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  1. I'm trying to create a simple method to switch between 2 operating systems which share a common GPU. I created 2 scripts in script editor to shut down the working operating system and boot the other. However I don't want the user to access the unraid GUI. Is it possible to run these scripts from the operating system vm interface by clicking an icon?
  2. Try installing Bruteforce then go to settings and whitelist the gateway. Else install a pfsense vm and move your router onto that. (Last option not a 5 minute job)
  3. Are you using unraid and the linuxserver.io docker? abc user is relevant to that. other setups use a different username which slips me atm. It might be worth getting it out of maintenance mode. if abc doesn't work go to the config.php file and there will be a line for maintenance mode in there. set it to false or "0" then restart. It might give you the opportunity to have another go. What version are you on? and what are you trying to update to? One of the traps is to update the docker before you update nextcloud itself. Docker at some point updates to a later version of php which nextc
  4. Not at the moment, but I see them as potentially useful. Why take them out? How much overhead does it add to the system? I guess if they were removed, if the function could be available as an addin if needed?
  5. Care to share steps with us? In my case it is my main nextcloud database. Mysql support is going away, so I want to get it right. Or I will guess. 1/ Backup mysql database 2/ Load mariadb docker and point to nextcloud store 3/ Import mysql database into mariadb. Couldn't be that simple could it? Are there any other steps needed. If it fell apart, could I simply turn the mysql docker back on and back to square 1? Help appreciated...
  6. I have a system using a ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC. PRIME X370-PRO motherboard. Bios version 5603 Ryzen 7 2700 processor 16gb ram 1 x 4tb wd red parity 1 x 1tb wd re4 drive 2 x 4tb wd red drive 1 x 2tb wd green (i think) drive. 2 x Samsung evo860 500gb cache drives Power supply is a coolermaster masterwatt 650. It runs a windows 10 vm passed through to a nVidia geforce gt1030 (The bios for the GT1030 was extracted from the same device.) and Nextcloud/Collabora and associated dockers. Once every 7 to 1
  7. It is important that you route everything through proxynet, as per spaceinvader. If that fails you could set up a pfsense router in a unraid vm. Bridge the modem and pfsense does the rest. You will need an extra ethernet port for WAN in the unraid server for the internet side of the Pfsense VM. You have to set up statics on unraid so it is available before pfsense kicks in. If you have a VOIP phone line on the router, that will stop when you bridge it. A possible solution is to bridge another modem and hang the voip modem off the lan to act as a phone only.
  8. I'm a bit lazy. I always go the GUI first, then resort to the console when/if it falls apart. The other gottcha is in some updates, you might have to go to the mariadb console to fix the database, but that's a different topic.
  9. More on upgrading via the gui. Start the upgrade. For me, it usually times out during the backup process. Back arrow button the browser to the settings screen. The backup process is still happening. Wait for a bit, the press update again. When ready, it should resume at the download step. The same may happen again for download so go back and wait. It will most likely go to almost the last step now. Don't go back after it enters maintenance mode. if you do, you will be going to the console to get it back. If it times out on the last step, just w
  10. I presume you are talking about updating nextcloud itself vs updating the docker in unraid. I'm also going to guess you are going to v21 from 20 In unraid open a console from the nextcloud icon Then run these commands one at a time. sudo -u abc php /config/www/nextcloud/occ db:add-missing-indices sudo -u abc php /config/www/nextcloud/occ db:convert-filecache-bigint sudo -u abc php /config/www/nextcloud/occ db:add-missing-columns sudo -u abc php /config/www/nextcloud/occ db:add-missing-primary-keys Then sudo -u abc php /config/www/nextcloud/occ main
  11. Nextcloud icon when you create a share in windows client. When you create a share with the client, it changes the icon to the nextcloud logo. Is there a way to leave the default icon unchanged? eg the folder icon remains a standard folder icon.