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  1. s.Oliver

    Unraid OS version 6.6.6 available

    maybe you change it in the XML? the screenshot speaks of PCI vs. PCIe (PCI Express). mine looks like this (no matter which index nr.): <controller type='pci' index='1' model='pcie-root-port'>
  2. s.Oliver

    Unraid OS version 6.6.6 available

    never seen, that unRAID detects are drive wrong.
  3. s.Oliver

    Unraid OS version 6.6.6 available

    strange, switched once more and now i do see these thin lines as bars as well. but then, i'm too hooked on the black theme (navi bars, condensed look), so went back. i wish i could get that line-look in the black theme 🙂
  4. s.Oliver

    Unraid OS version 6.6.6 available

    hmm... just tried safari with the black theme, but it rendered same as firefox. well, well.
  5. s.Oliver

    Unraid OS version 6.6.6 available

    ah, i see. i use the black theme (but i tried all others and never saw this "line" effect). hmm...?
  6. s.Oliver

    Unraid OS version 6.6.6 available

    what the hell were you doing at that time? pretty big numbers on each core. and how to set the display of the core usage to these small line bars?
  7. s.Oliver

    unRAID DVB Edition

    ok, i can confirm (even though the system is only up for 50 mins.), that the new 6.6.6 build (libreelec) of @piotrasd seems to work as expected. my digital devices card and the drivers got recognized/loaded and a quick test was positive/working. my steps were: 1) install the official unRAID version (most easily via the Tools > Update OS feature) and reboot 2) download @piotrasd compiled file, decompress and copy these files 'bzfirmware', 'bzimage' and 'bzmodules' to the flash drive into the 'boot' directory 3) reboot once more
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    unRAID DVB Edition

    hey guys. did someone have enough knowledge (and maybe a bit of luck) in compiling an DVB build? i'm using still the well running 6.6.1 libreelec one. but (newly converted to unRAID) friends of me, keep asking, why we need to use older builds than officially available (they also all use DVB equipment). hopefully we get there.
  9. s.Oliver

    Unraid OS version 6.6.5 available

    i use a feature called "night shift" to have less strain on the eyes in the evening/night times. but as a side effect, your contrast gets lower and so (with the black theme) the alternating background bands are less visible than normal.
  10. s.Oliver

    Unraid OS version 6.6.5 available

    more than welcome... may an admin move it? (can't do it on my own; i guess no permissions for such an operation 😀 )
  11. s.Oliver

    Unraid OS version 6.6.5 available

    @bonienl GUI-Question/Feature-Request working alot with the MAIN tab in general (and often by night times) makes it sometimes hard with only a quick look to locate a specific line (i.e. a drive) which shows the values i'm looking for. and while moving with the eyes from left (checking first that this is the drive which is active [so is spun up and shows the green circle]) to the middle (seeing/checking if/or at which speeds the read/write actions are going) and then to the far right (to oversee the overall used/free space of that drive) makes me loose the line and end up in another one (and then being a little confused) and realize, ah damn, wrong line/drive; back to the left and start over again. got quite a bunch of drives here, so it's happening 😉 now if we would have a switch/button/drop down which would offer choices of like spun up/down, and/or active (= r/w operations ongoing) / inactive (= idle) which could result in a) dimming down lines/drives which are spun down and/or are idle (vs. spun up and active drives) and/or b) would group these attributes (and so drives) together in pools would greatly improve on quick reception what's going on (and on which drives). but i imagine, that this is probably quite alot of work and so stays as a dream/wish of my mind.
  12. s.Oliver

    Unraid OS version 6.6.5 available

    @bonienl has done always a great job. give him enough good feedback (in a polite way) and all will be good eventually. can't judge on the recent changes though (still on 6.6.1) because of the special DVB build which is needed here – so i'll wait and can be excited to see what is coming. i'm on the black theme and like it really much. question to unRAID (@administrator) developers: is there any way in (slackware) linux to have those DVB drivers loaded as kinda additional/external module (or whatever is the technically correct wording for it) at boot time? if so, maybe that could offer a way for CHBMB or @piotrasd to build a solution which could dramatically cut down on manual work to be done which each unRAID version released.
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    unRAID DVB Edition

    well, can't answer that question. not qualified here, to judge about the work which needs to go into building them. but maybe @piotrasd is on something here.
  14. s.Oliver

    unRAID DVB Edition

    well, it wasn't that long for a new version awhile ago, when @CHBMB had more time on his hands. sometimes it was nearly instantaneous – unRAID released, DVB build a few hours later. but real life first...
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    Unraid OS version 6.6.3 available

    mostly sure, that an previous available & passed through usb-device, with identifier 093a:2510, isn't known/available to the qemu-process at launch time of your VM. you can look them up via "Tools > System Devices". when triggered it shows you a live view of all known devices – you simply can use your browsers search/find command to look for your device "093a:2510" if you think it has to be here (because you didn't change anything else). or, you do this on an older build of unRAID (you already reverted back i read), do the identification there (so you're sure the device with this adress is available) – make a screenshot of it – then upgrade again and re-identify this device. if it's there, note the adress of it, go to the VM tab, edit your VM and be sure to to passthrough the right device at the bottom. the other logged lines "...vfio-pci 0000:03:00.0..." do only indicate, that a pci-device (most probably your GFX card) was allocated to the VM at start time.