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  1. Binhex - I'm trying to research this same problem but your link is broken. I tried to dig it out of the URL but was unsuccessful. Would you mind reposting the link?
  2. Thanks guys. I had HDMI working in some earlier versions of Mac OSX but after doing a good bit more researching, I think I'll go with 1812 and go with the USB path...
  3. I've had a High Sierra VM running quite some time thanks to Ed's tutorials. I'm now trying to get the HDMI audio to work. I want to run an audio streaming app in the VM and have the output go out HDMI to my AVR sound system. I have a GT750 NVIDIA card passed thru(both video and audio) and OSX sees the two HDMI outputs but I'm getting no sound. I searched thru this thread and found a few tips but nothing since Ed posted this latest tutorial. Is this something that should work or no...?
  4. I'm running Unraid 6.5.3. All drives in my disk array are 4TB. I purchased two new 8TB drives with the intent of replacing the parity drive and then one of the data drives. As luck would have it, one of my data drives has failed prior to me replacing the parity drive. I know the parity drive must be at least as large as the largest data drive. So does that mean I can't replace the failed data drive with an 8TB drive and then immediately replace the parity drive once the data drive is rebuilt? Do I need to get another 4TB drive and get the data drive rebuilt, then proceed with replacing the parity drive? How should I proceed?
  5. I fear this question will demonstrate my ignorance of all things VPN but here goes... I've had DelugeVPN running with PIA as the service and Privoxy turned on for quite some time beautifully. I also have my local machines and services using the privoxy no problem. Can I use the DelugeVPN as an OpenVPN server to connect a machine with OpenVPN client from a remote network to gain secure access to the local network? If so, can someone point me to instructions to get me going?
  6. Would be awesome if someone could help out the non-techies by creating a docker for xteve or the new telly. I'll help anyway I can to test it...
  7. Plex will recognize them once you have the Telly instances set up properly. It seems that the KEY value is case sensitive. It MUST be all caps as manolodf shows us in his screen shots. Also, make sure your using unique values for each of the keys you're adding...
  8. Yes, I'm not sure why this happens but you get around it by adding it manually(click on the Enter it's network address manually link) and provide the IP address and port of your Telly instance. It should allow you to continue once that's done.
  9. You have to install an instance of Telly for each "tuner" you want to use. For each of them, you have to edit the Telly docker template. At the bottom there is a selection to add path, port, variable, or device. Use this function to add Name, DeviceID and DeviceAuth variables for each Telly docker and make the values for each docker instance unique to the others. For example, Telly1 DeviceID could be 123, Telly2 DeviceID could be 456, Telly3 DiviceID could be 789, etc. Same for the other variables.
  10. Tayshun12, manolodf(thanks for that!!) actually gave us the solution earlier in the thread. I didn't catch on right away. You have to edit your template and add the Name, DeviceID, and DeviceAuth variables. The values can be whatever you want them to be as long as they are unique to each device.
  11. I've seen hints that you can run two instances of Telly to provide Plex with two tuners so you can watch one show and record another. I tried setting that up by installing Telly docker twice with different names and setting them to different ports. I wasn't successful in getting that to work. When I look at the response from hitting the Telly URL for each port, I get an identical response so I don't think Plex is seeing them as different sources: 1 0 urn:schemas-upnp-org:device:MediaServer:1 telly Silicondust HDHR-2US HDHR-2US uuid:12345678 I have one set up as port 6077 and one as 6078. Is is possible to set up two instances of Telly that Plex will see as two different tuners? I don't see anything more in the docker template that would allow me to differentiate the two...
  12. Johnnie Your suggestion did the trick. Thx for the help....
  13. Found my shares unavailable this morning and upon investigating, found this error in the syslog: Corruption of in-memory data detected. Shutting down filesystem. I'm running 6.3.2 and my hardware is in my signature. My diagnostics file is attached. I would appreciate advice on what is wrong and how I should proceed to fix. Thanks! diag.zip
  14. Gridrunner, your videos have been so useful to me, Thank You! I'm still a unix noob and I have a question about the expected behavior. I set up a remote to google: for an existing goggle drive that has lots of files/folders already there. When I use the rclone lsd command, I can see the content there no problem so I've got that part working. When I navigate via command line to the directory we created(/mnt/disks/google) and mounted to google:, and ls from there, I see nothing. Is that the expected behavior? I don't see any of the files/folders that are in my google: remote. I'm able to see the google share in OSX and copy files into that share no problem. I can see these files in the /mnt/disks/google directory but do not see them thru the Google Drive web interface. Should I? Am I just misunderstanding what the google directory is doing for me?
  15. Thanks for the feedback arkan. Sadly, the suggested XML did not work for me. I'm still getting the circle with slash during boot...