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  1. That seem to have fixed it! Now I observe one other quirk. When I set the password in `ark-se\ShooterGame\Saved\Config\LinuxServer\GameUserSettings.ini` the server ignores the password and resets it to blank. The file itself seems to be read, since it actually sets the server name as specified...
  2. Thanks for the quick answer! No I have not put in my steam credentials. I think I have not put in any additional information, and just launched the template as is. Also, I have changed nothing and I get a different error now Connecting anonymously to Steam Public...Logged in OK Waiting for user info...OK Success! App '376030' already up to date. ---Prepare Server--- ---Server ready--- ---Start Server--- ./ShooterGameServer: error while loading shared libraries: libEOSSDK-Linux-Shipping.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory This error is repeating several times after restarts... I this actually expected behavior that the container is failing and restarting several times to download all the missing peaces or is something broken on my end?
  3. Hey, I tried to setup ARK game server and encountered the following error. Any pointers or hints? Update state (0x301) stopping, progress: 0.00 (0 / 12824264928) Update state (0x301) stopping, progress: 0.00 (0 / 12824264928) Error! App '376030' state is 0x602 after update job. ---Prepare Server--- ---Server ready--- ---Start Server--- /opt/scripts/start-server.sh: line 71: ./ShooterGameServer: No such file or directory
  4. Hey all, I just upgraded my system to take advantage of this awesome software that is UNRAID! (Among other things) I'm using it to create two gaming Windows 10 VMs. In order to get maximum performance I planned to pass through all the necessary components. Everything works fine for passing through the graphics card, USB devices, and so on. For storage: I have one m2.SSD which I passed through using Primary vDisk Location: Manual, and specifying the disk using /dev/disk/by-id/<id>, and Primary vDisk Bus: SATA. Using the Windows installer I created a partition using 1/2 of the total storage. Everything working great so far. Speed is insane! When I try to do the same thing for the second VM I get the following error when starting the VM: internal error: qemu unexpectedly closed the monitor: 2019-09-29T21:52:29.279994Z qemu-system-x86_64: -device ide-hd,bus=sata0.2,drive=drive-sata0-0-2,id=sata0-0-2,bootindex=1,write-cache=on: Failed to get "write" lock Is another process using the image [/dev/disk/by-id/nvme-Samsung_SSD_970_EVO_Plus_500GB_S4EVNF0M628518A]? I guess this makes that I cannot pass the same device when using the SATA bus directly, and the first VM having a lock on the device as long as its running. Is there anything I could do to maximize speed? I do have a second SSD (non-m2) which I could use and pass directly to the second VM. So not the biggest of deal if what I'm trying here does not work after all. Cheers, DaTosh