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  1. For the Bitwarden docker container it's using Custom:br0 with it's own ip and port 80. I have websockets set to true. I'm not sure how to concisely describe the HAProxy setup. The backend points to the ip and port of the bitwarden docker container, encrypt ssl and ssl checks are off. Health check method is http. Frontend is set so that if host starts with bitwarden (ie bitwarden.mydomain.com), it uses the bitwarden backend. It is exactly the same as my other docker containers, but it is the only one that doesn't work. Just error 522 from Cloudflare which apparently mean
  2. I've been struggling to get Bitwarden to work. The docker is installed and I can access it by IP, but not by reverse proxy. My ISP blocks port 80, but not port 443 so I am using Cloudflare to force 443. First I followed SpaceInvader's video and was using SWAG. I just get an Error 522 from Cloudflare. (Everything else through SWAG was working just fine.) Then I switched everything over to using HAProxy in Pfsense. Instead of using the custom network, I gave each of the docker containers their own static IP addresses. Again, I can get everything working, but B
  3. I've had SWAG working for awhile now (For Nextcloud, Emby, etc.), but I am trying to get it to work for Bitwarden, but I am getting a 522 error. Cname has been created and added to SWAG for the LE certificate. Bitwarden container is on the same proxynet as SWAG. I can reach Bitwarden using the localip:port, but not by domain name. I'm using the default bitwarden.subdomain.conf file with a minor change to location /admin. I changed the Bitwarden container name to just bitwarden from bitwardenrs to match the file. # make sure that your dns has a cname set
  4. The 10TB WD Elements are on sale for $149 today for those who subscribe to Neweggs promo emails.
  5. I just (11/10) picked up a couple of 10TB WD Elements for $149 each from Newegg. I think Amazon may have had them for the same price at the same time as well.
  6. I have a Dell H310 flashed to IT mode. I just plugged it in and it worked. It was previously used in my old server using forward breakout cables and now it's connected to the backplane in my CSE-846.
  7. @mafoster I took a quick look and some of it is out of my realm of experience because I have not tried to set up a vm for Catalina or using an AMD video card. There is one thing I did see. It looks like you were able to stub the video card, but you may want to follow this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QlTVANDndpM&t=601s Be aware that changes made to the vm in xml are overwritten if you make any other changes using the gui view.
  8. I am not even seeing bluetooth listed in the devices (entirely possible it's there and I am just not seeing it) and I don't use it, so I don't think I am gonna be much help there. The problem with the onboard audio is the same as with that 3rd usb device. It may be possible to get it working, but I haven't tried it. More info here:
  9. I think there have been a couple. One by jonp and one by Spaceinvader One. <hostdev mode='subsystem' type='pci' managed='yes'> <driver name='vfio'/> <source> <address domain='0x0000' bus='0x0f' slot='0x00' function='0x0'/> </source> <rom file='/mnt/user/General Storage/NVIDIA.GTX1080Ti.11264.170118.rom'/> <address type='pci' domain='0x0000' bus='0x04' slot='0x00' function='0x0'/> </hostdev> I think this is your problem. You left off multifunction='on'. So it should look like this: <
  10. I didn't really go into actually setting up Windows and installing drivers. Spaceinvader One has a video for that as well. But basically this is where the VirtIO drivers come in and I'd have to watch the video again to tell you what exactly is needed. Yes, the slots were the same. On a Windows 7 vm, the bus was the same but the slots were different, just like in the video. I do not know why that is. But basically, because the graphics and sound are one device and that's the way we want them to be seen by the vm, both the bus and the slot need to match. This is one
  11. I’ve seen a lot of people asking questions and having problems getting graphics cards and onboard usb controllers passed through on Ryzen X570 systems. I had some issues myself that thanks to a couple of people here on the forums I was able to get resolved. This guide is about setting up a Windows 10 vm using a single graphics card with onboard usb passed through. Because I have managed to get it working, I thought it might be a good idea to write a little guide based on my setup in case it can help some other people. While this was specific to my motherboard and hardw
  12. After having tried a bunch of different DVR options, Emby has become my favorite, but yes, it does require Emby Premier, but includes guide data. (Well worth the lifetime imo.) Easy to setup and use. There are other options like SageTV and TVHeadend. They all were much harder to setup and the interface's left something to be desired.
  13. I have an AsRock X570 Taichi and what I had to do to get the onboard usb to passthrough was to go into the bios and switch all of the usb options from Auto to Enabled.
  14. Yes, if you boot into GUI mode, then you need to add it there.
  15. Thanks for this. It's starting to make sense. In all my searching I would keep finding these things that people say to do, but usually not with any explanations as to why. Yes, that was already done. Kind of like I was saying before, I saw it mentioned somewhere to do it, but no explanation of why. Thank you both for the help. So far everything is now working.