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  1. Your UUID entry has a space, return, or some invisible string on the end. delete and readd: Switch the handbrake docker template to advanced mode in the unraid GUI Click remove next to the UUID Click on Add another Path, Port, Variable, Label or Device and change config type to variable. then add in the KEY field add to KEY field NVIDIA_VISIBLE_DEVICES add to the value field your UUID but ensure you only copy and paste the text only, or type it in manually. click save, it should start up
  2. My apologies, when navigating using windows share it shows up as "flash" but it won't show up if you aren't sharing the flash. A different way: ssh or access the unraid CLI cat /boot/config/plugins/dockerMan/templates-user/my-HandBrake.xml copy paste that text here. Keep in mind "my-HandBrake" is the name you gave the docker , case sensitive.
  3. Please navigate to flash\config\plugins\dockerMan\templates-user and then post your my-handbrake.xml here or direct message me.
  4. When you say " I did a test and noticed it was not using nVidia" what do you mean? You have to select the nvidia codec in order for it to use the Nvidia GPU.
  5. Not only the instructions for installing the nvidia plugin, but setting the UUID as well. The Handbrake template already includes the runtime and "NVIDIA_VISIBLE_DEVICES" so just ensure you haven't adjusted those.
  6. dee31797


    There's no way to disable the webserver/VNC server but with so little resources it uses there's really no reason to do so. If you're worried about outside access the best bet is to not assign any ports to the container, you can just delete those entries from the container config in the WebGUI. If you're still set on not running the webserver/VNC servers, I recommend not bothering with prebuilt containers and just building your own locally. Save the following text to a file called "Dockerfile" FROM debian RUN apt-get update && \ apt-get install intel-gpu-tools bash -y && \ rm -rf /var/lib/apt/lists/* /tmp/* /var/tmp/* Change directory to where the Dockerfile is saved and run the cli command: docker build -t myfavdockerimage . That will create your customized docker image. Replace "myfavdockerimage" with whatever you want the name to be. Now whenever you want to run your image from CLI: docker run --rm -ti --privileged=true --device /dev/dri:/dev/dri myfavdockerimage intel_gpu_tools
  7. No worries, glad you got it going and enjoy
  8. Thank you. According to that paste the virt manager docker does run, what do you mean by "its just that the virt manager docker does not run"?  Edit: When you go to the container's webui at the port you've selected (default 7800), click connect SSH to unraid's IP address, what happens then?
  9. Go to the docker tab in Unraid's WebGUI and start the virt-manager container, click the white button under "LOG" and post that text here.
  10. No commands, but you do have to enable VMs under Unraid Webui -> settings -> VMSettings
  11. Install netcat-openbsd via NerdPack, connect to Unraid IP address with SSH, same username & password as unraid webui.
  12. dee31797


    It's in CA now, let me know if you have any issues.
  13. That's all I do, then I connect to libvirt with SSH, same username & password as unraid webui.