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  1. Below is a shared link from my google drive for the icon I use for Pop!_OS from system 76. Not sure how popular but a buddy of mine and I love their distro of linux. Pop!_OS
  2. First time back to the forums in a long time, so forgive lack of etiquette if any. If there is any info needed that i haven't provided by the end let me know and I will add it. So everything was working fine but I happen to get a bigger HDD and I popped it in for my parity drive. I then consequently moved every drive down 1 slot to accommodate the new drive. parity 2 went to disk 1, and disk 1 went to disk 2, etc. (all the way down to disk 6 with that disk coming out of the array). cache drives were never touched. Now Ive done this many times before and retained all my apps, plugins, and data.
  3. Your server shouldn't have a WAN IP. Maybe you've been hacked. I assigned it one. I have a static WAN IP that I use for it. So your server is freely accessible for everyone on the world wide web? Setup has not been completely finished yet. so yes, that was one of the things I was trying to fix until I got blocked out with this login prompt issue. the server has been "live" on the WAN IP for only 3 days. I havent noticed any abnormal traffic on my firewall though, and no traffic besides myself connecting to that specific IP. What are you using for a firewall? Norma
  4. That is one of the side effects I am having. my ssh cred with root doesnt work now. my normal login i made for myself works still though. but now the webGUI asks for login info when it didnt use to.
  5. Your server shouldn't have a WAN IP. Maybe you've been hacked. I assigned it one. I have a static WAN IP that I use for it. So your server is freely accessible for everyone on the world wide web? Setup has not been completely finished yet. so yes, that was one of the things I was trying to fix until I got blocked out with this login prompt issue. the server has been "live" on the WAN IP for only 3 days. I havent noticed any abnormal traffic on my firewall though, and no traffic besides myself connecting to that specific IP.
  6. Your server shouldn't have a WAN IP. Maybe you've been hacked. I assigned it one. I have a static WAN IP that I use for it.
  7. Out of no where (nothing has changed since last time I logged in) my unraid server is now requiring a user name and password. Except, the user name and password I set for myself (that isnt a sudo user) isnt working. And root doesnt have a password by default thus wont let me login. did I miss something? This is visiting both the local and wan ip of the server. Thank you in advance for any and all help!