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  1. Hi guys, I have a few linux vms created with unraid and I am struggling to find a way to type pipe(|) in terminal via unraid vnc, either the browser version of novnc or tightvnc viewer. the keyboard mapping are all default to us keyboard, they all turn '|' to '>' for either lubuntu, manjaro or mxlinux. when I ssh in, everything works just fine. Could anyone give some suggestions?
  2. correction: I retested lxde and lubuntu live cds running in a vm and I was able to run the desktop in 1920X1080 resolution via vnc. looks like it is manjaro that has problem to recognize vnc graphic card in a higher resolution.
  3. By changing it in the bios, do you mean changing resolution in the bios or changing the vm config to using ovmf instead of seaBios? If later, I cannot change it once the vm has been created and if create a new vm with ovmf, the installer won't boot to gui. How to get into bios setting in seaBios mode?
  4. try set vdisk bus to SATA if seaBIOS alone does not work.
  5. Hello everyone, I've been using unraid for storage for quite a while and recently I started trying out VMs. I created a manjaro xfce vm and tried to remote access it via vnc, the GUI performance is not great but usable. however, the monitor resolution was stuck at 1280X720, 1280X768 is available but it is more like virtual screen if set it to that resolution. I tried vmvga and qxl for video driver and got the same result. I also tried manually set resolution to 1920X1080 in manjaro vm via xrandr but did not succeed. tried noVnc and tightvnc/tigervnc viewer, same result
  6. Hi Guys, I have been using unraid for a couple of years and really enjoy it as NAS and media server. Last night when I was experimenting S3 sleep and WOL on a test machine, I noticed my /boot was gone every time it woke up. It seems the boot flash changes device name from sda to sdf for some reason. I had to manually mount the flash to /boot again to get it working. Did anyone experience the same issue? or is it a hardware thing? My test machine is very old though, it is an acer easystore h342 with 2 GB of ram, the unraid was the latest 6.3.3 with couple of up-to-date plugins.
  7. Hi Guys, I have been using unraid for a couple of years and really enjoy it as NAS and media server. Last night when I was experimenting S3 sleep and WOL on a test machine, I noticed my /boot was gone every time it woke up. It seems the boot flash changes device name from sda to sdf for some reason. I had to manually mount the flash to /boot again to get it working. Did anyone experience the same issue? or is it a hardware thing? My test machine is very old though, it is an acer easystore h342 with 2 GB of ram, the unraid was the latest 6.3.3 with couple of up-to-date plugins.