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  1. @teh0wner Yeah i did end up fixing it! I tried using the passphrase and putting it on a file which did not work. Turns out that it was something with the ending of the file and the formatting as well. Easiest way to get it all correct is to do the following command on whatever machine you want the keyfile: echo "insert passphrase here" > keyfile This will ensure the correct format and ending in the file.
  2. @teh0wner i did end up fixing it! What i did was putting the passphrase in a text file on my dns server and make my unraid server retrieve it at every boot meaning that if it ever was taken away from here it wouldn't decrypt the disks. I did this using some scripts for adding a ssh key to my server at every boot and another script that uses said key to retrieve the passphrase file with passwordless rsync. DM me if you want a more in depth guide
  3. I wanted to set this up and reverse proxy it through my letsencrypt docker, which works for about a minute and then i get an Error 502. Is this because of the build in nginx proxy?
  4. @bonienl Has this changed since @SpaceInvaderOne made his video? He was using a passphrase and unraid generated a keyfile from that afterwards. But i can not get it to do the same on mine though.
  5. @Fma965 have you seen this? https://github.com/ka87/cpsumon I know it is probably a bit out of the scope, but seems like it is working with the AXi family. A guy posted about it on the opencorsairlink issues: https://github.com/audiohacked/OpenCorsairLink/issues/34 for anyone else who wants to read data from a AX series PSU using https://github.com/ka87/cpsumon if, like me, your usb device is missing you just need to bind the driver. you need to bind the driver: lsusb -t you'll see output similar to this: root@RIG1:~/cpsumon# lsusb -t /: Bus 04.Port 1: Dev 1, Class=root_hub, Driver=xhci_hcd/2p, 10000M /: Bus 03.Port 1: Dev 1, Class=root_hub, Driver=xhci_hcd/2p, 480M /: Bus 02.Port 1: Dev 1, Class=root_hub, Driver=xhci_hcd/10p, 5000M /: Bus 01.Port 1: Dev 1, Class=root_hub, Driver=xhci_hcd/16p, 480M |__ Port 6: Dev 2, If 0, Class=Vendor Specific Class, Driver=rt2800usb, 480M |__ Port 11: Dev 3, If 0, Class=Vendor Specific Class, Driver=cp210x, 12M only your Driver=cp210x will probably just say Driver=, 12M you need to bind /dev/ttyUSB0 with the driver using the following command: echo -n "1-11:1.0" > /sys/bus/usb/drivers/cp210x/bind 1-11:1.0 was my case because the device is on bus 1 port 11, substitute your bus / port number in place of my "1-11" i also had to do echo -n "1-11:1.0" > /sys/bus/usb/drivers/cp210x/unbind then echo -n "1-11:1.0" > /sys/bus/usb/drivers/cp210x/bind again before the device would answer. then you device will appear in /dev/ttyUSB0 then you can use the command ~/cpsumon# ./cpsumoncli /dev/ttyUSB0 Corsair AXi Series PSU Monitor (c) 2014 Andras Kovacs - andras@sth.sze.hu Dongle name: USB to SMB Bridge (Firmware by Ross Fosler) Dongle version: 0.9 PSU type: AX1200i Fan mode: Auto Fan speed: 0.00 RPM Temperature: 43.75 °C Voltage: 236.50 V Current: 2.42 A Input power: 566.39 W Output power: 538.00 W Efficiency: 94.99 % PCIe 00 Rail: 11.92 V, 0.00 A, 0.00 W, OCP enabled (Limit: 0.00 A) PCIe 01 Rail: 11.97 V, 0.00 A, 0.00 W, OCP enabled (Limit: 39.94 A) PCIe 02 Rail: 11.97 V, 0.00 A, 0.00 W, OCP enabled (Limit: 39.94 A) PCIe 03 Rail: 11.91 V, 0.00 A, 0.00 W, OCP enabled (Limit: 40.00 A) PCIe 04 Rail: 11.97 V, 0.00 A, 0.00 W, OCP enabled (Limit: 39.94 A) PCIe 05 Rail: 11.97 V, 12.75 A, 151.00 W, OCP enabled (Limit: 39.94 A) PCIe 06 Rail: 11.97 V, 7.12 A, 86.00 W, OCP enabled (Limit: 39.94 A) PCIe 07 Rail: 11.97 V, 11.75 A, 139.00 W, OCP enabled (Limit: 39.94 A) ATX Rail: 11.97 V, 0.00 A, 0.00 W, OCP enabled (Limit: 40.00 A) Peripheral Rail: 11.95 V, 15.06 A, 179.00 W, OCP enabled (Limit: 40.00 A) 5V Rail: 5.05 V, 0.00 A, 0.00 W 3.3V Rail: 3.28 V, 0.00 A, 0.00 W