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  1. You don't need to pass in the device to the container. It really is as simple as loading the plugin to get the drivers going and then telling Frigate to use it. detectors: coral_pci: type: edgetpu device: pci
  2. Works great! Thanks for your awesome dedication! I wasn't in a rush as I could have rolled back if it was a massive issue. I usually wait a week or so typically on upgrades.
  3. Upgraded to 6.9.0 stable and I noticed the TPU drivers weren't loaded, I'm guessing an update is needed? I tried the reinstall.. plugin: installing: https://github.com/ich777/unraid-coral-driver/raw/master/coral-driver.plg plugin: downloading https://github.com/ich777/unraid-coral-driver/raw/master/coral-driver.plg plugin: downloading: https://github.com/ich777/unraid-coral-driver/raw/master/coral-driver.plg ... done ----Download is empty please contact the developer of this plugin if the----- ----------plugin has been already built against that Kernel version----------
  4. Massive thanks to @ich777 for all the hard work and getting it done quickly! I've tested it on a PCIE based Coral TPU and it works great. Stupid simple to install. While you are installing the plugin, mash the donate button on his profile and throw him a beer/coffee or two
  5. Question for the hardware pros... how do we know if the dual coral TPU board is working? I'm only seeing one in the device lists on unRaid. Maybe my mobo doesn't support the dual lanes on that adapter port? ASRrock X570 Pro4 mobo with Ryzen 5 3600
  6. I have one installed in my server but I haven't done the install process yet, I'd be happy to test.
  7. Is there a way to snag the anonymized version through the terminal login since I'd probably want to pull the logs when it is broken not with the USB ethernet attached.
  8. Running unRaid 6.7.2 stable build here. When I moved things over and fired up my machine on the ASRock X570 Pro4 mobo that has the Intel i211AT ethernet chipset I noticed I had no IP address. I checked the BIOS and couldn't find anything about ethernet, which I did find was odd. I even upgraded the BIOS and defaulted the BIOS. Same thing no ethernet found by unRaid. I threw a new copy of unRaid on another USB stick just to make sure it wasn't a software thing, still no IP address. I can see the link and activity lights on the port working though. I happened to have a little
  9. Same thing here... have several containers showing updates but there really isn't. Seems to be containers that had updates in the past few days or so.
  10. Tried this as well and worked. Updated the template and push the commit.
  11. Uploaded a short video on setting up the basics on Home Assistant with unRaid. I did it from start to show people how to quickly setup unRaid so most of you here can skip that part.
  12. Update to the new stable version planned soon? https://nzbget.net/history-latest
  13. I can't take credit for the container itself just the template to get it into unRaid easily for folks. The only issue I had with it so far is the firmware upgrades had to be done manually. I saw someone raised an issue on the docker container github but I haven't tried it again to see if it was resolved.
  14. Thanks to this thread and container I'm hooked on HomeAssistant. I've been adding quite a few containers to my war chest of containers. After testing several for a while and getting the hang of making my own templates I've decided to share the work back to make is easy on the folks using things. I'll be adding the MQTT Smartthings one soon as I myself were looking for this one in the thread. I do have the TasmoAdmin and HA-Dockermon templates going up soon if not already.