CHBMB

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  1. Nothing, that's why when things are fixed you delete that tag. Sent from my Mi A1 using Tapatalk
  2. I'll try and take a look at this tomorrow. Main issue at the moment is I need to sort out the Wireguard OOT drivers. Any new OOT driver is a PITA
  3. And I refer people to my last lengthy post on here to help put this in perspective how much work this takes. And on a daily basis me and the other linuxserver guys are dealing with the other stuff we do, ie docker, and trying to answer support stuff. Just saying.....
  4. You've obviously got some ideas, why not do it? Problem is I see time and time again, is people keep telling us what we should be doing and how quick we should be doing it, now, don't be offended because this is a general observation, rather than personal. It's ten to one in the morning, I've just got back from work, I have a toddler that is going to get up in about five hours, my wife is heavily pregnant, Unraid Nvidia and beta testing just isn't up there in my list of priorities at this point. I've already looked at it and I need to look at compiling the newly added WireGuard out of tree driver. I will get around to it, but when I can. And if that means some Unraid users have to stick on v6.8.0 for a week or two then so be it, or, alternatively, forfeit GPU transcoding for a week or two, then so be it. I've tried every way I could when I was developing this to avoid completely repacking Unraid, I really did, nobody wanted to do that less than me. But, if we didn't do it this way, then we just saw loads of seg faults. I get a bit annoyed by criticism of turnaround time, because, as this forum approaches 100,000 users, how many actually give anything back? And of all the people who tell us how we should be quicker, how many step up and do it themselves? TL:DR It'll be ready when it's ready, not a moment sooner, and if my wife goes into labour, well, probably going to get delayed. My life priority order: 1. Wife/kids 2. Family 3. Work (Pays the mortgage and puts food on the table) @Marshalleq The one big criticism I have is comparing this to ZFS plugin, no disrespect, that's like comparing apples to oranges. Until you understand, and my last lengthy post on this thread might give you some insight. Please refrain from complaining. ZFS installs a package at boot, we replace every single file that makes up Unraid other than bzroot-gui. I've said it before, I'll say it again. WE ARE VOLUNTEERS Want enterprise level turnaround times, pay my wages.
  5. What's that got to do with Calibre-web? You've mentioned several different containers, none of which are related to this support thread..... Sent from my Mi A1 using Tapatalk
  6. Have you looked in the logs folder in the appdata directory. No, although the docker.img file being full can give some pretty weird errors. Might be worth a look. No, that's very unlikely, containers are isolated.
  7. No, I've never known that to be necessary and due to the init system used in the container, it's probably futile.
  8. The settings page just reads a record of what cards were present at boot, it isn't dynamically loaded at each page load. Your card is dropping out on occasion. The cause could be anything. Try a different slot, BIOS up to date. Different Unraid version and/or associated Nvidia version, but ultimately there's not much I can do to help unless you conclusively identify a driver issue and even then you're probably going to have to wait until a new upstream driver is released. Sent from my Mi A1 using Tapatalk
  9. Try a force update as it's definitely working here. If that doesn't do it, then provide your docker run command and container logs.
  10. The thing I like the most about Unraid is the community, I've been here longer than any other forum I've ever frequented, "met" some people who I consider good friends, some of whom I've now met in real life, and continue to speak to in one form or another on pretty much a daily basis and have shared our tales or marriages, births, highs and lows, some of whom I'd love to meet in the future, and undoubtedly will. From a diehard Windows guy back in 2011 when I first came to Unraid, it's been the gentle introduction to Linux I needed after playing around with Ubuntu a few years previously and sucked me into the virtues of a Linux based server operating system and ultimately converted my house to a fully Linux based household, (OK my wife still has a Windows laptop, but that's used for nothing more than Chrome (another sore point) and MS Office (yet another sore point). With the support of some prominent community members help over the years I've developed skills and knowledge I never thought I had in me, and continue to do so on a daily basis. I came to Unraid in the v4.7 days because it was "easy" to maintain, now in our third major version which continues to develop and become more and more impressive I stay because in my opinion, there just isn't a better home server solution out there. Sure you can roll your own, and I don't shy away from a terminal, but even the solutions that are sometimes named, just don't compare with Unraid. Notice above I use the words "our third major version" this was without thinking, but on reflection, shows how I view Unraid, yes it's a (remarkably good value) paid product produced by LimeTech, but there are so many other contributors over the years that give it a community and sense of joint ownership that nurtures it, extols it's virtues and enables it to continue to flourish! The one thing I'd like to see in 2020 is a tricky one, for me Unraid does everything I need it to do right now. I could see myself using multiple arrays if that feature was added.
  11. That was exactly the response I predicted from you! I've been hanging around here for too many years 🤣
  12. That would be a yes from me, as I maintain both. As I've mentioned before I don't have the free time to develop this at the moment, due to work commitments and an impending new baby. FWIW, I've bought an external ethernet DVB device, so no longer use the DVB plugin, although I still maintain it. You're getting sound advice from @BRiT To put it in perspective, the $60 you paid for your hardware is nowhere near going to cover the cost in time if I were to charge for developing a dual DVB/Nvidia build. (not that I do charge, but just to give you an idea of what you're asking for) It would have been prudent to ask some questions before paying out for hardware. Remember that neither Nvidia or DVB are developed by LimeTech, they are maintained by the community (well me for DVB & me & @bass_rock, in the case of the Nvidia plugin)
  13. I think the police have the wrong guy in custody....... dexn has an alibi, you mean McCloud
  14. Not tried it myself, but if I were to, that'd be how I'd do it. Sent from my Mi A1 using Tapatalk
  15. My two cents. Docker compose is a simple cli way to manage containers. I personally don't see the value in including it in Unraid if people actually want a GUI to manage it, for Unraid that would be like reinventing the wheel and also require every XML template to be rewritten, as well as Dockerman, neither are an attractive proposition. If however people want to manage containers using compose then there is easy access to the terminal from the GUI. I haven't checked if Slackware current has a more recent docker compose version but wouldn't be surprised if it does, in which case someone could submit a PR to NerdPack. Sent from my Mi A1 using Tapatalk
  16. That command shouldn't work as you need to use php7 instead of php These commands are linked to from the first post. Sent from my Mi A1 using Tapatalk
  17. Yes Yes, albeit, running a preview build, stuff goes wrong, you're on your own.
  18. @hernandito This is being discussed here https://github.com/linuxserver/docker-nzbget/issues/91
  19. Python is a bit of a mess at the moment, some projects have been updated to python 3, some are still in the midst of migration, the approach we're currently taking is to include python2 and python3 if the underlying project and it's common plugins/scripts. https://github.com/linuxserver/docker-nzbget/commit/c87dc842020ee2b0f018c6f16cf15b1ff9d41c53 Looks like nzbtomedia has done some backtracking from it's python2 to python3 migration. New release 5 mins ago adds back python2 compatibility https://github.com/clinton-hall/nzbToMedia/releases So, bottom line, container already has python 3 now, and the scripts causing the issue have been reverted to continue to support python 2. So, if you wish to migrate to python 3 I wonder if the shell override is the way forward to avoid getting down and dirty with the terminal.
  20. Yeah, even if the underlying Booksonic code isn't updated. the container still receives updates. If/when he releases another project to replace Booksonic in it's current guise then we'll obviously reassess things, but from your point of view at the moment, nothing has changed. It's not really as though booksonic has seen much dev over the last few years anyway.
  21. That was fixed a while ago https://github.com/linuxserver/docker-booksonic/pull/16
  22. Memory leak in Plex is not something I can do much about with this plugin.... Sent from my Mi A1 using Tapatalk
  23. If you scroll up to the last few of my posts this sort of thing has been discussed. Sent from my Mi A1 using Tapatalk
  24. You can't passthrough a card you are using for transcoding in Plex, it's one or the other. Sent from my Mi A1 using Tapatalk
  25. Uninstall the plugin to remove the nvidia-smi line, that's part of the plugin install at boot to parse the cards. The plugin is merely a conduit to download a different version of Unraid with the drivers built in. It doesn't compile anything at boot time. Sent from my Mi A1 using Tapatalk