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  1. Am I understanding correctly that the latest version breaks the creation of hardlinks for all users and it's not being rolled back?
  2. I agree. I much preferred having it always visible.
  3. You can get nethogs here:
  4. @KluthR I see some people here are being... less than courteous... about the fact that you've taken over development of this plugin, with the aim of improving it, and I just want to say that it's much appreciated and: thank you!
  5. Yeah, there was a commit 16 days ago and it contains e.g. the same version of fish shell they had for Unraid 6.8. That's version 3.10, which was released 1 052 days ago. Although, NerdTools doesn't have fish shell at all, so ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
  6. The cron Wikipedia article explains the syntax pretty well. You can use a generator, e.g., to get the expression you need. "Every day at 0:00" would be: 0 0 * * *
  7. You forgot the link, but if you're referring to this then that's something else. Pause/resume is not the same thing as stop/start. I back that container data up every night and it has never "broke".
  8. I don't know about iperf (where did you see that?) but Perl is included in 6.11, so yeah, you don't have to do anything to keep your Perl dependant functioning.
  9. I have Python installed to run Flask-Shell2HTTP since you can't execute Docker commands from within containers. I don't really see a way around that.
  10. This is another good source:
  11. I understand your position. It would, however, in my opinion, be a very nice thing to have. NerdPack/DevPack wouldn't exist if there wasn't a desire for something like that. I don't need my server to be a workstation, but I do want it to have a nice SSH experience, e.g. with fish shell, tmux, lf, exa, bat, mcfly etc.
  12. Yeah, I get that, but having a package manager and a repo containing the essentials (and the potential for community repos) would be worth so much.