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  1. Sorry mate, my log is clean now - I'm unsure as to which side needed fixing... Cheers Stefan
  2. I'm also getting a lot of errors, but it does update every now and then...
  3. I just updated today and I'm still unable to just open the webui from the unraid gui in Firefox - opens just fine in Edge Chromium. I've cleared the browser cache, what else should I try?
  4. Thanks for the updated config files, worked perfectly for me. Where am I supposed to add the default phone region though? I've created a "phone.config.php" file in "/config" next to the other files, but I still get the error. The content is: <?php $CONFIG = array ( 'default_phone_region' => 'DE', ); What am I doing wrong? Cheers Stefan
  5. Do any of you have a working docker for FR24 (and possibly more) feeding as of right now?
  6. So... how do I get this to even download? It worked a couple of weeks ago (but the feeders didn't), but now when I try to download via CommApps I just get this root@localhost:# /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix.docker.manager/scripts/docker run -d --name='shoginn-dump1090' --net='bridge' -e TZ="Europe/Berlin" -e HOST_OS="Unraid" -p '30002:30002/tcp' -p '30005:30005/tcp' --device='/dev/bus/usb/001/006' --cap-add=SYS_NICE 'shoginn/dump1090:latest' Unable to find image 'shoginn/dump1090:latest' locally /usr/bin/docker: Error response from daemon: pull access denied for shoginn/du
  7. I... seem to remember doing a full restore from recovery from my old Synology...?? Actually, you know what, that may be BS. I think the last time I used it was when switching Macbooks, and a USB-HDD may have been involved... In that case this whole discussion is pointless Thanks for pointing that out to me
  8. All the guides I've read mention the need to mount that SMB share after login, which may work for a stationary iMac, but not for a Macbook that is on different networks all the time... I hadn't thought of that, it will of course not only add a few files, but also alter existing ones... TBH, my usage case for TM is as a last resort system restore kinda thing. I've never used it to restore some random file I deleted, but only twice to restore my Macbook fully (in 4 years). For that usage I believe the network restore part from MacOS recovery to be mor
  9. Thanks for the input, I hadn't thought of this before. This would necessitate retiring the SSD as the cache drive, correct? Would it make sense to just enable the Cache for the timemachine drive (in the array) instead? This would add it to the parity again, but at least it would only spin up that drive once a day, when the mover kicks in (the parity isn't queried for the reads during a backup cycle, correct??) Cheers
  10. Hey guys, I'm still new to unRAID, so bear with me I have a pretty simple setup so far (see my Sig.) The 1TB drive I use for timemachine is a very quiet 2.5" drive - which is important because my server is basically in my kitchen The main 4TB drive is a much more audible 3.5" drive. I am now looking into getting a second 4TB drive for parity. Issue: If I keep the 1TB drive in the array (as it is right now), it would spin up the parity disk for the hourly timemachine backups, which I don't feel needs parity protection anyway. So I tho
  11. Yes, you can do this, it's quite simple. a) do NOT copy/move the key files, they need to stay on their original USB stick. The USB stick has an internal serial number that the license is bound to! b) - copy the config folder off your Pro/Plex USB stick (all the server settings, plugin and docker settings are there) to your Desktop - create a separate, new USB stick for your new Plus/Plex server - copy the backup you created in step 1 (on your Desktop) to the new Plus/Plex Stick (the config folder) -> your Plex server should now be running with a
  12. Hey guys, I upgraded from 6.3.5 just after release, 0 problems so far. Love nginx and SSL, thanks! Cheers Stefan