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  1. I get this error message when I try to re-install it: root@localhost:# /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix.docker.manager/scripts/docker run -d --name="plex" --net="host" -e TZ="America/New_York" -e HOST_OS="unRAID" -e "VERSION"="docker" -e "NVIDIA_VISIBLE_DEVICES"="" -e "TCP_PORT_32400"="32400" -e "TCP_PORT_3005"="3005" -e "TCP_PORT_8324"="8324" -e "TCP_PORT_32469"="32469" -e "UDP_PORT_1900"="1900" -e "UDP_PORT_32410"="32410" -e "UDP_PORT_32412"="32412" -e "UDP_PORT_32413"="32413" -e "UDP_PORT_32414"="32414" -e "PUID"="99" -e "100"="100" -v "/mnt/user/Media/":"/movies":rw -v "/mnt/user/Media/":"/tv":rw -v "":"/music":rw -v "":"/transcode":rw -v "/mnt/user/appdata/plex":"/config":rw linuxserver/plex /usr/bin/docker: Error response from daemon: invalid volume spec ":/music:rw": invalid volume specification: ':/music:rw'. See '/usr/bin/docker run --help'. The command failed. u/ritonlajoie on reddit said: Look at your -v arguments they are wrong. It should be -v "/xxx:/yyy", not -v "/xxx":"/yyy". Your double quotes are wrong im so lost.
  2. ok, thank you. bigboss-diagnostics-20190612-1007.zip
  3. Hi all, I was watching something on Plex last night before bed, when all of a sudden it stopped. I logged in to UnRaid to find that the docker for plex (and only that docker) had disappeared. All shares are fine, no data loss, unraid machine never went offline. I am totally unsure how this happened, the only changes I've recently made is to get a new router. Maybe plex tried to update and something happened? Also tried re-installing and was not able to do so. Im really lost. I've included some screen shots.
  4. I would like your guys input on what I suspect is a simple fix, total noob here. I am trying to set an unassigned device in this case a SSD, to serve as my music drive for my Plex server. I am not able to find the drive path within Plex and I am unsure how to fix it.. I have attached pics of my settings, please if anyone could help it would be tremendous.
  5. THAT WORKED! I am currently clearing the two drives I had ready.. I followed your "Alternative steps" and went to main page, clicked on flash and at the bottom I saw this, in the image below.. While your post mentions EFI boot, something I did not find. UEFI and EFI same thing? I set my BIOS to match that and BOOM! I also tried various versions of option A, but no luck, after that I reset the BIOS settings and tried option B. Hopefully everything is right and things go smooth going forward as I add disks to array. Gentlemen, how do I buy you a beer? Thank you!
  6. PXE and Boot order: There Are no other choices for this option. Only thing that is changleble on blue menu is Show Setup Prompt and Setup Menu Wait Time.
  7. Yes that is correct. I am happy to provide all the pictures necessary to solve this hiccup. Let me know if there is any additional images I can provide, and thank you for your help! Here is the Error as it displays after power up, with any SATA disk plugged in and powered. Boot order USB Config in BIOS The one SATA drive that is plugged in, have tried it with other drives and multiple drives at ones, same error. Successful Boot Up Logged in UnRaid on local network machine.
  8. Yes I have double checked, triple checked, in the bios the USB is the 1st boot device. The motherboard is a MSI X99A Raider, released August 29, 2014.
  9. Good points.. I did try all SATA ports on MOBO with a HDD that I know 100% works. The disk is recognized in the BIOS, as were other HDD's. But when I boot to UnRaid, I get the error "peter anvin et al boot error"
  10. Hello everybody, New UnRaid user here, I am in the process of getting things started. I managed to get UnRaid 6.4 working, however I am unable to get any of my drives to show up or more accurately, I am unable to boot to UnRaid while any of my HDD's are plugged in to MOBO. Instead I get the "peter anvin et al boot error". I have played around with boot settings in BIOS, I have tried numerous HDD's, tried the same HDD's in my daily machine (work fine), different Sata power and data cables, and different sata port on MOBO. My bios is set to default with only change is boot order to make sure 1st boot option is UnRaid flash drive. Machine specs are: MSI X99A Raider mobo, with a Intel Core i7-5820K (no oc), 8 GB of RAM, a Season 650 PSU.. I have run out of ideas and not sure how to tackle this problem. I am fairly new to UnRaid and a total noob when it comes to Linux. Please help.