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  1. FYI it doesn't work even with just openvpn CLI, so it's definitely not on your end. This is a PIA issue that PIA is asserting is user credentials errors.
  2. Yeah I've been asking support and they just tell me to make sure my credentials are correct. You're definitely not the only one. I think this is on their server side, credentials aren't propagating correctly or something. You can follow my Reddit post for some other info, but there's not anything really helpful there, either lol.
  3. Support told me to ask on reddit :'D I'll loop back here if I figure it out in case someone encounters a similar issue in the future.
  4. Still AUTH_FAILURE, but with deprecated option warnings: 2020-12-03 10:11:47 DEPRECATED OPTION: --cipher set to 'aes-256-gcm' but missing in --data-ciphers (AES-256-GCM:AES-128-GCM). Future OpenVPN version will ignore --cipher for cipher negotiations. Add 'aes-256-gcm' to --data-ciphers or change --cipher 'aes-256-gcm' to --data-ciphers-fallback 'aes-256-gcm' to silence this warning.
  5. Here's what I've got. Thanks for taking a look. supervisord.log
  6. This is unfortunately where I started in the first place: Subscribed yesterday, verified that it works with PIA Chrome extension. These are correct. I am using the p****** username, and the password. They work in other PIA clients. It is only alphanumeric. I've tried changing a few times, still no luck. The password is only 16 characters. I downloaded them yesterday. Again, other PIA clients work. I've tried using both Wireguard and OpenVPN but to no avail, still AUTH_FAILED.
  7. Hmm.. created a fresh container, with most recent image, and still AUTH_FAILURE. No idea.
  8. Nah, it's on the order of 20 characters, only alphanumeric.
  9. Yeah, it's the correct username/password. I've triple-checked, and typed it in manually multiple times, but still no luck.
  10. I was using NordVPN for awhile since I already had an account with them, but just switched to PIA. When I try to start Deluge using PIA instead, it just hangs. if VPN_ENABLED is set to false, it's fine. When I start the container with VPN_ENABLED, the web UI just says "refused to connect," and if I try to view logs from the Docker page of Unraid that also hangs. I can connect to the container with no issues, and the deluged.log doesn't seem to show anything spooky. I've got the cert files and a .ovpn endpoint in the openvpn folder, and I've verified that the username + password are correct. I
  11. I get massive hanging when running this, I'm wondering what could be causing it. I notice it when I'm downloading via sabnzbd, mostly using my Windows VM (running on a dedicated NVMe SSD passed through). sabnzbd downloads to and extracts from cache drive. I have it pinned to CPUs my Windows VM doesn't use. Any ideas on flags that I could change to try to fix the issue?
  12. I'm setting up Organizr and was wondering how to set up authentication as described on the wiki. It seems to me that this would require an entire custom Nginx config for each subdomain, but I'm not positive. Anyone happen to know?
  13. I actually figured out how to do this, so I'll post a quick write-up in case others wonder about this. Warrentheo: I wanted it to be installed to the NVMe itself, not inside a vdisk on NVMe bastl: What you suggested is more or less what I did. My process for this was: 1) Attach NVMe to Windows VM as PCI device and boot into Windows. 2) Download/install some sort of disk cloning software. I used AOMEI, but EaseUs or software provided by manufacturers (e.g. Samsung) should work just as well. 3) Convert NVMe from MBR to GPT if necessary and if software
  14. I currently have a Windows 10 VM installed on an SSD inside a vdisk that spans the whole SSD. I have an unused NVMe SSD of the same capacity. I want to migrate my Windows install to the NVMe SSD such that it's not on a vdisk and just the NVMe SSD itself (think bare metal install). Is there a documented procedure for this sort of operation? Would this be as simple as cloning the vdisk onto the NVMe SSD and then creating a VM to boot from that? Thanks for any input!
  15. I just did some testing and hard links appear to be working when created manually, it just seems to be with Sonarr that things aren't working as expected. Feel free to disregard anything here.