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  1. I don't think that is it, I haven't had any failed logins. I checked the pwfail folder and it's empty. I tried changing the IP it still did not let me in. I thought something might be blocking the MAC address rather than IP, so I changed the MAC address and still had no luck getting the web gui to load.
  2. So my normal daily driver laptop seems to have one NIC blocked from accessing any of the web pages, GUI and dockers. The built in NIC works fine, so does the wireless, but the Dell WD19TB dock ethernet is not able to access unRAID anymore. Chrome just spins and spins. My other computers in the house seem to be fine, same with the phones. It's just this specific NIC on this one computer which has stopped being able to open any web pages on the unRAID box. I've swapped cables, changed routers, changed switches, changed IPs. The only thing that works for this computer is to move the Ethernet cable to the onboard NIC or use wifi. Any ideas?
  3. Let me rephrase. I understand that this docker is just repackaging the released files from Ubiquiti. This support thread has many people saying current 6.x versions are unstable, not to use them, and to stick with 5.x or 5.y... The second post says not to use the :latest tag as it is often broken or buggy. I wanted to know if there is an accepted version 6.0.34 or greater which is considered stable enough to be used? I ask because I used a Cloud Key Gen2 with the current firmware and seemingly had no issues. Not a huge amount of time on it, but it seemed to work fine.
  4. Will this be updated to be stable enough to work with the new v6 needed for the Unifi 6 lite?
  5. Good to know. I did that and it works just as you said. I just created a couple and I see that it fixes the permissions.
  6. I copied the folder with Krusader which set the files to nobody instead of root. Now it works. It looks like it's running as foundry/users but creating folders as root/root?
  7. I've had this working for a week or so while I messed with it and imported a bunch of data. That has all worked. Today I created a new world to actually start bringing in data for one of my current games. I can't import anything and it looks like permissions are wrong. The testing folder is the one I created after install. The other two world folders (and all subfolders) have incorrect permissions. Any ideas how to fix it?
  8. I've replaced my gaming system with a new MSI GS66 laptop and I'm planning to repurpose it into an Unraid server. I'll be using it for Plex, Sonarr, Radarr, Torrents, light VMs. What do you think is the best way to reuse my older gear? Intel I7-6700k (OC to 4.5ghz) 32gb RAM 500gb Intel 600 SSD (NVMe) 1tb Intel 750 SSD (NVMe) 4x 12tb WD Reds (brand new, shucked) Nvidia Geforce 1070 Deep Silence 1 case Noctua NH-D15 I'm replacing an older i5 with 10x 3tb drives on Windows server 2019 and Drivepool mirroring everything.
  9. Thanks for the help. I was hoping I'd be able to make use of my gear. I also forgot to mention I have an extra Dell Perc 6i that I can hook the 1tb drives into if it makes any difference. It was what I ran with the 1tb drives prior to upgrading to 3tb drives.
  10. I'm replacing my old WHS server with unRAID at some point soon and I'd like some advice on the best manner to use my hard drives. The primary use behind this is as a host for Plex, SABnzbd, Sickbeard, uTorrent, and general NAS'ish functions like backup storage. As Plex transcoding is a major function I'll use a year old Asus P9P67 Deluxe, Intel i72600k, and 8gb RAM. For the NIC I have the onboard Intel, onboard Broadcom, or I have a couple Intel PCI-express Pro 1000GT's I can use. The hardware may be overkill, but it's a gaming desktop that will be replaced with a more mobile gaming laptop for roaming around the house. I also have an Intel i3 2120 I could use in place of the i7. As for storage I have 4 new Seagate 3tb (model ST3000DM001-9YN166), 2x 1tb Samsung HD103UJ, 1x 1tb WDEAVS (green 8mb cache), 1x 1tb WDEARS (green 32mb cache, and an older 120 WD1200 10k rpm Raptor (SATA 150), plus a pile of old 250gb or less. What would be the best use of my existing hardware and is there anything I need to make it better?