Squazz

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  1. Can it be true that I cannot create read-only users? I created users in unRaid and set the description as needed. But even though they are set as only having read-access to a given share, they still have write access?
  2. @Josh.5 unfortunately I don't really play games anymore. It's primarily work and video-consumption that's done on my computer. I've been trying to play some CS:GO, but it seems that FPS caps at 100FPS, and I too have experienced micro-sutters from time to time. In the end CS:GO competitive was a no-go though a VM for me. So I have a bare-metal machine for that. Passing though the entire SSD, and the entire USB controller seems to give the best results too. Regarding my XML, I see no harm in you getting my XML :) <?xml version='1.0' encoding='UTF-8'?&g
  3. Is it possible to move lancache cache-data from one disk to another? Trying to do it with krusader tells me that I can't access the cache-folders
  4. Ok, I'll play a little with it, and then hope Google fixes it
  5. Just to be sure, did you try setting up a new instance from scratch, or did you log into an existing? Logging into an existing instance works for me, but new ones can't be created
  6. I'm trying to get the Google Play Music Manager docker working. Installing the image and logging in the first time works like a charm. But after logging in, I get the following message: When looking in the log, I see the following: Looking in the log it says: 2019-12-27 11:43:03,245 +0100 ERROR TId 0x14b62f5df740 Error: Domain (1) code (400) label (Bad Request) url (https://accounts.google.com/o/oauth2/programmatic_auth?email=SomeEmail@gmail.com) [ExtendedWebPage.cpp:48 ExtendedWebPage::extension()] If I navigate to the URL, I g
  7. Hi there, I'm SO SORRY for replying so late. Right now, I'm using a USB DAC for my audio. Works like a charm :) When at my computer, I'm only running a pair of headphones, no surround.
  8. I forgot to edit the template, got it working
  9. I totally understand, and I only have this problem due to me using unBalance I was hoping there was a way to tell a program "if you find any dupes on diskX, delete them", so that I was in charge of what files was removed. Guess I'll have to do it the hard way
  10. It only looks, right? There's no magic button to help one clean up?
  11. I did hear that it could do something like that, of couse I havn't tried "extended tests" yet
  12. In my case, this happened when using unBalance to scatter files from one disk to multiple others. As I see this docker could not help with looking for duplicates on the disk-level, so we know of any other docker og app that can help us with finding and deleting these duplicate files?
  13. Thank you so much everyone, I got everything up and running again
  14. Ok, that's what I thought I had just hoped there was a "restore" button
  15. Am I looking in the wrong place?
  16. I'm not sure how to use the restore function. Where should I look?
  17. How would I go around doing this?
  18. I upgraded to the release candidate because I had the problem before on version 6.6.6 Upgrading to the release candidate however gave me the error message, that I didn't have before
  19. My bad It went a little fast with that post It's the service that won't start Diagnostics: nas-diagnostics-20190210-1626.zip Image where I got the error-message
  20. I get the following error message Does anyone know what that means and what I should do about it?
  21. This is something i will have to dig deeper into at some time. Generally I havn't noticed anything alarming. But for some reason it seems CS:GO is capped at 150FPS when I'm playing it on my Win10 VM on Unraid. If I boot up on barebones I get 280+ FPS But this is the only game I have experienced it in (and the only game I play I generate 150+ FPS in) Sorry I can't give a better answer at the time of writing this
  22. I'm glad that my updates to the post is helping someone, it makes it worth the work! After your kind words, I'll continue updating the post with new info After my experience with BSODs and parity errors I'm not overclocking my memory anymore. The gains vs. the risks are not worth it to me. But yes, if you want to do a overclock, you should wait until you have all the sticks. Everything would have to be re-tested and probably reconfigured when you get the last sticks. From what I have understood, all USB sticks are fine. I'm running mine on a stick I got
  23. I lowered the speed to 2400MHz, and have now made two parity checks. The first run found a single error. The second run didn't find anything. I have yet to confirm that the errors stops coming, but for now it seems that it helped. Thanks for everything so far Edit: Yes, the errors stopped after lowering the speed
  24. It has two entries So I'll have to take a closer look and determine if its Hynix or Samsung modules