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  1. Thanks. I have neglected my unRAID system in recent years as I am only running 6.4.1 with the DVB edition and I use Firewire as it is often the best option for changing channels if it is supported by your cable box. But now I am scared to do an upgrade as I don't want to break things and it is working fine, except for the odd system crash.
  2. Does anyone know if this plugin works for the Hauppauge HD-PVR. I have been using unRAID with the old DVB edition for years. This allowed me to use HD-PVR encoders with the SageTV docker in unRAID. It also added firewire support for channel changes. Anyone know if this still works in the new plugin?
  3. Sorry for scaring people but I was worried as I thought CHBMB was the person behind this docker as he was the one providing support on page 1 of this thread.
  4. Ok, thanks. I did read too much into that then. My mistake.
  5. Maybe I read too much into this, but that occured last November when unRAID incorporated Nvidia drivers into the core OS. Here is a quote from CHBMB: (in this thread: https://forums.unraid.net/bug-reports/prereleases/unraid-os-version-690-beta35-available-r1125/?tab=comments#comment-11340&searchlight=1) And also:
  6. I apologize if this has been dealt with elsewhere, but I read that linuxserver.io will not longer be building dockers for unRAID. Does that apply to this docker, and if it does what does that mean for the future of this docker?
  7. Another thing to keep in mind is that in 45 days Unifi is going to EOL a bunch of their older hardware. You can continue to use the old hardware but you can't upgrade your controller version. So people may want to be cognizant of that and purposely stay on older versions of the controller. https://community.ui.com/questions/Select-UniFi-Access-Point-AP-Models-Obsoletion-Date-March-1-2021/65487283-ce9d-49f4-85b9-b6aa54659ef7
  8. Thanks, I tried checking the cables but they seem secure. I have been error free for a few hours, early I was getting about an error every hour.
  9. I have started getting udma crc errors for my cache drive which is a 240GB SSD. Is this anything to worry about? Searching about this error, it isn't clear if this is something you need to deal with.
  10. I used to use the Let's Enccrypt docker but I am having trouble with swag. I have forwarded router ports 443 and 80 to my unraid server port 5443 and 5080. I am using dyndns and my url is wayner.dyndns.org. This resolves properly to my WAN IP address. In the docker config I have a domain of dyndns.org and a subdomain of wayner. I have only subdomains set to true Validation is set to http But when I start the docker I get a challenge failed for wayner.dyndns.org. To fix these errors, please make sure that your domain name was entered correctly and th
  11. If you make this change then won't you permanently stay on that version until you change the repository field info? But I guess maybe that is ok for now. There may be folks wanting to stay on Controller versions for a while as a lot of hardware will become deprecated in March 2021, like my four UAPs, unless you stick to old controller versions. I appear to be on 5.12.35 which appears to be about a year old.
  12. I want to install and Android version as a VM on my unRAID server so that I can install the Android app for Control4 to have a way to control my Home Automation system on my PC. Note that first I tried the Android 8.0 docker container but it was so unresponsive as to be useless. There appear to be a few options, like AndroidX86, PrimeOS and there may be others as well. There is a thread on reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/unRAID/comments/axctkh/how_to_run_android_x86_in_vm/ But that thread is over a year old and it has some instructions that I don't underst
  13. This is a bit orthogonal to the discussion, but Windows has had native support for ssh for over 2.5 years. https://www.howtogeek.com/336775/how-to-enable-and-use-windows-10s-built-in-ssh-commands/. So you can just run ssh from a command prompt, assuming that it is installed. No more need for putty. And you can install Windows Subsystem for Linux and have pretty much a fully functional distribution of Ubuntu as an application in Windows. Very useful! Install it from the Windows Store: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/p/ubuntu/9nblggh4msv6?activetab=pivot:overviewtab
  14. I can't say that I have this issue, and I have a USG as well, but I ALWAYS have my networking equipment connected to a UPS. The USG only draws a few watts so a decent sized UPS would power it for days, even if you also plug in a modem, switch, etc. If you have a POE switch powering your WAPs then your wifi will even stay up when your house power is off. You might want to post in the Unifi forums as this issue isn't really an unRAID docker issue.
  15. I just ran a manual test and it used Teksavvy in the 6ix. My daily auotmated test are using Bell Mobility or Bell Canada in North York and Toronto, respectively.
  16. What is considered the best practice in terms of where to store backups to ensure that you don't lose them. Presumably the backups should be also stored on a drive somewhwere other than your unRAID server in case it totally dies. Do people save their backups somewhere in the cloud? To other PCs on their LAN? External hard drives?
  17. Pretty sure it goes in \appdata\unifi\data\sites\default
  18. So it looks like we are going to have more fun in around 15 months. Unifi just announced that a bunch or products are being EOLed. So it looks like that for controller versions that come after March 2021 you will no longer be able to configure the EOL devices, which include: UAP-Outdoor UAP-Outdoor+ UAP-Pro UAP-IW UAP (v1+v2) UAP-LR (v1+v2) UAP-AC-EDU UAP-AC-IW-PRO So we may need to keep a legacy controller version of whatever was the latest as of March 1, 2021.
  19. I believe that ubnt/ubnt works for the devices - maybe for the docker as well?
  20. I upgraded the container to 5.12.35 and then had to ssh into all of my devices and issue the set-inform command. But everything seems good now. Thanks for your help. p.s. My WAPs were running so they appeared to be above the minimum version for 5.12.35. I am in the process of updating them.
  21. Last night after I upgraded to the new container, and things didn't go well, I rolled back to the old container with 5.4.60. I then had to do a bunch of futzing around to get the controller to re-adopt the UAPs. In some instances a reboot was enough, but on one or two others I did have to manually issue the set-inform command, and even that didn't work on one of them - I had to restore factory defaults and start over.
  22. I saw that so I haven't mentioned on the Unifi forums that I am using unRAID. It looks like I have two options to get upgraded: 1) Jump right in and jump to 5.12.35. Then I may have to ssh into the UAPs and do a manual upgrade and potentially do some other manually stuff to get them running. 2) Install controller 5.6.4 in Windows. Then I will probably have to adopt all of the devices, upgrade them to the latest version. Then install the docker version 5.12.35 and adopt the devices into the docker version. Any feeling on which is easier? I have at least one of my UAPs
  23. Here is the advice that I received on the Unifi forums: The problem is that there doesn't seem to be a readily available 5.6.40 version for unRAID. Perhaps I can try 5.7 and see how it goes. Worst case scenario - can I just manually upgrade the firmware on my UAPs (and USG if required) from an ssh session?
  24. Thanks Hoopster. I did see some discussion about moving the network setting from bridge to host, I assume that is what you mean. I wasn't really in a loop you as it hadn't even adopted my devices yet.