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  1. I love the ease of use while being able to extend the usability using the plugins what I would like to see: webgui part for tasks. Something like crontab or similair
  2. Shame that there isn't any support for it in Unraid. Waiting for Limetech to include it in Unraid is probably going to take too long. Going to see if iI still can anyway. Might be usefull for other people looking to use the same chip. Going to try and see if I can get a SFP+ to ethernet adapapter on the cheap through ebay. The 1.8 Ghz is probably because it's reporting the base clock. Thx for the info going to see if mine is just as fast Thx for the help
  3. whoops completely forgot Only one disk is attached. This was done to test if ubuntu was working but except for that it is identical. The usb device does show up using lsusb though. Would it then be possible to insert the driver manualy in Unraid? tower-diagnostics-20170524-1145.zip
  4. That would have also been my first solution, unfortunately this board has zero pcie or pci slots. So no hope there.
  5. Greetings fellow Unraiders(?), I recently bought a server from Bargainhardware in the UK to replace the old one i had. On the back is 1 Ethernet managment port so no ethernet from that. And a SFP+ port. The problem is that SFP+ to ethernet converters are quite expensive. Therefore I decided to go another route, which is ethernet over usb. For this I selected the TP-link UE300 adapter which has linux OS support. (yay linux support) So, got home, plugged in the adapter but nothing happened. The ethernet port showed connection, the usb adapter showed connection but Unraid refused to connect. Tried a couple of usb ports, different ethernet ports. Still nothing. Decided to install ubuntu on a seperate disk to ensure it was indeed working. Of course the adapter then decided to work like a charm. ubuntu showed it working under the CDC_ethernet driver. Not sure if this driver is available on Unraid. Coming back to my question. Is there any way to get this working on Unraid? Unraid version: 6.3.4 cpu: 2* intel xeon e5-2650 ram: 32 GB ethernet chip: 82599 (maybe important?) drives: 2*3TB 3*1TB 1*500GB cache motherboard: not quite sure