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  1. I have guac setup and it was working with one of my unraid VMs. But now I can't connect? I can connect to a real pc with guac.. But not the VM.. I can RDP into the VM just fine. Where are the logs located so I can see if there is an error connecting.. Jim
  2. I thought it was... I guess I changed it when I add more VM's... Don't want to fill up cache drive!
  3. Yeah I do... It looks like I need to move my image file to the cache drive.
  4. When I turn on a VM, all my disks spin up and stay spun up. Is this a known thing? The image file is on one disk that I would expect to stay spun up.. But the others should spin down? Thanks, Jim
  5. I did end up setting up Guac. I like that you can do 2FA. That makes me feel a little more secure.
  6. I'm getting this message any time I stop and start the VM manager. With a reboot It starts fine. But if I disable VM's and then enable VM's, libvirt doesn't start and there is nothing in the /var/log/libvirt/libvirtd.log file. Where can I look to debug this? This all started when I started playing with "Virtual Machine Wake On Lan" I'm trying (unsuccessfully) to start a VM with WOL. Now I have no idea if this is connected. I don't remember the last time I had to disable/enable the VM's And I would like to get the WOL for VM's working.. But that's a separate thread! lol Jim
  7. I, also, am having trouble getting guac to start a VM with WOL. I'm following @SpaceInvaderOne's guide on youtube and my VM won't start.
  8. I knew I vaguely remembered something! Thanks for pointing this out! I will check it out! I may have even watched it before! lol Jim
  9. I'm trying to figure out how to access some of my dockers and webpages at home from work. I'm currently using a openVPN client on my work machine and that's fine. But soon I'll have to have a new machine which won't allow any VPN software installed. So I'm trying to figure out the best way to access my home network from a webpage. So I was thinking some some sort of secure remote access to a VM from a webpage. did @SpaceInvaderOne ever do a video on that? He has so many great videos its hard to search! lol (and thanks for all those!) I'm sure there is something out there.. Like splashtop or remotePC? Thanks, Jim
  10. ha! a couple days later and the price for the 12T pro is $226!! I'm looking for a 10TB and that version is $249!! LOL why is the 12TB cheaper?
  11. I'm getting the not available with ESPHome now.
  12. Someone asked for the steps I used. So here they are., 1. download the ISO image from the Samsung website. (Link above - make sure you grab the correct image) 2. Make a bootable USB flash drive from the ISO. (I used Rufus - but I'm sure there are others) I did this on Windows. 3. If you feel paranoid, I would make sure you have a everything on your cache drive backed up. - I didn't lose data but better to be safe than sorry. 4. Shutdown Unraid. 5. Yank Unraid flash drive and put in the Samsung ISO image drive you just created. 6. boot the Samsung image and follow the prompts to update the firmware. Some folks had issues with a USB keyboard in the past. I had no issues. 7. Power down the unraid machine again 8. take out the Samsung flash drive and put back in the Unraid flash drive. 9. Power on the Unraid machine and verify you have the updated firmware.
  13. Well I just, successfully updated the firmware on both drives. Hopefully I won't see any issues with the overtemp any more. I was able to update using the ISO image burned to a flash drive. I got the image from here. It warned about possibly erasing all data but it did not do that for me. My data was intact, thank god! So now we'll see if get those overtemps again! Jim
  14. I was able to update using the ISO image on the samsung website I got it from here. It scared the hell out of me as it warned ~"This will or may erase all data" So I just did one at a time (I have two) and each were fine. No data was erased! Some folks on other website claimed that the ISO didn't work and described how to do it manually. I didn't have to go that route, thankfully...