBios in your VM.
  9. I would agree, try a new VM. Make sure Hyper-V is set back to Yes as well. Here is what my VM looks like in 6.9.0, perhaps you'll see something that will help:
  10. Don't mean to Necro, but this solved it for me. Thanks a lot. If you are looking at your VM Logs by clicking on your VM and clicking Logs, and you're seeing: 2021-03-06T06:32:32.186442Z qemu-system-x86_64: vfio_region_write(0000:09:00.0:region1+0x1be6ba, 0x0,1) failed: Device or resource busy Try the fix above. It worked for me. The Hardware I'm running: ASUS Prime X570-Pro Ryzen 7 3700x ASUS Strix GTX 1060 Gaming Best of luck.
  11. You two are not the only ones. I upgraded to 6.9 and the VM was working fine. I upgraded my hardware from Intel to AMD a few days later, I'm in the same boat you two are now. Rolling back to try 6.8.3 now... Intel 6700k ASUS Maximus Hero VIII upgraded to: Ryzen 7 3700x ASUS Prime X570-Pro GPU is an ASUS GTX 1060. ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Edit: I resolved my issue. Having dug deeper I found the following in my VM Log: 2021-03-06T06:32:32.186442Z qemu-system-x86_64: vfio_region_write(0000:09:00.0:region1+0x1be6ba, 0x0,1) failed: Device or resource busy Some searching yielded another thread: Adding a user script to User Script Plugin that runs when the array starts seems to have solved my issue, I was able to successfully boot into Windows 10 VM with the GTX 1060 passed through. I have installed the drivers successfully. The script: #!/bin/bash echo 0 > /sys/class/vtconsole/vtcon0/bind echo 0 > /sys/class/vtconsole/vtcon1/bind echo efi-framebuffer.0 > /sys/bus/platform/drivers/efi-framebuffer/unbind Edit 2: For clarification, my VM would not load on 6.8.3 or 6.9.0 with GTX 1060 as my primary and only gpu in the system. This script fixed the problem for me in both 6.8.3 and 6.9.0.