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  1. And no cards show up. I don't know of any other way to get the UUID for the card other than to go to the plugin so I can't brute force test it with the docker. And I've verified that the GTX 1070 shows up in the "Tools > System Devices" page. Let me know what else I can check or test for you. (I'm a application software engineer but not a lot of experience in system software development but I'm comfortable in a terminal so i don't mind digging) Thanks for that. I'll have a think about whay to do next..... Sent from my Mi A1 using Tapatalk
  2. TEST BUILDS FOR NVIDIA/DVB COMBINED People have asked if I'll produce a combined Nvidia/DVB build. Here's the thing, I have no intention of producing separate and combined builds, the workload is just too much for something I have no need of. It would need 8 builds on top of the Nvidia build to do so. I will however produce a combined build, depending on two conditions. 1. People don't mind an increased download size. 2. It works reliably. However I no longer have any DVB hardware so I can't test. So I've produced some combination builds for people to try out. I am only doing this for v6.7.1rc2, so if nobody tests each build then it's not going to happen. So if you want it, YOU need to test it. HOW TO USE 1. Install the Nvidia Plugin 2. Download the Nvidia build of v6.7.2 (Important - Do not use any other version and NOT the DVB version) 3. Once the build has downloaded and the window indicating the copying to flash has happened and before you reboot, download one of the attached zip files depending on which DVB build you use, unpack it and copy across the bzmodules and bzfirmware files to your flash disk. 3. Reboot I know that the Nvidia Plugin will not report the correct version number, that's an easy fix in the future if this works. Once you've rebooted I need to know two things for each build. 1. Does the Nvidia hardware encoding work with Plex/Emby/Jellyfin? 2. Does the DVB hardware work? Note: TBS-OS currently won't compile. Nothing I can do about that. https://github.com/linuxserver/Unraid-DVB/tree/master/DVB-Nvidia-Test
  3. Well, yeah, I know, but @deviltje did say he did a umount before copying the file, so that will be in RAM. At boot Unraid mounts bzfirmware as a read only squashfs file system.
  4. Just can't be possible. /lib/firmware is RAM. Reboot and whatever is there is gone.
  5. I'm trying to take another look at DVB/Nvidia integration no ETA at the moment.
  6. That doesn't make sense as any change you make to /lib/firmware will not be persistent across reboots as /lib/firmware is mounted at boot from bzfirmware.
  7. Fundamentally we're volunteers, so if you think something needs doing, feel free to step up and contribute rather than say something is a joke. Yes, I do hear comments like that all too often and I treat them all in the same way. When people pay my mortgage and feed my family for the stuff we do then they have the right to complain, because we then we have a customer/client relationship. But when people are using something, for free, made by us in our spare time, I reserve the right to use whatever language I see fit, as our relationship is most certainly not a customer/client one, essentially we have no obligation to do anything. One person saying something as non-specific as "PHP is a joke" does not a problem make, and is not something I'm going to waste any more time with. Sent from my Mi A1 using Tapatalk
  8. Well f off and fork your own. Been running my install since we released without a problem. I got no time for comments like this and am going to treat it with the contempt it deserves. All the code is open source feel free to make a pull request, however, I've yet to see a single person make a comment of this nature actually do so, and I'm not expecting you to be the first. Sent from my Mi A1 using Tapatalk
  9. Try again after removing the container and image and running rm -rf /mnt/cache/appdata/calibre
  10. Remove your existing appdata, put a username in for GUAC_USER and try using this GUAC_PASS d41d8cd98f00b204e9800998ecf8427e That's the md5 hash of an empty password
  11. Try setting guac user and guac password Sent from my Mi A1 using Tapatalk
  12. Could you give us more details on the form of the license? Is it a text string you enter somewhere? And if you can get OpenVPN to tell us where that information is stored a solution may be possible.
  13. It might work if you found the location that it is added to, could then conceivably add it to appdata and symlink it to it's desired location. Sent from my Mi A1 using Tapatalk
  14. Sounds like something you should be approaching the Mylar team with Sent from my Mi A1 using Tapatalk
  15. Post your docker run command Sent from my Mi A1 using Tapatalk
  16. Damn, that's one hell of a gift, I get socks and the odd bottle of Scotch. Sent from my Mi A1 using Tapatalk
  17. Copy the bzroot bzimage bzroot-gui bzmodules and bzfirmware files to your USB stick from which you boot Unraid, replacing the existing files. Sent from my Mi A1 using Tapatalk
  18. Can you tell me the exact Hauppage model please? Sent from my Mi A1 using Tapatalk
  19. It might be a real problem for you, it isn't for me, I've just got back from the hospital after seeing a very close relative for what may be the last time. That's a problem, with no solution. You could however downgrade to v6.6.7 Sent from my Mi A1 using Tapatalk
  20. @Mike Rando Might be helpful if you tell us what hardware you're trying to get working and what build you've tried There's no point in just keep trying the same thing and posting snippets of bash outputs, it has no context and I can't interpret that. The more information you can provide me, the more I can help, I'm busy with a lot of real life stuff at the moment, and that has priority, so when I see any post which doesn't have enough info, I'm filtering them out my brain due to time constraints.
  21. Telnet is essentially a legacy system. I suppose a basic analogy would be kind of an unencrypted SSH.
  22. Have you ensured this bit in the link I posted has been attended to appropriately?