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  1. The python3 version that nerdpack shows is Python 3.6.2. How can I install a later version of python3 - like 3.9?
  2. Why is it a /user-plugins folder rather than a plugins /folder? When I look up docs on rutorrent it talks about a plugins folder. I initially created a plugins folder and added tracklabels. That worked and I saw icons for stuff like movies, except the plugins folder got wiped when the docker restarted. Then I tried adding the tracklabels to the user-plugins folder and the icons disappeared. Weird.
  3. I have installed it and it seems to me that the interface is the same. The binhex docker may even be marginally better as it shows the flags of connected peers and I don't think that the linuxserver docker did that - at least by default. Or maybe I was using an old version? I agree that there are a lot of setting that are superflouous if you don't use a VPN, etc but it looks like you can disable those. So this may be a decent path forward after all.
  4. I just installed the binhex docker and got it working. It has a lot more config options that you have to play with to get it working when you start - like turning off OVPN, for example, and giving passwords. I never used passwords with the linuxserver docker but I only used it locally or after making a separate OVPN connection with the OVPN docker.
  5. To answer my own question, it looks like the changes have to be made in the rtorrent.rc file to change settling like bandwidth on a permanent basis. I don't understand why changes made in the rutorrent don't "stick" with docker restarts. Is that a feature or bug?
  6. How do you change settings, like the Bandwidth limits, so that they are persistent when the docker is restarted. Is this done in one of the ini files in appdata?
  7. Has any consideration been given to change the name of this plugin? Isn't DVB a European digital video broadcasting standard? That is one of the uses of this plugin, but I believe it is also used in other parts of the world for ATSC tuners, and encoders that capture HDMI or Component video. I use it with the Hauppauge HD-PVR to capture the output of Cable TV boxes in Canada. When I first started using unRAID and I was told that I needed this plugin I was confused as I don't use DVB. Wouldn't something like Media Server Plugin or Media Capture or Video Capture plugin be more accur
  8. Sorry to be confusing. The APs that were EOL'ed 7 days ago that I own are plain UAPs. The EOL announcment was made a year ago but it just took effect 8 days ago - and that is assuming that it wasn't delayed. According to the year old EOL announcement, you will not be able to configure the obsolete hardware on Controller versions released after March 1, 2021. So I am assuming that any versions released prior to March 1, 2021, or eight days ago, should not be an issue. So unless I am interpreting this incorrectly, any software version released more than 8 days ago shou
  9. Thanks folks. Anyone know the last version that is supposed to work with the older hardware? FYI - I am referring to this announcement which says: We are now past that date so presumably this means that any version that is released from this day forward will not support the old APs. I have 3 or 4 of the older UAPs that I will eventually replace, but I don't want to spend the cash right away.
  10. Thanks Jonathan. I am back up now. There has been a lot of discussion on the stability of various versions. any quick recommendation as to which is the most stable version. I have some older UAPs which have just become unsupported. I will want to pick a version and stick with it for a while as I believe that I won't be able to upgrade my controller and continuing using those UAPs.
  11. I tried to update my docker and I appear to have broken my Unifi docker and I need some help getting back. I am not sure what version I was running but when I look in my appdate folder autobackups they are named like this: autobackup_5.12.35_20210301_0000_1614556801716.unf When I look at the docker install it shows: latest - The most recent build version of the Controller software, regardless of release train. LTS - The most recent Long Term Support release. 5.9 - The most recent 5.9.x release. 5.8 - The most recent 5.8.x release. 5.7 - The most recent
  12. Is it possible to just restore just one subdirectory of appdata? I am having issues with one docker and want to restore. My backup is a tar file that is 39.4 GB. Can I extract just the appdate\unifi folder? If so, how would I do this?
  13. Very true, FireWire is somewhat obsolete. But it is still the most dependable way to tune channels on cable boxes that support that functionality. So it is commonly used for DVR software, like SageTV. Running SageTV in a docker under unRAID is a great solution. But this software is also fading away as linear TV becomes less popular and DVR solutions from cable companies, etc improve as does the amount of content available on-demand. I think I was the one who asked for FireWire support in DVB several years ago.