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  1. Bumping this in case anyone else might know what's wrong. Does anyone else know of a ftp server I can install on this that might work?
  2. So if the current USB gives up the ghost, this will allow me to boot from another device without loss of data? And what about the registration? How does that get transfered?
  3. Hi. I am pretty sure there are several ways to backup the USB boot drive and configuration. However, I cannot find a straight cut answer. This is the biggest issue still keeping me on the fence investing into purchasing unRAID. Booting from USB devices is in my experience a bad deal since they tend to crap out. I have now got to the point where I have my configuration pretty much like I want it. Now I need to make a backup of said USB, preferably to another USB created to replace the current one should it fail. Also, question, if the USB drive fails, how do I transfer the license to the backup USB?
  4. I just gave it a shot. Now neither 4G nor wi-fi work, with or without VPN Edit: back up on 4G after deactivating On Demand on both wi-fi and 4G and restarting the FTP apps.
  5. I need to make some additional clarifications. I am connecting to my server at home, but I am currently at another location. So I am not connecting to my home wi-fi in this case. Meaning I am connecting from my laptop, on wi-fi2 of router2 at location2 let's call it, over VPN, to the server at home location1 connected to router1 via ethernet1. Here I have ftp access no problem. I am connecting from my iPhone, on wi-fi2 of router2 at location2, over VPN, to the server at home location1 connected to router1 via ethernet1. No connection that I can see. I am connecting from my iPhone, on 4G from any location, over VPN, to the server at home location1 connected to router1 via ethernet1. Works fine. However, I am connecting from my iPhone, on wi-fi1 of router1 at home location1, over VPN, to the server at home location1 connected to router1 via ethernet1. No connection that I can see also.
  6. Hi guys. Have a strange issue. Set up ProFTPd as the final bit of my test for unRAID. So far I am very happy and think I will be plonking down my cash to purchase unRAID before the trial runs out. I just have to figure out the best way to backup my configuration in case the USB pen drive conks out and how to get ProFTPd to work. My issue: I have created a VPN to my server using WireGuard. The VPN is working and I can access it from my PC and my iPhone. Using the VPN I can connect to my server and the running docker containers. I can connect to the ftp from my PC, over wi-fi. I can connect to the ftp from my iPhone, over 4G. In both cases, over the WireGuard VPN. However, when I switch the iPhone to a wi-fi network (even the same one the PC is using), I can no longer access the ftp from my iPhone. I can still access the server and the docker containers... just not the ftp. This forces me to use data from my plan, which is limited. Any ideas?
  7. Was unaware of such fact. Thanks for the tip. I will give it a go.
  8. Hi all. I guess this post would be better in the Docker sub-forum yet for some reason I cannot start a topic in that forum, so apologies in advance for posting in General. To the point: atemu12/backblaze-personal-wine-docker I am rather curious about this docker as a BackBlaze Personal user myself. However, I am not adept at command lines (well, not since MS-DOS at least) and wouldn't know how. Mostly I use Community Applications to install dockers. How does one go about installing a docker that isn't in the community applications app? I assume through the server terminal or ssh? Also, if I am understanding this correctly: docker run \ --rm \ --init \ -p '5900:5900' \ -v 'backblaze:/wine/' \ -v '/dir/you/want/to/back/up/:/wine/drive_d/' \ atemu12/backblaze-personal-wine docker run \ --rm \ --init \ -p '5900:5900' \ -v 'backblaze:/wine/' \ -v '/dir/you/want/to/back/up/:/wine/drive_d/' \ atemu12/backblaze-personal-wine and I want to backup all my shares, I'd have to change this to: docker run \ --rm \ --init \ -p '5900:5900' \ -v 'backblaze:/wine/' \ -v '/mnt/user/:/wine/drive_d/' \ atemu12/backblaze-personal-wine Does that sound correct?
  9. While we're at it, what does a blue text / green background folder mean? I somehow managed to change my Plex data folder to simply blue text and now it's the only folder in my appdata that isn't green background.
  10. Hi all. I have had a rather traumatic experience with Windows (ransomeware) and therefore wanted to move to something abit more secure. So I ended up ono unRAID for various reasons. I have my uR set up to the point I can access the web interface over the internet using my router's public IP (router is forwarding port 80 to the uR box). On this box I am running some dockers, such as Plex (linuxserver Docker container [not sure if this is the best one for a Plex Pass user]), and sonarr and radarr to manage and import my converted blu-ray and dvd collection. I can currently also access these web ui's from over the internet, though these are not secure. I will need to keep my Plex instance open to the web by forwarding the port 32400 from the router to the uR ip and Plex port combo. As for the others, what's the best way to keep them secure while still allowing me to access them from inside and outside my home network?
  11. When connecting from outside the lan, I can bring up the web ui but receive a popup box with transmission telling me: Connection Failed Could not connect to the server. You may need to reload the page to reconnect. Hitting the details button spits out the following: 421: Misdirected RequestTransmission received your request, but the hostname was unrecognized. To fix this, choose one of the following options:Enable password authentication, then any hostname is allowed. Add the hostname you want to use to the whitelist in settings. If you're editing settings.json, see the 'rpc-host-whitelist' and 'rpc-host-whitelist-enabled' entries. This requirement has been added to help prevent DNS Rebinding attacks. Leading me to think I may need to activate the password which was the intent all along anyway. Problem is I can't find a way to do it. Can someone offer any insight?
  12. You mean I only need to copy the GPU UUID?
  13. Hi all. New to unRAID and even newer to Docker. And a total absolute wet ass newb when it comes to PLex HW transcoding using the NVIDIA cards. Just setup a new "server" last week and finally have working shares and Plex is running. Now I am trying to get the GPU to work as encoder / decoder using the instructions from the OP and also from this tutorial here: I managed to get as far as to see some decoding happening, but no transcoding. Here's a shot of my GPU when running video, as well as my docker settings: https://imgur.com/a/1NzfYbJ Things I have noticed: I renamed the Plex Transcoder file to Plex Transcoder2 as suggested and nano'd the new Plex Transcoder file. chmod was performed. However as you can see in the processes, the Plex Transcoder2 seems to be used and not the Plex Transcoder. Also, sometimes it simply doesn't touch the GPU and I see zero processes and zero usage for either edcoding or encoding. When playing some files, from time to time it will use the GPU to decode, but never to encode. My CPU gets pegged at high 80's most of the time. Can anyone help me troubleshoot?
  14. Moving isn't an option unfortunately. I am trying to create some sort of backup server. The idea was to use UrBackup container and run it on the unRAID server. Then connect the windows clients to it and have the backups run automagically.