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  1. If you plan on making an all-in-one router device with pfSense with something like that you have to keep in mind that because it's based on FreeBSD you're limited to 802.11n. No support for 802.11ac and from the looks of it no plans for it. Still an interesting looking computer.
  2. Not really related to Time Machine but I would recommend setting the "Hide "dot" files" to "yes". Otherwise you'll see the ".DS_Store" files that macOS likes to put all over the place. I used to compulsively delete them since my home is a mixed environment. This option keeps me from feeling the need to do that.
  3. I had this problem with my NVME drive. I had previous just disabled IOMMU but recently set iommu=pt and that seems to also get around it.
  4. Neither, I have the latest version of FCP and I don’t spin down drives. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. As the OP I just thought I would chime in that I’m NOT getting a cache warning from FCP. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. I’ve had the same problem with the nct6775 driver since upgrading to 6.7.0. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Since git has been removed from Unraid 6.7.0 how do I use NerdPack to add it back? I don't see it listed in the GUI.
  8. This is frustrating since it was there all through the pre-release phase and was only removed in the final release. Is there a way to manually add it back?
  9. The drive I'm having problems with is an enterprise drive, a WD WD4000FYYZ Re/RE4 4TB. It's also on a separate cross-flashed IBM M1015. The rest of the drives are on a cross-flashed Dell H310. I've not found any information from WD on enabling the write cache on the drive. I can try moving the drive either to the H310 or to one of my motherboard's SATA ports.
  10. For whatever reason I've recently been looking at the write cache on my drives. All of my array drives are showing write cache enabled except for my parity drive. Is this by design? When I try to manually set the write cache on that drive using hdparm this is what I get so it never gets enabled: root@unRAID:~# hdparm -W 1 /dev/sdj /dev/sdj: setting drive write-caching to 1 (on) write-caching = 0 (off) unraid-diagnostics-20190513-1345.zip
  11. @Eris I also need the Docker container log itself. On Unraid's Docker basic view it's the little page icon on the right side of the row. Your guacamole.config would also be very helpful. I also don't see anywhere you've attempted to log in. In my own log I can see specifically where authentication requests were made.
  12. @Eris Sorry, I meant like a screenshot of your Apache Guacamole Docker configuration page.
  13. Unfortunately, I don't believe there is a way to pass just QuickSync through to a VM. You would need to pass the entire IGP through. QuickSync doesn't show up as a separate PCI device.
  14. Unfortunately, I've never been able to repeat this problem. If you can post your logs after you've attempted logging in (both catalina.out & Docker console log) and your configuration.