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  1. Cool! Thanks. Will wait for that then
  2. Very nice, thank you! I was just looking for this. I'm one of those that doesn't have a modem/router that has WOL function.
  3. Still trying to figure out why my temps aren't detected by the system temp plugin. When I hit detect button nothing happens. I searched the log for sensor but nothing. I have sensors.conf in /boot/config like stated and contains: chip "k8temp-pci-00c3" label temp1 "CPU Temp" label temp2 "MB Temp" If I do sensors in telnet I can see all the temps. Fan Autocontrol plugin also sees my fans. Why isn't System Temp seeing my temps?
  4. Well this just confirms I really need a new server. See my results below. Really jealous about the results I'm seeing in this topic. Though I must admit my drives are 5400rpm green drives. But didn't think they'd perform this sh*tty. Though standalone testing gives them almost 90 Mb/s each. Tunables Report from unRAID Tunables Tester v2.2 by Pauven NOTE: Use the smallest set of values that produce good results. Larger values increase server memory use, and may cause stability issues with unRAID, especially if you have any add-ons or plug-ins installed. Test | n
  5. Maybe make unmenu install as a plugin so it's even easier available for people wit also the fix included.
  6. Can anybody resolve hostnames through vpn? My router doesn't cache them. So anybody know a solution? Dnsmasq or bind I guess? But there isn't a docker for them.
  7. Can anybody help out? If you want fixed sleep times unconditionally, you can create a cron job to do this. For example # Generated sleep schedule: 0 3 * * * /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix.s3.sleep/scripts/s3_sleep -S &> /dev/null Put the above code in the file dynamix.s3.sleep.cron and save it under /boot/config/plugins/dynamix.s3.sleep This will ensure the cron job is loaded upon each system restart. To make the new cron job loaded the first time (without system restart) you can execute from command line: update_cron Use your pfsense cron job f
  8. Thank you for replying. I deleted everything to start fresh. Couldn't remove /https binding at first configuration since the remove button was greyed out. After first config I removed the binding and also set the TARGET_DIR variable to / so that owncloud would show right away. Why would you want it to start as /owncloud? Then it worked! So it was the https binding. I ran into another problem though. After first time setup I choose to use the included mariadb. But now owncloud only displays an error that /usr/share/webapps/owncloud/data is readable for other users and I should set 0770 permissi
  9. Excellent! I had the same issue (using /mnt/user and some more. Luckily everything is working now. I was also using /mnt/user/appdata. I deleted container and image. After that deleted the openvpn folder from appdata folder to start off fresh. @ Macester, maybe add the below to the first post for new users? Might help some. I added the OpenVPN-AS docker from the Community Applications plugin and used the following mapping: /config <-> /mnt/disk1/appdata/openvpn/ Then I opened up the OpenVPN WebGUI and changed the settings per macester his post here: Besides the abov
  10. Ashok, can you post your configuration? I'm also using mysql with my owncloud docker, so I should be able to help you out. I'm having this exact same error. I installed this docker from the community applications plugin. I used the default config except for changing the host paths per below because I have a user share appdata for docker containers. When I too go to the WebUI at it says the page is not available. The docker installed without errors and is running though. What am I doing wrong? /usr/share/webapps/owncloud/data [b]<=>[/b] /mnt/user/appdat
  11. I'm trying to get my temps showing but without luck. I've read the new wiki page and when I run sensors it shows me all the sensors. I've also made sure now that the sensors.conf file is in /boot/config/plugins/dynamix/dynamix.cfg which I just read here. Rebooted but still the DETECT button doesn't work in the System Temps plugin. The autofan plugin however detects the fans just fine. What am I doing wrong?
  12. Hope anybody still is watching this topic. I'm running unRaid v6.1-RC5 and trying to get my temps showing but without succes. I've followed everything on the wiki. Isn't there supposed to be a placeholder in the upper bar showing cpu and mb temp? At least I don't see anything. Also if I go into the Dynamix System Temp plugin and click DETECT it doesn't detect anything. The Dynamix Autofan plugin however detects the fans just fine. What am I doing wrong? If I run sensors I get: root@Tower:~# sensors k8temp-pci-00c3 Adapter: PCI adapter Core0 Temp: +45.0 C it8712-isa-0290 Adapter: IS
  13. I know I did that. This is what the complete log tells me: plugin: installing: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/theone11/serverlayout_plugin/master/serverlayout.plg plugin: downloading https://raw.githubusercontent.com/theone11/serverlayout_plugin/master/serverlayout.plg plugin: downloading: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/theone11/serverlayout_plugin/master/serverlayout.plg ... done Installing plugin... Plugin folder /boot/config/plugins/serverlayout already exists Checking existing package /boot/config/plugins/serverlayout/serverlayout-package-2015.06.15.tar.gz...