Sic79

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  1. No worries, and no hard feelings. Well, maybe a campaign is not a bad idea at all. If you think about the alternatives to Zoneminder, there are not many complete solutions (if none?) that include everything for free. This is also a great way to make people really show their appreciation for your work/time and to actually support the developement in their way.
  2. Hm seems like a bit of sarcasm here. Well, if you remember I was one of them who helped you trial and error the first steps on getting the opencv compile working in the first place. So yes, I understand complexness in getting everything working smooth even if I´m not on your level of knowledge in dockers. I work as a IT-pro/dev so I can see your point in that ppl doesn´t realise how much work something that can seem very simple on the surface is very complex underneat. We just want a new solution that´s is not a VM so we can share a single GPU amongst dockers. I can see that t
  3. So sad it had to be like this since it worked so well, but sure I can understand@dlandon decision too. Don’t like the idea to move to a VM though since I can’t even fit an extra GPU in my server. So for me it isn’t a choice . I checked the “AppStore” and saw that@ich777 had a docker with Debian Buster that had Nvidia support. Maybe it is possible to install everything in that one just to test while waiting/working on a better solution.
  4. @threefn This is almost exactly the same I would have wrote. We´re in the same boat for sure
  5. Installed the latest version now and it works just great on my server! Thanks @falconexe much appreciated
  6. Wow it looks fantastic, great work :). You really are a Grafana Wizard with a sense of design.
  7. Did you login as admin? "Go to ip:3006 to access grafana, login with admin/admin and make changes to the default dashboard."
  8. Ok, I might give it a shot when I have some time to test adding my UPS. And ofcourse, I understand that it´s nearly impossible to cover all unique combinations of hardware. Just thought that since all other CPU sensors where read right, maybe it was just a little "issue". I´ll check and see if I can fix the right settings for reading my CPU temp. And thanks again for a superb docker
  9. Worked really nice, thank you for the Docker. I would also love to have monitoring of my APC UPS, or maybe it´s hard to add in your docker since ppl use different brands? I assume if I add that manually it would disappear on a future update? Edit: Did just notice that CPU does not report temp. I have a Intel E5 2697 V3 if that helps
  10. @squid : The docker folder plugin did exactly what I wanted, so problem solved
  11. Great, then it’s time to install. Thank you
  12. This plugin seems very interesting and seems to suits my needs well but I have a question. Can it restart/start/stop all dockers in a folder with just "one click" or is it individual for each docker?
  13. @Energen & @Squid: Thanks, will see which one of them that works best for me :).. Much appreciated for the help