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  1. Getting this error when trying to add homebridge-camera-ffmpeg. Why is the container stuck at 0.4.46? [6/21/2020, 10:13:49 PM] Error: Plugin /usr/local/lib/node_modules/homebridge-camera-ffmpeg requires a HomeBridge version of >=1.0.0 which does not satisfy the current HomeBridge version of 0.4.46. You may need to upgrade your installation of HomeBridge. EDIT: The container is deprecated?
  2. Changing from 4GB to 8GB cleared the code 43 error right up for me. Did not think it would be so simple. Thank you! For reference, I have the 8th gen i3-8100 with Intel 630. Though now unRAID reports 94% RAM usage. Guess I need to upgrade to 32GB.
  3. Thanks for creating the thread, OP. I just updated Plex and had the same error. Didn't realize I was running a deprecated container! Switched to LSIO without any issue.
  4. Trying to set up the homebridge GUI using this repo as well. Homebridge runs fine until Nest spits out the token. Can’t access the GUI and I’m stuck with the same std bad_alloc. Cant be related to the new Nest api changes because they haven’t hit yet. Homebridge nonGUI from adair21 repo still works fine.
  5. Had some issues moving from the old linuxserver unifi image to this new controller image--devices were stuck and wouldn't adopt. I fixed this by changing the docker image network from bridge to host; now each connect without a hitch.
  6. Yes I've tried changing it to, and when I ping anything from command line I get: PING google.com ( 56(84) bytes of data. From icmp_seq=1 Destination Host Unreachable EDIT: Deleted network.cfg from flash and rebooted. Works now.
  7. Just updated to this version from 6.4.1 and everything went smoothly except DNS is no longer resolving. Is there any known issues or a quick fix?
  8. Hmm, my NGINX docker app is having trouble connecting to the internet after the update. And all of my docker apps show an update is available. When I click update on any of them, it tries to but 0 bytes are changed and it stays showing update available. edit: I downgraded and all is good again.
  9. Wow, that was buried in a place I wouldn't have expected. That solved it! Thank you
  10. Any idea why the time is incorrect on my Unifi setup? I checked and unRAID is set to use 0.pool.ntp.org and shows the correct time. Within Unifi, the time zone is set to Central Time (UTC-6). Yet my graphs show that it's currently 8PM when it's actually 2PM. Makes me think the time zone setting is doing nothing at all! How do I fix this?
  11. Disable your port forwarding one-by-one to see if anything changes.
  12. Thanks for the tips. Upgraded from 6.3.5 to 6.4.1 flawlessly. Hoping the CPU usage bars get fixed to work with Safari.
  13. Oh wow, indeed it is! Got it working today with nginx. Thank you!
  14. Thanks! I'll look into the reference. edit: I manually downloaded HTTP_Request2. http://pear.php.net/package/HTTP_Request2/redirected Then, the error log said it required Net_URL2. http://pear.php.net/package/Net_URL2/redirected After that, the error log said it required PEAR-Exception. https://pear.php.net/package/PEAR_Exception I placed each of the downloaded folders (HTTP, Net, & PEAR) in the same folder as my webpage in the www directory and voila, it now works!
  15. Thanks for the reply! I have a wunderground api-based weather webpage that I need to run on a web server so that it can feed my e-ink displays. Similar to this: http://www.galacticstudios.org/kindle-weather-display/ except I don’t use Kindles, so I need a local webserver, and a requirement of the code is http2. I’m no developer so I’m not sure if there’s a workaround.