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  1. High everyone, I tried following @SpaceInvaderOne's steps from his video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YWT4oOz2VK8 I am doing all of this from my girlfriend's 2011 MacBook Pro running OS X 10.7 It seems her version of Mac OS is too old to even make the High Sierra image bootable : when I open the "Install creator", I select the image and the destination but when I click the button it doesn't do anything. No prompt, nothing. How can I get the image to be bootable then please? Thank you in advance.
  2. I think it's redirected though? I just tried to go to myip:444 on my smartphone not through WiFi so as to access from outside the network. But it does not work either.
  3. I'm trying to setup my Nextcloud to work with Letsencrypt. (disclaimer : I am very new to this. Willing to learn but the learning curve seems a bit steep...) The problem I am facing is that I have forwarded the needed ports in my router and setup everything as explained in this video : Yet, I cannot access my Nextcloud. In the logs of Letsencrypt, there is the following content : I've read different posts on different websites and I think I am supposed to add a file or folder somewhere but I didn't understand what and where (it was related to a folder named something along "well-known acme") When trying to access nextcloud from outside the network, I am getting a timeout error. Could you please help me out? I'm having a hard time figuring out what this means and what I'm supposed to do to solve it. Thank you in advance
  4. Okay but I dont understand why when I create a new docker image it goes to the cache disk since I have set the app data to go to the appdata for which I have disabled the cache. Is it related to this path? If so, where should it be?
  5. I might be doing this wrong but... I don't seem to be able to free the space from the cache drive. Here are the steps I went through : I stopped my Docker apps (I only have 3). I went to the settings ==> Docker ==> disabled Docker. Deleted the Docker Image Tried to invoque the Mover
  6. I am very interested in this feature as well! But apparently none of the topics similar to yours have received any answer... like this one :
  7. You are right! Apparently it's the Docker image that's filling all this space. How can I get it out of that disk? None of my Docker containers require fast storage and I'd rather have these 32 GB of cache than a super-fast loading drive monitoring Docker container ? I'll try to set my user shares properly then! Thank you!
  8. Hello everyone I'm facing two issues with my unRAID cache SSD. It's a 32GB SSD I had bought to use as a cache-drive with Intel's SRT (or RST, I always mix them up) for my 2TB drive in my Windows computer. But now I'm trying to use it as a cache drive for my unRAID drive array and for some reason : it's already almost full at launch, before writing anything to the array : Say I'd like to write large files to my array from my other computer. It will start writing at good speeds (thanks to the SSD) until it is full and the copying will simply stall, instead of going slowly at regular HDD write speeds. Any clue why it's acting like this?
  9. Hello everyone, I'm having a slightly different issue. When I access the community app library to browse it, it takes a VERY long time to load the first page (about 2 minutes). Alternatively, I get this error message : This persisted when passing from 6.4.1 to 6.5 (stable) Switching to legacy mode didn't change a thing. Previously, it used to take only one or two seconds to load the same page.
  10. Alright! Thank you for your reply. Hum... So there is basically no other solution right?
  11. Hello everyone, I've seen a few (very) old topics including statements that a share size limit was under development. Yet, I have not found this feature in my new (and first) unRAID system. Time Machine is great because it is very simple to setup. But the problem is that it only overwrites old backups with new ones when there is not enough space left to write a new one without overwriting old ones. So this means it could potentially fill-up all the disks of the share. Of course you can setup a minimum free space but this is not really what I'm looking for since the disk is also used by other shares. How can I limit the size without having to plan on how I use the free space of the disk? Thank you
  12. Hey, that just did the trick! Thanks a lot @matthope! I'm running a very light setup right now, with just a G4560 on a Z170 Pro Gaming AC motherboard, 8GB of RAM and a USB 3.0 extension card. Nothing to brag about but thanks to you it's now working just fine
  13. Hi @matthope, Thank you for your tutorial. I am very new to unRAID, to Linux too. I'm quite confused about my Syslinux file. Here is what mine looks like : default menu.c32 menu title Lime Technology, Inc. prompt 0 timeout 50 label unRAID OS menu default kernel /bzimage append vfo-pci.ids=1912:0014 initrd=/bzroot label unRAID OS GUI Mode kernel /bzimage append initrd=/bzroot,/bzroot-gui label unRAID OS Safe Mode (no plugins, no GUI) kernel /bzimage append initrd=/bzroot unraidsafemode label unRAID OS GUI Safe Mode (no plugins) kernel /bzimage append initrd=/bzroot,/bzroot-gui unraidsafemode label Memtest86+ kernel /memtest Am I supposed to make it like this? It didn't boot when applied so I had to go back to the above. default menu.c32 menu title Lime Technology, Inc. prompt 0 timeout 50 label unRAID OS menu default kernel /bzimage append vfo-pci.ids=1912:0014 initrd=/bzroot append pcie_acs_override=downstream vfio-pci.ids=8086:a170 modprobe.blacklist=i2c_i801,i2c_smbus label unRAID OS GUI Mode kernel /bzimage append initrd=/bzroot,/bzroot-gui label unRAID OS Safe Mode (no plugins, no GUI) kernel /bzimage append initrd=/bzroot unraidsafemode label unRAID OS GUI Safe Mode (no plugins) kernel /bzimage append initrd=/bzroot,/bzroot-gui unraidsafemode label Memtest86+ kernel /memtest Thank you in advance!
  14. Okay I might have found what was wrong. For some reason, I had not set the correct VirtIO driver folder location in the "VM Manager" settings. The iso did however show up when creating a VM which lead me to thinking that was fine. I had noticed that the interfces were set to IDE but for some reason changing them manually to SATA would (at that time) prevent me from booting the VM. I now have set the correct iso folder location in the VM Manager and now several things have changed : when creating a VM the interface settings are already on "SATA" The VM boots no problem I can install Windows on the disk once the virtio drivers are installed. Thanks anyway @bonienl