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  1. 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...
  2. Hi All Just a bit of a side track. I mainly use my Unraid for the storage of my media, family photos etc. However I might be travelling/moving so I was thinking about building a lightweight Docker/Storage unit, something that would be portable where I can store some of my media collection and pull the odd TV program and possibly host a local Plex server. I have a 4GB Raspberry PI 4 and was wondering I could use it as a media box. I love the ease of the Docker system in Unraid and was wondering if there is something like that that would run on say my pi.
  3. lspci -k -s 0c:00.0 0c:00.0 Fibre Channel: Emulex Corporation Zephyr-X LightPulse Fibre Channel Host Adapter (rev 02) DeviceName: pciPassthru3 Subsystem: Emulex Corporation Zephyr-X LightPulse Fibre Channel Host Adapter As you can see I'm running UnRaid as a VM on ESXi, and passing the hardware to UnRaid.
  4. Hi all I have been given a Zephyr-X LightPulse Fibre nic and FSP modules for my switch. looking at System Devices I can see the card: 0c:00.0 Fibre Channel: Emulex Corporation Zephyr-X LightPulse Fibre Channel Host Adapter (rev 02) I don't see it listed under my network settings. Is the card supported in Unraid?
  5. The above posts talk about not being able to change the admin password - I want to keep my current settings during an update and not having to re-setup everything and to confirm I had/have changed the admin password using the console access, in my case not only does it change my admin password my user account also seems to be disabled. I have to go into user management and reset the password and then finally re-download the client.ovpn file to my devices.
  6. Hi All QQ, every time I run an update it resets my admin account password and I have to download a new client.ovpn to my clients. Is there anyway to update without having my details reset? Thanks I.
  7. Wow, thanks the update :) I'll take a look at that.
  8. I had cut and pasted them, so I deleted them and typed them in my hand and that seems to have got it active, well kinda. The film starts and I can see Plex is transcoding via the GPU however the CPU usage is quite high. This is just one stream.
  9. Thanks for replying, yes I have a pass and from memory its encodes
  10. Just checking as that is what I have done, I've also tested with "all" and "0"
  11. Not that I have noted as yet. Did you notice any? One thing Plex is still not using the graphics card. I've made the changes to the docker NVIDIA_DRIVER_CAPABILITIES (all) and NVIDIA_VISIBLE_DEVICES (my GPU UUID) and enabled hardware transcoding in the plex menu but it still defaults to software. Do I include the whole UUID string including the start of the string "GPU-"
  12. Ohhh, I missed that, it now seems I have a Nvidia gpu in UnRaid. Thanks a lot Xaero :)
  13. I got the new card installed however I am getting the same error as with the GT710 the driver will not initialise. when I boot directly into UnRaid it works, something in ESXi is blocking even tho I have passed through the hardware.
  14. Yes, well it was recognized in Device Manager. I'm getting hold of a HP NVIDIA QUADRO P620. Will try that when it arrives.