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  1. I have never had luck using the updater. I recommend following the manual update instructions in post 1; they’ve worked for me for… many iterations.
  2. Sounds like HPs “version” of the same Dell issue; having to toy with virtualization stuff in bios.
  3. I just need to confirm when I turn mine on/off that that location is same?
  4. What exactly was your script? I mean, I know how to have a script run at start but etc not sure words/verbiage is used to tell it to edit that file every time.
  5. I played with CrushFTP but it was just "way too much" for my VERY simple needs. Have you had better luck with ProFTPd mate?
  6. Yeah, it's not sticking is what he's saying. Every single reboot it does NOT come back on without making change that you reference in settings. Is there a permanent "I agree to dangers" toggle so that with EVERY subsequent restart it is enabled on it's own?
  7. Seems as their are a LOT of Dells affected by whatever that is...I just hope the "fix" doesn't have unintended consequences later. 😞
  8. You might check this out.
  9. Upgrade fine for me. I however don’t think I’ve ever seen so many “BZimage Checksum” errors on a upgrade cycle. Happened to me on my T610 when going into the RCs and had to turn off the setting in Dells that causes issue. BZimage thing is concerning.
  10. Will try this in a bit. I don’t think error actually hurts anything… other than me because I know it’s there LOL Thank you!
  11. To add: Also noticed if I go to apps tab, pull up a specific app and update it that way it doesn't seem to translate and show that on the docker tab that I went to Apps tab and updated a app. Docker tab continues to show "Apply Update" Not sure knowing that helps anything either but...
  12. So sorry @Squid just saw your reply. This prompted me to go see what needs to be updated. Ironically it brings about another issue. When I hit "check for updates" from the docker tabs..ALL the containers just sit at "checking" and spin the refresh wheel. Once I refresh the browser tab after waiting a fair bit of time it'll show what actually needs updated. Used to when hitting "check for updates" on docker tab it would process what containers had updates rather quickly. I went to "Apps" tab and used Filestash as test exhibit. I went to update it, it popped up this big white screen. It went from SOLID white to the pic I attached. It never "finished" in the GUI. I waited a few minutes, refreshed Unraid Tab and it showed the container had been created 1 minute ago. On a *maybe* related note, when I click "Container Size" on the bottom of the Docker Tab, it loads but never finishes to show me my docker container size/containers size. Could that be related to the other "lag" I am seeing with containers updating and etc? Docker Setting Page: