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  1. Seems Homebridge may need a Node upgrade to work. I just updated and got the below message in logs. I’m not really sure how to revert my home bridge at this point and the container won’t start now. [5/14/2019, 11:13:07 PM] Plugin /usr/local/lib/node_modules/homebridge-config-ui-x requires Node version of >=8.15.1 which does not satisfy the current Node version of v8.10.0. You may need to upgrade your installation of Node.
  2. have you tried connecting inside of the docker and pulling an update? I haven't been had a need to try yet but it may work.
  3. See steps earlier in the thread on how to get root on the container to install the plugin.
  4. find my post above and get to the shell inside of the docker and update away. while you are there make sure you have the current homebridge plugins for your needs too. The original container has been running rock solid for me with smartthings.
  5. Just a note after removing the server.key and server.cert I had to restart sonarr and couch potatoe. I would assume you need to restart any other system that is using Sab as well.
  6. You realize this is the support for for the docker container...
  7. Pin is standard you should use the same. I think the user name is generated by the SmartThings app as well as the token. Sorry it's been awhile since I did the setup now. But I believe most of the code came from the smart thing custom app side.
  8. There is one. Read further up. Read further up then read my post about entering the docker shell and you can pull the latest home bridge and install the plugins you need.
  9. Just adding my 2 cents for what it took to get smart things working with homebridge. This is the general guide I used but what I have below will help with our docker. https://github.com/pdlove/homebridge-smartthings. After the docker is installed I SSH into the unraid box. Then I got console access on the container. docker exec -it containername bash (docker exec -it homebridge bash) from there I updated homebridge npm install -g homebridge Install this plugin using: npm install -g homebridge-smartthings after that drop your config.json file in the root of the homebridge directory. I used http://jsonlint.com to help validate that my json was actually written correctly. Hopefully this helps someone out. { "bridge": { "name": "Homebridge", "username": "this looks like a Mac address", "port": 51826, "pin": "031-45-154" }, "platforms": [{ "platform": "SmartThings", "name": "SmartThings", "app_url": "https://graph.api.smartthings.com:443/api/smartapps/installations/", "app_id": "your app ID", "access_token": "Your Access token" }] }
  10. So are those stored in the root of the homebridge folder or in the persist directory?
  11. Where are the config files? thanks
  12. That leaves me with the same processor options and less on board sata ports. I'm wondering if the E3 is too light on horsepower to hold me over.
  13. I think SUPERMICRO MBD-X10SL7-F-O Might be a bit old so I'm not 100% set on that board.
  14. So I'm looking to upgrade my current aging Mobo/CPU/RAM to something more powerful. I have a nice 15bay Supermicro server case that I want to keep using. I plan on using my current systems guts to build a router/security appliance. I do have a separate ESX hose that has 2x E5649 CPU's and I would be willing to pillage one if it makes sense in my new build. What I want to run on my system: Plex (multiple transcode sessions), crashpaln, and the usual media applications. Current System: System: Supermicro - C2SEA CPU: Intel® Celeron® CPU E3300 @ 2.50GHz Cache: 64 kB, 1024 kB 4GB RAM Supermicro 15 drive case Currently running plex in on my ESX host and not on Unraid. I would like to move it to a docker on unraid so I can power off my sex host when not in use for testing. This is the combo I am looking at: SUPERMICRO MBD-X10SL7-F-O board Xeon E3 CPU Will the E3 be up to the task and leave me some overhead for future needs? Otherwise would it make sense to look at another board that supports my E5649? Or would it make more sense to look at another board cheapest all together and what would I need to hook it up to my Supermicro PSU/Case? Thanks
  15. Logs... it seems to truncate the logs on me. syslog-20150515-112021.txt.zip