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  1. The issue isn't that the plugin doesn't work (it does). The issue is that newer chipsets don't have the drivers included the kernel (in which case you bug Intel / AMD to do that) or that the sensors / sensors-detect scripts themselves have been abandoned (years ago actually). There are a number of work-arounds if you google things. EG: On one of my older AMD boards I had to do this in the "go" file modprobe it87 force_id=0x8686 as the it87 module was included in the kernel, but it didn't recognize the chipset id that my board was giving it. While I do understand your frustration with this, these issues are outside of the author's control. But, I will add a note to the app stating that it does not work with all hardware combinations.
  2. Marking this plugin as being incompatible with unRaid 6.7+ as @Mettbrot hasn't been online for awhile, and it hasn't been updated to actually be compatible with 6.6 (all those warnings are hidden on 6.6). Probably better off using the docker app instead.
  3. Also, using apps such as this via a plugin is long past nowadays its via docker containers which have many advantages over a plugin
  4. This plugin has now been marked as being incompatible with unRaid 6.7.0+ until such time as it is updated to support the updated libaries.
  5. This plugin has now been marked as being incompatible with unRaid 6.7.0+ until such time as it is updated to support the updated libaries.
  6. Note: When unRaid is in RC stages, then I cut the plugin authors a lot of slack and don't worry excessively about compatibility of Plugins before I mark them as incompatible, unless there are extenuating circumstances.
  7. They can't That only appears if you install via community applications If/when you're ready to publish the plugin, look here
  8. If that ever happened, the plugin would get immediately blacklisted, and if you have Fix Common Problems installed, it would let you know about it.
  9. Probably closer to the truth that you just like making more work for me. Reverted setting a maximum version
  10. Because @CHBMB is no longer maintaining / updating the images used by this plugin due to real-life, the plugin has now been marked as being incompatible with unRaid v6.6.2+ Should this situation change, or if one of the persons taking over on making the images arranges for LSIO to begin to host the images or re-does the plugin, then this will be reverted.
  11. I think it may be high time that this happens to @Squid if he continues to mess up code
  12. Honestly, @theone hasn't been active in updating this plugin, and while it would be awesome if he fixes the CSS for ServerLayout and the Black Theme (like many other plugins had to also), it may be best to not hold your breath. The plugin however does appear to be completely fine on the other themes.