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  1. wgstarks

    [Plugin] IPMI for unRAID 6.1+

    Thanks. That worked. It seems that connecting via IP is no longer working but enabling localhost brought back all the sensor readings. Not sure what happened to the IP connection? I think I was worried too much about the bios update and didn't realize that the BMC update was actually a downgrade. I have been running a Redfish version (beta I think) supplied by SM tech support a year or so ago (Redfish_X10_352) and the firmware listed on the website for my X10 is Redfish_X10_327. I should have spotted the problem, but didn't until after the install. Once the flash was complete I no longer had access to the IPMI webUI, which removed my ability to easily flash back to 352. After a little digging I found the AlUpdate package for Linux which works great from command line on unRAID. The IPMICFG package could probably flash the firmware as well.
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    [Plugin] IPMI for unRAID 6.1+

    A couple of days ago I decided to update BMC firmware after updating bios. Long story short, it didn't go well but was finally able to restore the BMC firmware version that I started with. Now I notice that only HDD temps are working in the IPMI plugin, and only connecting locally when previously I was using a network connection. IPMI settings are all grayed out and I can't figure out how to make changes to them? EDIT: SuperMicro X10SLL-F motherboard.
  3. Since my old defect report was marked as deprecated after the forum change I am reposting it here. The defect does still exist. The linked thread has details of exactly what permissions are being applied when using these settings and connecting to a share from OS X.
  4. Unfortunately it seems this setting is no longer working for me with unRAID 6.6.x. Currently the only solution I can find is disabling Enhanced OSX interoperability.
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    No access to delete on share

    If I’m understanding your post correctly, you’re saying that when you access the share from your Mac it changes permissions on the files. I’ve had problems with this in the past due to having Enhanced OSX Compatibility enabled. Just a wild guess on my part, but you might want to check and be sure this is disabled. Also, I would recommend you use Docker Safe New Permissions tool rather than New Permissions.
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    Haven't Recieved Keyfile URL

    Yeah. Some of those sudoku puzzles are real killers.😎
  7. Make sure Destuctive Mode is enabled in UD settings.
  8. I would suggest the OpenVPN-AS docker from LSIO. @SpaceInvaderOne has made a great how-to video for the setup and installation.
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    [Plug-In] Community Applications

    The unraid server. settings>network settings>dns server
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    [Plugin] CA User Scripts

    Sounds like maybe you’re using unRAID 6.6.4. There is a bug which prevents crontab from running. You’ll need to update to 6.6.5.
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    Unraid OS version 6.6.5 available

    Copy the old bz files to the Previous folder. That way they’re saved if you need them.
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    [Support] binhex - DelugeVPN

    Wondering if it’s possible to move this docker to another nic on my unRAID server? I often have problems with port congestion if I try to stream a video while torrents are seeding and have to pause the torrents to eliminate buffering on streaming videos. I feel like running Deluge on a seperate nic would possibly eliminate this problem. Tried to do this a while back but could never get it to work. A lot of changes to unRAID since then though so thought it might be worth a try again if anyone has any ideas on how to configure?
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    [Support] Linuxserver.io - Plex Media Server

    Don’t think you will but I found this on the downloads page- 1.13.9.5456-xxxxxxxxx
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    Need FTP Server Setup Help

    The built in ftp server doesn’t offer this level of security. AFAIK it’s basically full access to everything for authorized users. You might try one of the ftp dockers. Haven’t used them so really can’t make a recommendation. Another option might be to use SMB rather than FTP. You can create a share which contains folder 1, 2 & 3 and give user1 read/write access. Another share which contains folder 4, 5 & 6 and user2 has read/write access. SMB provides much finer access control.
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    Preclear plugin

    Erase is used to securely delete (overwrite) any info on the disk. Prior to disposable for example.