saarg

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  1. Probably is a way, but I don't know how. The easy way is to not unplug it
  2. What about the pipework container? Doesn't it do some network modifications?
  3. VNC

    Don't know what it means, but try another viewer like Ultra VNC or tight VNC.
  4. VNC

    Just use the vnc client you want and connect to the IP of unraid and the port assigned to the VM under the VNC port on the VM tab.
  5. When I googled the error code you got, on most hits I checked had in common G.skill memory. Have you tested with other brands. It's also not on the tested list gigabyte has on their support page for the motherboard.
  6. Are you running any VPN servers or similar? Most likely there are something you installed creating those new interfaces. Does the same thing happen if you boot into safe mode and disable docker?
  7. Then you only have to bugger them to support edl files, or another of the formats comskip writes. Or support comskip natively
  8. From what I can see Plex doesn't support comskip, so no point in adding it in the Plex container. As there are no utility to actually cut the comskip processed files in Linux, you will have to use windows anyway for Plex to play without commercials. Does the Plex DVR have the ability to run a post recording script?
  9. You need to add them in /etc/network/interfaces. Looks like below. auto eth0 iface eth0 inet dhcp Most likely, your new interfaces will be eth1 and eth2. So just add two of the above and replace with the correct ethx. For more info you can read more here
  10. So you have added the memory in DIMM_P0_A0/DIMM_P0_A1 (For pimary CPU) and DIMM_P1_E0/DIMM_P1_E1 (For secondary CPU)? The slots for CPU 1 is the blue and black from the middle down and for CPU 2 is blue and black from the top down. Have you contacted gigabyte to ask what code 79 means? Found it in the manual. Error code 79 means DXE CSM INIT. If you google it, you get hits about it, so might be worth to check it out. Have you cleared the bios and reset to defaults?
  11. Why not keep the tvh container (if its ours) and used the built in comskip? The container you linked also needs comskip to be run manually. Does Plex support any of the comskip formats?
  12. You can use the pcie number to stub instead of the whole card. This is what I have in my syslinux.cfg for 3 of my 4 ports. xen-pciback.hide=(04:00.3)(04:00.2)(04:00.1) If you have made the VM previous to adding the network cards, you might have to add them manually. At least I had to in my Ubuntu server VM. What is the output of the below command in the VM. lspci
  13. Setting privileged to on makes your device tag excessive as privileged gives the container access to all devices of the host. If the container dev did it correctly the only thing you need is the device tag.
  14. So it's a UK thing as @j0nnymoe also love bouquets.... To be serious, I watch too few channels to use it. I mostly record stuff and the live TV I watch is mostly football.
  15. I have never used bouquets. It's basically just a tag on every channel to easily get to a specific type of channels, right?
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