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  1. Think you've just answered a question I came here to ask - I wondered why there were loads of files missing from my synced folders - checked the log to see: "This computer isn't linked to any Dropbox account... Please visit https://www.dropbox.com/cli_link_nonce?nonce=BLAHBLAHBLAH to link this device." But I guess I need to add "re-link Dropbox" to my Reboot process! Cheers, Nate
  2. Firstly - love this plugin! Absolute god send. Quick question - I've got a few custom tabs set up and working (Krusader, Sonarr, Radarr & Plex) - but for some reason, the SabNZBd WebUI simply does not appear using http://192.168.1.1:8080/ - I just get a blank iframe. Am I missing something obvious? Cheers, Nate
  3. The choice of disks is not an issue as (from my understanding) the SAS backplane will accept SATA drives - plus we've got a box full of SAS drives in the office that are free for scavenging. My boss is almost positive that there's a box here somewhere I can scavenge not RAM from - which could bump it a fair bit. I don't expect it to be very quiet or energy efficient. Noise isn't an issue as it'll live in my server cab in my home office. I think I'm probably going to give it a go with the free license and use it to cut my teeth on. By the time I grow out of it, our swathe of HP Proliant microservers should be ready for decommissioning [emoji41] Nate Sent from my SM-G930F using Tapatalk
  4. We've recently decommissioned one of these in the office and it's destined for the scrapheap - so I wondered if it would be any good as an unRaid box? Specs Processors: 2 x Quad-Core Intel® Xeon® 5300 Memory: 2 x 2GB (Supports up to 48GB of DDR2 667MHz) Hard Drives: None (But I have 2 x 2TB Seagate Barracuda 7200rpm disks in my drawer, with plans to purchase/acquire several more for this project) Drive Bays: Currently has 8 X Hot Swap SAS/SATA bays (with SAS backplanes) and 3 x 5.25" drive bays Power Supply: 2 x 930W PSU (with hot-swap redundancy) Networking: 2 x Broadcom NetXtreme II™ 5708 Gigabit2 Ethernet NIC with fail-over and load balancing Use Case I'm not looking for anything to set the world alight - I'm simply looking for something that will serve as a NAS / Media Tank for my ever-growing library of ripped discs and lossless audio collection. If it's able to act as an NVR for a few as-of-yet-unpurchased IP CCTV cameras - then great! Cheers, Nate