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  1. Hi All I'm running 6.7.0 Update 3 (Build 17167734) using a CPU E5-2650L v3 processor. I'm booting USB using PlopKExec.
  2. Thanks for the info guys, I was using the old nvidia driver but it was removed. I have now installed the new supported version
  3. Thanks for the info, I tried the the apps and got the following error: root@localhost:# /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix.docker.manager/scripts/docker run -d --name='binhex-plex' --net='host' --cpuset-cpus='0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7' --privileged=true -e TZ="Europe/London" -e HOST_OS="Unraid" -e 'TRANS_DIR'='/config/transcode' -e 'UMASK'='000' -e 'PUID'='99' -e 'PGID'='100' -v '/mnt/user':'/media':'rw' -v '/mnt/user/appdata/binhex-plex':'/config':'rw' --runtime=nvidia --log-opt max-size=50m --log-opt max-file=1 'binhex/arch-plex' docker: Error response from daemon: Unknown runtime specified nvidia. See 'docker run --help'. The command failed. where can I remove the nvidia runtime? UPDATE: I clicked on advance view and remove it. Thanks a lot for your help
  4. So OK I'm upgraded to 6.9 and installed the new nvidia plugin. Plex docker would not run so I removed the legacy nvidia enteries I had added: I clicked apply and then *poof* the docker image was gone! 1. Where are my setting stored? Can to make a copy before I make any changes. 2. Can I reinstall / re-download the docker again? Will it overwrite my current settings? Why did it happen?
  5. Looks like 6.9 is broken under ESXi You might want to hold off upgrading. Mine just hangs.
  6. I added my local server to the "Addresses for the proxy to ignore" but made no difference. Also my "Bypass Proxy for Local Addresses" was already enabled. UPDATE, I take it back, its seems to be working, its a case of WTF???
  7. Sonarr reports the following: HTTP Error - Res: [GET] http://not.telling.you:8080/api?mode=queue&start=0&limit=0&apikey=(removed)&output=json: 503.ServiceUnavailable however running http://not.telling.you:8080/api?mode=get_config&apikey=_specialkey_&output=json displays the usual json enteries
  8. Hi All Anyone else has issues with sabnzbdvpn? Both Radarr and Sonarr are reporting they can't connect. Checking the sabnzbdvpn log file, nothing is jumping out at me, all seems fine. I even forced a re-download of sabnzbdvpn with the same result. It worked on Sunday but stopped working yesterday.
  9. As I understand it - ESXi still has to load drivers for the hardware so it knows what to do, passthough for example.
  10. Hi All I decided to treat my box to some more memory and as part of my tinkering I have been looking at installing esxi 7.0. My problem is that 7.0 no longer supports my IBM 1015 (flashed as a LSI2008 in IT mode) which got me to thinking, my main reason for running esxi host was for for windoze, mac and linux vm's. I'm using the plopkexec.iso method to boot into unraid so in theory I can boot directly into unraid by simply changing my boot preference. My system still works perfectly well running 6.7 and unraid as a vm. I suppose my question is do I need ESXi or can unraid do everything I want vm wise?
  11. Hi Guys Due some issues with a Rust Docker I want to give it its own IP, however I only have "None", "Bridge" or "Host" in the network selection. Under docker: Should I enable DHCP pool? If so what class so I give it? (Never could work out sub class range) My IP as you can see is 192.168.1.0/24 Under Network: What am I doing wrong/missing? Thanks Paul
  12. DUH! Thanks for pointing that out to me, Oh well at least I got it working
  13. Now this is scary! After weeks of swearing, uninstalling, reinstalling I only just got it working last night myself. As Masteraero reported you have to change the folder location not just in the docker template but in config section of sabnzbdvpn. Here’s what worked for me: Sonarr, radarr and sabnzbdvpn all need the same data path. Initially BinHex’s example documentation threw me off, both sonarr and radarr both speak of media data looking at a sabnzbdvpn watched folder and sabnzbdvpn just speaks of data pointing to a totally different path. For me using OMV5 I used the following entry for data in all three dockers: -v /srv/dev-disk-by-label-OM5data/data:/data \ (/srv/dev-disk-by-label- is the default path for usb mounted drives in OMV5) Finally going into sabnzbdvpn: SABnzbd Config -> Folders and changing both the Complete and incomplete folder paths to start with /data/ got them all working and seeing each other. Thanks to Masteraero for the confirmation and BinHex for the excellent dockers. By copy to BinHex your documentation for sabnzbdvpn under the AirVpn example points 3,4 and 5 speaks of delugevpn, should that not be sabnzbdvpn? 😊
  14. Slightly off topic, I'm trying to get both arch-sabnzbdvpn and arch-sonarr running on OpenMediaVault 5. Both Dockers are running but I am having problems trying to get them to see the same download folder. Sabnzbdvpn config: /config > /srv/dev-disk-by-label-OM5data/appdata/sabnzbdvpn/config /data > /srv/dev-disk-by-label-OM5data/media Sonarr config: /data > /srv/dev-disk-by-label-OM5data/media /config > /srv/dev-disk-by-label-OM5data/appdata/sonarr/config /media > /srv/dev-disk-by-label-OM5data/media Both apps start and seem to be working, however Sabnzbdvpn keeps creating the Downloads folder in config folder section and then of course Sonarr can't see it. Am I missing something? How can I get them to see the same folder.
  15. Thanks for the update guys, to be honest I'm no expert with Docker, still learning. I thought the container was not depended on the host but from looking at hub.docker.com the containers I want to pull ( Bin-Hex's for example) are marked for Linux and x86-64 only. With that in mind I might move away from using a Raspberry Pi. I might dig out an old laptop and see what I can do (Unbuntu Mate min image with docker). I've also been playing with Portainer and it looks like along the lines of what I want but also trying to get comfy with CLI of Docker. *Update* in theory Ain't Raspbian an Arm flavour of Debian? So I could pull Linux containers...