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A slightly better way to maintain the keys across reboots is to * copy the authorized_keys file to /boot/config/ssh/root.pubkeys * copy /etc/ssh/sshd_config to /boot/config/ssh * modify

1) If necessary, generate an SSH key on your Mac or Linux machines, using ssh-keygen.   2) Create an authorized_keys file for the unRAID server, using the id_rsa.pub files on all the machines which

1. On Linux or Mac, use ssh-keygen to generate a key pair, there'll be 2 files generated, a private key file (e.g. id_rsa) and a public key file (e.g. id_rsa.pub);   2. On your unRAID server, enter

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13 hours ago, ionred said:

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Here you go. In the meantime, I added it back to my go file. Hopefully it doesn't just start working and then fill up my authorized keys file :)

 

Remove the "SSH Config Tool" plugin, it is likely what is overwriting your files. It hasn't been updated since 2019 so it doesn't know about the changes in 6.9. 

 

TBH your system has more plugins than I have ever seen installed at once :) I'd highly recommend removing as many as you can, the fewer plugins you have the better. Less potential conflicts like this one, less that can go wrong.

 

 

Also, you should run

touch /boot/config/modprobe.d/i915.conf

and remove these lines from your go script:

modprobe i915
chmod -R 777 /dev/dri

per https://wiki.unraid.net/Manual/Release_Notes/Unraid_OS_6.9.0#GPU_Driver_Integration

 

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8 minutes ago, ljm42 said:

 

Remove the "SSH Config Tool" plugin, it is likely what is overwriting your files. It hasn't been updated since 2019 so it doesn't know about the changes in 6.9. 

 

TBH your system has more plugins than I have ever seen installed at once :) I'd highly recommend removing as many as you can, the fewer plugins you have the better. Less potential conflicts like this one, less that can go wrong.

 

Both good points. I've removed the plugin along with 7 or 8 others that I know for sure I don't use. 

 

Unfortunately, I'm currently running a preclear on a new disk so I won't be able to check until tomorrow, but crossing my fingers this is it!

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25 minutes ago, ljm42 said:

Also, you should remove these lines from your go script:




modprobe i915
chmod -R 777 /dev/dri

per https://wiki.unraid.net/Manual/Release_Notes/Unraid_OS_6.9.0#GPU_Driver_Integration

 

 

 

That's fantastic (if it works!). Getting Intel QuickSync to pass through to the dockers in the past has always been a huge issue. 

 

@Hoopster I know you also had similar problems with modprobe i915 for quicksync/QSV. Did this work out for you on 6.9.1+?

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3 minutes ago, ionred said:

I know you also had similar problems with modprobe i915 for quicksync/QSV. Did this work out for you on 6.9.1+?

Yes, I no longer have anything in the 'go' file related to i915 drivers. I used the 'touch' method to create a blank i915.conf file as explained in the link and have no problem with QSV working for Plex and HandBrake.

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11 hours ago, Hoopster said:

I used the 'touch' method to create a blank i915.conf file as explained in the link

Oh right, I left that important step out :) Just updated my post in case someone reads this in the future.

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