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  1. I imagine this wouldn't be terribly difficult, but may be low on the priority list. I would just like a way to record my config in the system where I can include most of the major parts. Right now it runs on and out of the viewing area, so if it could wrap around (maybe using comma seperation or something) that would be great, thanks!
  2. The second NIC was not available for editing and I've always hated the "start from scratch" default answer. I've seen no negative reprocussions from my manual edits after rebooting.
  3. I just edited the config file to remove eth1 and it's config. That should solve it after the reboot.
  4. OK, so at one point I had a tyan motherboard with two NIC's on it. I've moved to a different hardware set (AMD) and no longer have this. I can find instructions for removing this ghost NIC in Cent, but they don't seem to apply to unRAID. Please advise. Thank you
  5. First, I only have one NIC, second, I’m not sure how I would have done what you’re saying or how I would undo it...
  6. On my system, no DNS servers could be contacted. I tried: OpenDNS, Google DNS, Comodo, Cloudflare. None of it worked. I attached diagnostics and images of the issue.
  7. this was actually pretty easy to figure out once I found the adduser/moduser commands. I ran the following commands AFTER creating a user through the GUI: #Create the home directory first (this needs to be somewhere other than "/home" for persistance, I will use Disk 1 (this is only available if the array is started #Technically this is not required, but you don't really want to be dropped right into "/" upon logon, though this is what will happen if the array is not started. mkdir /mnt/disk1/%USERNAME% #Here we bind the user account to the home directory by specifying the location created in the last command and then the account name, this binding will persist across reboots, but the directory may not always be available. usermod -d /mnt/disk1/%USERNAME% %USERNAME% #Lastly we need to set a shell usermod -s /bin/bash %USERNAME% *To make the shell persistent you need to go to /boot/config and edit the user account under the passwd file to reflect the correct shell
  8. I'd like to expose an FTP over TLS site to the internet with the deny SSH and SSH plugins configured. Additionally, VPN isn't always an option and I'd like to set it up to expose a VNC server to the internet, thats a bit bigger of a dream, but still there.
  9. this is concerning vulnerability to leave that door cracked.... Outside that could this impact FTP/SFTP users as well?
  10. I am attempting to set my system up to be more secure and I would like to enforce non-root ssh. As such as I have three users created and when I try to SSH with any of them, the session connects and immediately closes. After some reading it APPEARS this is because those users don't have more directories, but I can figure out how to assign a home directory in unraid. Maybe I'm going about this the wrong way, but google has not been terribly helpful. Thanks!
  11. Hello, I am attempting to use ProFTPd with FileZilla over ssh and I am getting the below errors on the FileZilla side, with nothing on the Unraid side insofar as I can find. Connection timed out after 20 seconds of inactivity Failed to retrieve directory listing
  12. Given that it's widely recommended to NOT use the builtin FTP server, Lime-Tech should do the same with the FTP function that they did with bergware's UI, bake it in.
  13. I see nothing that was suggested at this point.
  14. I've also discovered the CA plugin is no longer working properly due to DNS. Neither was speedtest.net. I've rolled back to 6.6.7 at this point.