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  1. Fixed. Effectively, what I did was telnet into the machine and go into /boot/config and delete the ssh folder. I then removed any plugins for SSH. Then I rebooted the server. I turned the SSH server off then back on in settings and rebooted again. Now it works.
  2. So apparently I had a plug-in that was causing problems. I removed it. I removed /boot/config/ssh again. Rebooted again. Started SSH manually at the command prompt after telneting in. Works now.
  3. Yup. You're right. Still, same problem.
  4. Very similar issue here although this thread is already six months old. I get "Permission Denied" when I try to ssh in. Using telnet I moved /boot/config/ssh to a new name and restarted ssh as above. It recreated the ssh directory with new keys. The old directory had a sshd_config file of 0 bytes. After rebooting, I can't get sshd to run. Looking at sshd_config, I see that there is a new one there but it's all default values--read: broken. Would someone be able to send me working sshd_config so I can compare and get one running on my end? Thanks!
  5. Anyone? I keep getting Permission Denied and I have no idea what to do next.
  6. I'm really at a loss. I can telnet in using root as the user with the password I know. When I ssh in, it won't accept my password. On my terminal computer, I've deleted .ssh so that I can start with a fresh login (public key download from server?). I try to ssh in and it simply says Permission denied. I'd love to just reset the SSH system on the unRAID box (recreate the keys, etc.) and start over, but I have no idea how to do that. Thanks.
  7. I switched mobo and CPU today and now I can no longer ssh into my unRAID box from a remote computer. Any ideas how to fix this?
  8. I bit the bullet and bought the Ryzen 2700X with Asus PRIME X470-Pro and 2666 MHz Kingston RAM. I'll keep you posted...
  9. I've also seen, in various places online, that you should get the fastest RAM supported by your chip for Ryzen. What's up with that? (It's totally counterintuitive to me.)
  10. ...and the other problem is that I can't buy 2400MHz anymore in my city. And I kinda wanted to buy it, maybe, well, maybe, today.... I can get 2666MHz in a stick supported by this mobo. Argh. Thoughts?
  11. The PRIME X470 mobo that I'm looking at supports damn near everything out there: https://dlcdnets.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/SocketAM4/PRIME_X470-PRO/PRIME-X470-PRO-memory-QVL-Ryzen-2nd--Generation-processors.pdf Please help me get this right, if you don't mind. If I go with 2/4 slots filled with 2x16GB sticks, if they're dual rank, then I have to stick to 2400 MHz? If I go with 2/4 slots filled with single rank, I can go with 2933 MHz? So if the CPU has these limitations why would the mobo support so much more if the CPU doesn't?
  12. I knew I saw that chart somewhere before! Now to figure out the ranking of the RAM I was looking at...
  13. The board I’m looking at for my new Ryzen 7 2700X build can handle all RAM speeds for the most part. I’m trying to figure out the most stable RAM speed for this chip under unRAID but I’m finsing all kinds of information that contradicts itself. As of January 2019, is there any problem with 3200 speed with unRAID? What’s the best RAM speed choice under unRAID with Ryzen 7 2700X?
  14. So this is MB specific? Not just based on the design of the chip?