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  1. You might need to check with the Emby Devs on whats up with your media and why it cannot be decoded with HW acceleration. I had some transcoding issues before and it turns out it was a specific setting with regards to subtitles that was causing the format to fail and run in SW decoding instead. FYI: you don't remove the whole line. you just remove the i915.alpha_support=1 part
  2. Uneventful update from 6.8.0. Keep up the good work!
  3. I don't understand. What was the problem? I was happily using G4620 (same generation) just much faster AFAIK. until all I started needing more horsepower to do software encoding because of some performance issues in Emby with my specific media files. AFAIK you never responded in your old thread Also, you need to show us why you think HW accelerated transcoding is not working, otherwise we have no idea what's happening.
  4. I'm not even sure what the benefit of this sorting operation is... Is there a specific effect that doing this will do? I don't use deluge or a seedbox, but transmission on my Unraid server, and I wrote a script to create hardlinks in another directory, which Emby and Kodi look at. So I can move any downloaded files out to the proper directory, and just run another script daily to remove any file without any links remaining (when the downloaded files have been moved). I can't / don't use automation, as I'm matching against an unsupported database and need to do some filename cleanup / season reassign/renumber.
  5. Easy. You can write 1 script for the whole thing as long as its possible to differentiate 4k shows from TV shows - like having separate directories for each. If you don't - you'll some criiteria to tell them apart and we can create the script lines. #!/bin/bash lftp << EOF set ssl:verify-certificate no set sftp:auto-confirm yes open sftp://username:password@seed.box.com mirror --use-pget-n=8 /home/username/downloads/deluge/4k /mnt/disk5/Downloads/incoming/4k mirror --use-pget-n=8 /home/username/downloads/deluge/TV /mnt/disk5/Downloads/incoming/TV quit EOF chmod -Rv 770 /mnt/disk5/Downloads/incoming/4k chown -Rv nobody:users /mnt/disk5/Downloads/incoming/4k chmod -Rv 770 /mnt/disk5/Downloads/incoming/TV chown -Rv nobody:users /mnt/disk5/Downloads/incoming/TV mv /mnt/disk5/Downloads/incoming/4k/* /mnt/disk5/Downloads/completed/4k mv /mnt/disk5/Downloads/incoming/TV/* /mnt/disk5/Downloads/completed/TV I've created an incoming directory in my script above since you might not want to run chmod and chown on all the files in the 4k and TV folders, which take forvever ion my system because the folders have a whole ton of assorted files and I only sort and remove every so often.
  6. Unraid doesn't have any of the dns tools installed. and since it wasn't working for a short while, I suspect it was just a DNS lookup issue. Another way to double check is to just ping hostname -c1 and see if ping can resolve the hostname correctly.
  7. You run the chmod and chown after you exited lftp. Not inside lftp. Running inside lftp changes the permissions of the files on the seedbox.
  8. Well permission issues are expected, since lftp will be running as the root user, and therefore be creating the files as root. You can't add to the command line, but you might be able to either run lftp as the either your user (or the default nobody) via su -s /bin/sh - nobody -c "lftp ..." but this will definitely prompt you for the seedbox hostkey again as your are now running as a different user. Another option is to run this command chown -Rv nobody:users /path/to/downloaded/files.and.directories chmod -Rv 770 /path/to/downloaded/files.and.directories A lot of users here prefer 777 on the chmod command, but I'd rather use 770
  9. you should be able to skip "-d" as this is the debug option hence all the other stuff on your terminal. and you can use lftp like: lftp sftp://user:password@server:/path -c "mirror folder" lftp sftp://user:password@server:/path -c "get file" And for security's sake, use keyfiles to login to your seedbox. You can refer to this thread for passwordless logins to other servers - its a bit long but cover all the cases people have encountered so far to allow unattended ssh logins from unraid to any other server.
  10. When you ssh to your seedbox, do you keep getting prompted to save the fingerprint like above? Because if lftp tries to connect to via sftp and a prompt about the fingerprint tries to show, the lftp session will get stuck. you can try lftp -d sftp://.... command and see how the underlying ssh connection is having issues.
  11. are you able to ssh to that server from unraid?
  12. @dweb emhttp is not meant to be restarted AFAIK. You might want to just move the the emhttp startup at the very end, while doing a loop - waiting for the keyfile before starting emhttp. This is untested and might have a nasty side effect of disabling the unRAID GUI until you've provided the keyfile. while [ ! -f /root/keyfile ]; do sleep 60 done Maybe the others know the CLI command for stopping and starting the array - so you can restart it instead.
  13. You could actually move the NVME itself and expect to boot the OS on any machine (limited by your Linux installations boot kernel) The dd dump of your partition can be written to another disk/media, but remember you only took the partition, so its up to you the user to ensure that your new media has correct boot loader and possibly the /boot partition. Just boot a live linux distro, and use the dd command to write it back to the target media partition. You could also loopback mount the dd dump in another linux system to read off the files, nothing special about it.
  14. The thing I like the most is the easy to understand slackware base. I'd really like to see officially supported user tools for building modules: dvb, nvidia, etc.
  15. The private key should be named id_rsa, otherwise, the ssh command should have -i unraidkey option too.