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  1. @SpaceInvaderOne Thanks for the nod for my Yeti contribution to you early on, and I feel lucky to have been able to be one of your earliest supporters and "egg you on" to do this - I IMMEDIATELY saw the value for what you were doing. No surprise to me that you've succeeded and excelled at it -- I continue to be impressed by the progressive quality of your videos, both production quality but the content organization and delivery - your ability to tame this down for the novice is unique in my opinion (agree with the others, there's alot of headroom to take this further in expanding the platform). Of course helping with the mic was very self serving since I've been so dependent on your videos to get over the hump of the limits of my Linux knowledge to get my UnRaid projects to goal lol. However your positive / friendly / helpful attitude and loyalty to the community (and I presume life in general) is what is most impressive, and I agree with your comments about this as such a common trait that the UnRaid crowd has managed to maintain that makes it so enjoyable. And by the way, you now have MAD skills with Camtasia !!! Thanks @SpencerJ for the interview, and of course Thanks @SI1 for all you do.
  2. +1 - ARM based UnRaid (docker hypervisor and NAS features, sans VM's of course) would be grand! Or a pre-curated set of features for an ARM version - NAS/Media center with some household PC backup features built in perhaps. I can see people paying for a one click solution there ! Have a new RPi4 4GB in my hands - will be your first beta tester!
  3. +1 There!! (PS you (we) can also promote SI1 by supporting his Patreon). This has enabled me to go much further with UnRaid than I could otherwise go. I do think that somehow integrating the resources available thru some of the more active Community Members more directly from the Limetech website (and perhaps a "New User" tab in the UnRaid GUI that points to these) would also help the popularity of UnRaid (Squid's App store and SpaceInvaderOne's videos being the most obvious of course). Perhaps then my question is to ask if you'd be willing to consider offering some resources in this direction for the new users? Offloading the high contributor Community Members from the more basic of noob questions I'm sure would be welcome relief, & a Self Help reference can enhance the first impression for new users, and perhaps elevate the general content of the forums over time. SI1 is gradually becoming your Wiki !
  4. I have the same issue with a Hackintosh VM - supposed to boot to the Clover bootloader. I followed the guide to the letter that's supposed to work. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk