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  1. First, thanks for the update - much appreciated! Seccond, the above would be very cool. Appreciate all the work here - Thank you!
  2. All sorted. I had been using the "Guinea Pig" instructions and it mentioned using "test" repo. And it looks like Q21 was added recently (I did look there late last week). All sorted and beer being sent. Thanks for all the good work!
  3. I (believe) I have moved over to the NextGen servers successfuly. I am in the UK so using UK based servers from PIA. Now trying to move to wireguard support but not having any joy. I attach two log files - one with wireguard enabled and one using OpenVPN. There are a few errors in the wireguard one with this one being worrisome? 2020-10-12 11:03:56,914 DEBG 'start-script' stdout output: [warn] PIA VPN info API currently down, skipping endpoint port forward check The switch should be easy? Just swap to the "test" repository and add in the wireguard variable? Any ideas? Thanks! OpenVPN.txt Wireguard.txt
  4. Is there some "standard" steps to debug issues that I am having? My reverse proxies have been working for months using Nginx Proxy Manager and all of a sudden they have stopped working. I am on Cloudflare DNS and Cheapnames for my custom domain name. Nothing showing up in my logs so will pings, traceroutes or some other standard netwrok tools help me figure out where the issues are? EDIT: Everything is now working. No changes on my side. I suspect some kind of DNS issue at Cloudfare? Still would be curious as to good steps to try to narrow down where to debug.
  5. It is working very well with Folding @ Home. Will now confirm all is well with Plex and see if I can use it with unmanic. Great feedback in the log so I felt I knew what was going on at all times. I think it is a cool tool learn to see what goes into building the kernal. Thanks!!
  6. Went through the process to install. Smooth as butter. 🙂 Now to get it to work with Plex (plus F@H and unmanic) do I need to follow the instructions to rebuild Plex (plus F@H and unmanic) from the linuxuser.io? Plex Add --runtime=nvidia Copy the GPU UUID to the existing NVIDIA_VISIBLE_DEVICES parameter And for F@H and unmanic Add --runtime=nvidia Add NVIDIA_DRIVER_CAPABILITIES and set to all NVIDIA_VISIBLE_DEVICES and set to GPU UUID And use the linux.io plugin to get the GPU UUID? Or another command? How best to test to see if it is working? Thanks!
  7. Thank you for this work and your answer - it is why I love unRAID and the unRAID community! Edit: so the only work / maint needed is to download the container, run it, move the items each time unRAID gets a new version? Or if we want to update drivers?
  8. Not looking to start any controversy but what are the pros/cons of this method versus the linux.io plug in? I finally broke down and picked up a 1050ti to do Plex, unmanic and F@H and trying to decide what route to go. Thanks!
  9. @Zer0Nin3r - thank you for you suggestion on how to "split" TV shows to have a folder for non-conversion shows. Very helpful. Thanks!
  10. I am looking to get a Nvidea GPU for UnManic, Folding at Home (F@H) and Plex. I do not have a 4k TV or media but assume I will in the next year or so. I am a slow mover here. I do have multile family and friends that access my Plex but no one is screaming for 4k. If this should be posted someplace else, please advise. I have looked here: https://developer.nvidia.com/video-encode-decode-gpu-support-matrix But some of the terms are alien to me. You can expand the above to list all cards (including legacy ones). There is a table for both encode and decode. Thinking about the 1050ti or maybe GTX 950 but willing to go up a notch if needed but feel my use cases today are fairly mundane? My machine specs are in my signature. Which columns (NVENC Support Matrix) are relevent for UnManic, F@H and Plex? I think the H.265 encode is important for unManic? Sorry, probably obvious but want to make sure I get the relevent card for UnManic (and F@H if possble). H.264 (AVCHD) YUV 4:2:0 H.264 (AVCHD) YUV 4:4:4 H.264 (AVCHD) Lossless H.265 (HEVC) 4K YUV 4:2:0 H.265 (HEVC) 4K YUV 4:4:4 H.265 (HEVC) 4K Lossless H.265 (HEVC) 8k Do I also need to look at the NVDEC Support Matrix in addition to the above? I assume I do for Plex? What columns in that table are relevent for UnManix, Plex and F@H? Any advice on what coumns need to be "YES", in both tables for my use case would be appreciated. Thank you!
  11. I also would like to avoid conversions on certain TV shows - mainly the "daily" ones.
  12. Before I used Nginx Proxy Server and used LetsEnncrypt, I reaplced the "ssl.conf" file with "strong-ssl.conf" found here: https://github.com/gilbN/Nostromo/blob/master/Server/nginx/strong-ssl.conf Not sure how one would do that in NPS. But I would also like to get the nice green A+ report from "Security Headers".
  13. From @Djoss: Try to add the following line under the Advanced tab: location = /{return 301 $scheme://$http_host/ubooquity/;} Many thanks! Works perfectly. I am loving me some Nignix Proxy Server. I find it so much easier to work with. And prettier! 🙂