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  1. Just immature if you ask me. You update the plugins before the OS is released and prevent new users from installing plugins. I know this is not a structured corporation that follows SDLC, but still. Anyways. Thanks.
  2. This would force the general population that is running earlier versions such as 6.5.x and 6.6.x to force-upgrade to 6.7.x. We better hope that upgrade will go smooth for them. Is 6.7.0 the new base-line to maintain? What's so special about 6.7.0?
  3. ETA? Because you know, we are OCD and that 'Update available' button does tend to bother us...
  4. Several items for sale: 4 x HP H240 HBA -> $80 shipped each 2 x LSI 9201-16e (you'll need to flash P20 for IT Mode) works with unRAID -> $75 shipped each 1 x LSI 9201-16e (you'll need to flash P20 for IT Mode) + 4 x SATA Break-out Cables (SFF8088 -> SATA) works with unRAID -> $95 shipped 1 x Supermicro X9SCL-F + Intel Xeon E3-1225 v2 (excellent board, comes with IPMI) -> $150 shipped 1 x Intel Celeron G1610T (Supports ECC !) -> $40 shipped 1 x nVidia NVS 310 1GB Model (2 x DisplayPort) -> $40 shipped Cheers. S:
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    Unraid OS version 6.6.6 available

    I am sorry I am going to have to skip this update. I just can't... Any ETA on 6.6.7?
  6. You would think this would be something trivial and obvious right? I have two key VMs, one is server 2012 r2 and another is windows 10 and BOTH are experiencing the same issue with mouse movement. I've connected to the VMs over mstsc (RDP) from a windows box and the same behaviour has occurred. Anybody else experiencing this type of issue?
  7. Sorry, not following. What do you mean?
  8. I got a windows 10 VM which I access over RDP using xfreerdp (and remmina) from a linux system. The odd thing is - every time I move the mouse around within the RDP session the CPU spikes significantly. Has anybody encountered this before? Seems pretty odd. # VM CONFIG # WIN10 VM IDLE # WIN10 VM Moving the mouse around in circles
  9. ezhik

    libvirt.img is in-use, cannot mount

    or reboot. seems to fix the issue, not ideal though.
  10. ezhik

    spectre-meltdown-checker

    Came across this repo -> https://github.com/speed47/spectre-meltdown-checker A good tool to check where you stand with your hardware. Cheers.
  11. ezhik

    Unraid VM shares?

    you have to add it from the beginning, during the VM creation.
  12. I had to re-create the VM with shares configured from the start. No issues so far. I should probably write a guide about how to accomplish this properly...