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  1. Hi @ijuarez, I have no idea about the DHCP lease time? I cant even find that in the settings. What should it be set to? Regarding the shares, after painfully working on this for hours and hours with no success I decided to try NFS instead. It took me under an hour to get this working. It is really unfortunate that I spent so much time focusing on SMB. Lesson learned I guess. The only troubling part is that I was never able to get SMB to work so I cant pass on any useful advice 😬. Well, other than use NFS lol.
  2. @SpaceInvaderOne is there any chance that you can update the repo with some of these icons? I am especially looking to use one of the Linux Mint icons.
  3. I haven't looked at the diagnostics. I am not sure what to look for? I don't see anything odd in the syslog. I have attached my diagnostics for reference. Screenshots of the share is below: skynet-diagnostics-20190408-1930.zip
  4. bUMP ! Still looking for some advice!
  5. Bump! If anyone could point offer any advice on this, I would really appreciate it.
  6. So I have a RaspberryPi running motion for use as a security camera and I am trying to configure it to dump the data in a shared folder on my unraid server. I am mounting the share using cifs and fstab and have been able to do this successfully. Where I am running into the problem is that after I have mounted the share, I cannot write any data to it from the RaspberryPi, I get permission denied. I have been feverishly googling to find the solution but I haven't had any luck. I have listed details of my setup below. I am sure I must be missing something, so any help to point me in the right direction is greatly appreciated. 1. I have created an account on the unraid server that has read and write access to the shared folder I am trying to write to. I am using these credentials to access the share via cifs. 2. I am using the following command: // /home/pi/PiCam cifs -o uid=109,gid=113,credentials=/home/pi/.cifs,x-systemd.automount,iocharset=utf8,noperm 0 0 3. A local account on the RaspberryPi called motion needs access to this folder to write the footage recorded by the camera. I have given ownership of this folder to this account and it can write data without a problem prior to mounting the share. I am starting to lose my mind trying to figure this out and I am sure its something stupid that I am missing me. Save me!
  7. Do the recent changes affect Flood? I can't login anymore. I get the result below when I try to login and I don't see anything weird in the logs. EDIT: I lied. I found: 2019-03-04 20:09:31,260 DEBG fd 22 closed, stopped monitoring <POutputDispatcher at 22886222140264 for <Subprocess at 22886221024504 with name flood-script in state RUNNING> (stdout)> 2019-03-04 20:09:31,260 DEBG fd 26 closed, stopped monitoring <POutputDispatcher at 22886221150328 for <Subprocess at 22886221024504 with name flood-script in state RUNNING> (stderr)> 2019-03-04 20:09:31,260 INFO exited: flood-script (exit status 0; expected) 2019-03-04 20:09:31,260 DEBG received SIGCLD indicating a child quit
  8. Just out of curiosity. What is the purpose of having this if you aren't using it through a proxy. I guess I assume that if you're on a computer to access this you already have a web browser. Thanks for the link, I'll check it out!
  9. Has anyone tried using VNC Web Browser in a reverse proxy? I can get it to work but it doesn't connect to the VNC for some reason, so it never prompts me for the password. Works fine locally though.... Any ideas?
  10. If one uses the LetsEncrypt docker as a reverse proxy and also uses this docker. Can the PiHole dashboard be accessed through the reverse proxy? I cannot get it to work. I get 502 bad gateway.
  11. Does anyone have recommendations for IPTV providers?
  12. +1 to this. I was doing this today as well and it was pretty painful. I have definitely been spoiled by Advanced Buttons. I am very surprised this functionality hasn't been integrated into Unraid itself. Hint hint @limetech ?
  13. The method mentioned above by click on the VM name doesn't appear to work anymore. Is this true? OR am I missing something? EDIT: OK. I have expanded the vdisk using the command line but when trying the extend the volume in windows, it is greyed out. Does anyone know how to get around this?