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  1. Setting the custom option instead of PIA worked for me. I'd already updated the .conf files. Thank you!
  2. Getting a VPN connection error on PIA so can't acess WebUI. I Updated Deluge Doccker and installed new Cert from PIA. Tried several .ovpn configs from PIA for different servers but still same message. What does this error mean? Suggestions to fix welcomed. 2020-05-13 19:34:23,375 DEBG 'watchdog-script' stderr output: terminate called after throwing an instance of 'std::bad_weak_ptr' what(): bad_weak_ptr
  3. Thanks for that info, I only closed once and the transfer did not complete. I do a monthly 1TB file copy to USB drive from my syncthing folder so I'll give it another try next month to see what I was doing wrong.
  4. As I have previously mentioned Dolphin & Krusader are clunky relics which are horrible to use. If a browser based docker is impractical then a true remote desktop access file manager docker would be fine or even better as a native service.
  5. No, I was actually thinking of something that runs like a modern file explorer or at least like the old Windows Total Commander.
  6. I so use Krusader and sometimes the performance is really good but inconsistent especially when moving or copying large amounts of data which can take many more hours than for example; copying the same data within a Windows server running on lesser hardware. Strange when you think about it, Unraid as a storage/NAS OS but doesn't have a reliable fast and full featured file mover. Sitting at your client unable to close the Krusader tab for 15 hours or close the client machine is far from a good solution.
  7. I have the same problem with 2 x 4TB WD USB 3 external drives: Bus 1 --> 0000:00:14.0 (IOMMU group 3) Bus 001 Device 004: ID 046d:c248 Logitech, Inc. G105 Gaming Keyboard Bus 001 Device 003: ID 8087:0a2b Intel Corp. Bus 001 Device 002: ID 0781:5581 SanDisk Corp. Ultra Bus 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub Bus 2 --> 0000:00:14.0 (IOMMU group 3) Bus 002 Device 006: ID 1058:25e2 Western Digital Technologies, Inc. My Passport (WD40NMZW) Bus 002 Device 005: ID 1058:25e2 Western Digital Technologies, Inc. My Passport (WD40NMZW) Bus 002 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0003 Linux Foundation 3.0 root hub I don't have any other USB controllers so cannot pass through the entire controller (micro ATX MB). Unfortunately I don't have the Linux chops to be able to make a coherent feature request. If I did it would be something along the lines of querying the usb device for unique Id parameters i.e.: Then allowing selection of a unique identifying parameter like "serial" to make a selection, I don't really have another $125 to spend on a different model/brand drive so that's not really an option.
  8. @trurl Copying as in duplicating the contents of 1 folder to another in the same server.
  9. @avpap Thanks, I discovered that by chance but nice to see a rootshare would solve it. In my case I had the share I was copying out of mapped in Windows but it still recognizes the unmapped share I was copying into as being on the same server and copies very quickly. BTW Currently trying to copy 1TB of data onto a 4TB USB 3.0 HDD using Krusader and only 33% complete after 7 hours (first 3 minutes were very fast) and people wonder why we want a proper file manager in unRaid.
  10. Why is this still an outstanding request after all these years? It's just a very common and convenient NIC these days and as such unRaid should see it out of the box so to speak.
  11. I agree, I would imagine the typical usage case for unRaid is that there will be more shares than users on any given system so this would be much easier to manage.
  12. I can confirm I've seen the same pattern, sometimes it is faster to copy files from share1 to share2 using Windows File Explorer on an AC WiFi connected PC than use the Krusader docker which can't be right or am I missing something?
  13. @sailfish I already have my Windows user account and unRaid account set up with necessary passwords and permissions for shares but the problem persists. I have an inkling that this issue is how Win 10 handles the Domain Master Browser rather than an unRaid issue, probably something to do with this: Master Browser Service broken after Creator update - Microsoft
  14. Thank you @imunchonsmurfs I had this happen about about 6 months ago on my gaming laptop where I could not see my \\TOWER shares in windows file explorer, I worked out this fix and promptly forgot about it until today when none of my other 4 Windows 10 Pro PC's could see \\TOWER. Step by Step Open File Explorer Click on Network in the side bar Type the server address and known share into the address bar i.e. \\Tower\Media The contents of the share will be displayed and the server will be visible in the network section on the sidebar Right Click on the server and select 'Pin to Quick access' The sever and all shares are now accessible in the Quick access sidebar of File Explorer.
  15. Thanks for the quick replies. @CHBMB I think you might be onto something with the share authentication from Windows even though I'm on 8.1 Pro. After a restarting Windows the shares on the array came back but the Unassigned device share was still asking for authentication so maybe it's something that has been pushed to the earlier version in an update. @danioj Thanks for the advice I will try the new plugin. To be honest the suggested thread has 3 pages of stuff that just goes above my linux noobish head and I was not sure the problem was even connected to the plug-in however you are correct that it is an Unassigned Devices thread rather than a plugin thread so I'm happy for the mods to merge if that's better for the site.