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  1. Thanks so much saarg. Pretty standard rookie mistakes but I'm learning so much from guys like you. Thanks for the support! It runs as expected!
  2. Ah that sound logical. In the deprecated habridge docker that was not the case. I've changed it and will try it out this evening. Thank you!
  3. Ok, that was one dumb failure of me...in my other scripts I have #!/bin/bash at the beginning... Now some more content to explain my last problem to get this working again: I've got the following scripts to enable and disable my ambilight based on hyperion on my TV: on.sh #!/bin/bash ssh pi@192.168.1.111 "sudo systemctl start hyperion" which enables the ambilight. off.sh #!/bin/bash ssh pi@192.168.1.111 "sudo systemctl stop hyperion" which disables the ambilight. These work from the commandline of the habridge docker. I've copied the SSL keys to the ambilight raspi and all works well. But with the below config the scripts are not executed properly. Does someone have a clue what I'm missing here? Thanks in advance!
  4. I posted the script as a picture in the initial post...and yes, it is executable.
  5. Has no one an idea? This kind of script ran without a problem on the aptalca/docker...
  6. Hello, still trying to make things work. I'm simply trying to call a script in the folder /configs/scripts/ But I get the following error: The script contains the following content and does work when I execute it from the container's console: Thanks in advance!
  7. Hello there, I need ssh inside the console. But I can't install the openssh-server. Is there a possibility to install it? I want to ssh into a raspberry pi which works as an ambilight. Thanks in advance!
  8. I'm interested too. Was anyone able to pin the CCDs to one Windows 10 VM without stuttering?
  9. I've been part of the community for almost a year now and what can I say? I haven't seen a better online community yet! Please keep up the good work!
  10. Absolutly. The system will stand between the SOC systems like the J4105 boards and an i3 8100 performancewise. It will combine the low power consumption and the benefits of a "fullsize" platform. If you want to go crazy with many docker containers I recommend to go with 16GB RAM. You won't see any difference in a reallife cenario between a G5500 and a G5600. -> https://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Intel-Pentium-Gold-G5600-vs-Intel-Pentium-Gold-G5500/m469126vsm484140
  11. And I tried all plex dockers this evening to prove your point! Emby it is then! Thank you anyways!
  12. Which docker do you use? Sounds very interesting with the P-states!
  13. Yeah, I visited the emby community yesterday to check out how far the development of a good emby image for the raspi has come and remembered how active that community and especially "luke" is. It's really good. Comparable to the unraid community.
  14. Yeah, I'm on aptalca's side. I switched from emby to plex because it had a much better transcoding performance two years back. But it seems that this lead is no longer there. I'll be testing the next week and compare the two...