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  1. Love the dashboard but it would be nice if we could hide specific Docker apps and VMs. Don't really need quick access to every app
  2. Yeah, I've tried Android X86. Unfortunately it ran like crap and some apps don't work well on it
  3. +1. Would love to be able to run a Android VM, mainly for Tasker
  4. Do you have the user scripts plugin installed? Seems like it'll do what you're looking for
  5. Oh, I know. Pipe dream. Would love a more customizable dashboard similar to Organizr but I'm not gonna hold my breath
  6. +1 Mainly just want the user script plugin accessable from the dashboard
  7. I'm looking for a way to distribute video encoding jobs between my new unraid server and my old server. Has anyone done this with unraid? I've been looking into Clustercode and Pytranscoder-ffmpeg , but I can't test either until my parts come in
  8. Never tried that docker but you can use tasker yatse and ifttt to control Kodi with a Google home
  9. something like this for retro games would actually be pretty cool. As wrong as piracy is, for a lot of old games, its really the only option./
  10. Hey everyone, I'm currently waiting on parts for a new unraid build and I got to thinking about my old hardware. I'm considering connecting it to the new server via a SFP+ and using it as a media encoder. Wanna try clustercode so I can have both servers encoding but if that doesn't work handbrake. Got me wondering if anyone has tried something similar and what everyone is doing with their old unraid hardware.
  11. Unraid is based off of slackware, so you should be able to install whatever software you want. A headless server doesn't really need a WiFi manager or a way to change keyboard layout, but I'm sure it's doable with a few quick Google searches. Installing software isn't as easy as Ubuntu based distros, but it's doable. Using a VM is the better option though. The performance loss using KVM is barely noticeable.
  12. There's already a full desktop. Boot into gui mode
  13. I use aptalca/docker-dolphin and I'm playing around with filebrowser/filebrowser from community applications. Didn't like Krusader. Too much going on for me
  14. Oh, quotes were needed around $target. Tried fixing that myself but missed that. Thanks again