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  1. Ok. I implemented it fully. Here's how: I created a version of the primary nginx server statement that uses my oauth2 authentication and runs on an alternate port. It sets auth_request /validate; which has the code and redirects to auth (and replaces the http global auth_request set in the emthtp-servers.conf for requests to the alternative port. I then in my go file I added cp /boot/config/oauth-emhttp.conf /etc/nginx/conf.d/oauth-emhttp.conf nginx -s reload. My reverse proxy points to the alternate port specified in my alternative nginx conf so I
  2. It is a change in the /etc/nginx/conf.g/emhttp-servers.conf They did write a login form (auth_request.php) but they use nginx to implement it by adding: deny all; auth_request /auth_request.php; Then in certain locations like /login they have an allow all; so that you don't have to be authed through the auth_request directive to access it. I don't have a copy of the nginx config from 6.7 at the moment. If someone could show me the authentication section that would be great or I can revert back to find it. Also do the nginx conf files revert on reboo
  3. You can comment out the auth_request directive in /etc/nginx/*.conf, but that doesn't reenable basic auth. I can look at the version from 6.7 to see how basic auth was implemented. This change has broken the way I use unraid, so definitely a bug, or at the very least a feature only half implemented.
  4. I am trying 6.8rc7 at the moment and I need to disable the new login form. Is this possible? I need my basic HTTP Auth back. I am using a reverse proxy with http-authorization header to sign into unraid. The reverse proxy uses an oauth2 flow to authorize me then passes the http-authorization headers with the base64 encoded user:password to unraid so I don't have to also type in those details.
  5. I am using a reverse proxy with http-authorization header to sign into unraid. Will there be a way to emulate this once the new login is live? I just updated and I don't see anywhere to turn it off and go back to basic http auth anymore. Will I have to make another feature request to be able to turn this off? I handle all of my auth in the reverse proxy at the moment.
  6. I read back further in the threat, and there is something wrong with mongodb and unraid user shares through docker. If I reference a disk/cache directly it works just fine.
  7. I am having trouble with it. Just installed it today and I get some repeating errors. So far I have removed the container and image, delete the entire appdata/unifi folder and re-installed it clean. Any idea what is going on here? server.log [2017-02-19 12:00:35,086] <db-server> INFO db - DbServer stopped [2017-02-19 12:00:35,086] <db-server> WARN db - DbServer not shutdown cleanly and need repairing on next startup [2017-02-19 12:00:39,216] <db-server> ERROR system - [exec] error, rc=14 [2017-02-19 12:00:39,216] <db-server> INFO db - DbS
  8. This issue is resolved in the community.home-assistant.io forums. https://community.home-assistant.io/t/docker-zwave-secure-add-device/5622 Check this out!
  9. Here is my setup: Windows Home Server 2011 installed on 1TB HDD 6x 1.5TB HDD in windows software RAID 5 - almost completely full 3x 4TB Drives- newly acquired and no data on them This is what I was working on: My goal is to migrate this system to unraid. The problem is that unraid can't read the Windows Software RAID5, and Windows can't write to reiserfs drives. This was my setup to migrate this: Unraid in a virtual machine (virtualbox) w/ direct access to the 3 new drives. It formats the drives, I transfer the data through unraid onto the 3 reiserFS drives Then I would boot