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  1. Thats a bug - Version 10.0.2 will be out shortly fixing the underlying issue. Please open a github issue next time, since the process there is much more streamlined than a forum post.
  2. Please discuss here https://github.com/rix1337/docker-ripper/issues/64
  3. Hi, this lovely plugin is central to my build not overheating, but it just did. My parity check was not paused, so my parity drive heated up to 66°C... According to the logs and web UI there is a syntax error in the current version: Also this option always reverts to "No" ("Nein" as translated) - no notifications can be enabled.. Please fix
  4. I have found out why my second fan never ramps up. Turning off fans is a really bad Idea since the second one will not be able to start again. How do I disable the "turn of fans" behaviour from the script so my fans will always run at their lowest value?
  5. Hi bonienl, I have switched to a modded DS380 case which fixed the airflow mostly. One issue remains. When moving a lot of files or during parity checks drive temp goes way above 40°C. Most of the time running my fans at 600rpm keeps cpu and drives below 35°C and is super silent, but i need to automatically turn up fan speed when drive temps are rising. Sadly the autofan plugin works not as I would want it to: - my mainboard has 2x 3-pin fan headers available (one cpu, one case fan) - the 2x array fans are connected to the secondary fan header - when settin
  6. Thanks for the Info, I have updated the Readme accordingly so others dont have to struggle.
  7. Then you should add the line pointing it to /usr/local/bin/ccextractor. I have also updated the Readme to reflect this. I have since fixed the template. sr0 should now be passed through as a device by default. Thanks for the heads up. Also please consider donating at https://github.com/sponsors/rix1337 if you are a regular user of this image.
  8. Latest image includes ccextractor v.0.88 Let me know if something needs to be changed. jlesage's image includes a line in the settings.conf that guides to the binary. https://github.com/jlesage/docker-makemkv/blob/master/rootfs/defaults/settings.conf app_ccextractor = "/usr/bin/ccextractor" Please try without changing settings.conf first.
  9. Maybe this builds: https://github.com/rix1337/docker-ripper/commit/b51467766ca0288955c5ed4e5fb9520e0815c37e You are welcome to send a pull request.
  10. Are you trying to get subtitles from a dvd/bluray? ccextractor is not currently part of this image.
  11. I tried but did not manage to. You could try to fix this inside ripper.sh yourself. Send me a pull request once you are done!
  12. Hi, I have tried to set up the epicgames-freegames container in combination with an nginx reverse proxy at /epicgames. That does not work however. Any hints how to set up a subfolder?
  13. I do not own two optical disk devices. From what others have reported, this should work though.
  14. I do like this. Did I set this up right? https://github.com/rix1337/docker-templates/blob/master/rix1337/ca_profile.xml