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This plugin contains the Vendor-Reset module for Polaris, Vega10/20 and Navi10/12/14 cards by Adam Madsen and Geoffrey McRae. You can get more details here:

Aquacomputer D5Next's Icon

This package contains a hwmon Linux Kernel driver for exposing sensors from various Aquacomputer devices (D5 Next, Quadro, Aquastream XT,...). You can get more details here:

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Docker Container for Awtrix2 Host in collaboration with Blueforcer. The Container is based on the anapsix/alpine-java:8_JDK image. It has an autoupdate feature witch will get the latest Host from the Awtrix Site on a restart from the Container.

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Corsair PSU Statistics


Drivers, Other, Plugins

A plugin that reads the statistics from supported Corsair PSUs with a USB port and displays them in the dashboard.

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This container will run apt-mirror and Apache2. This allows you to create a local apt mirror for Debian packages. On first run you will have to edit the mirror.list file that lives in your CONFIG_DIR which repositories you want to sync and other settings like how many threads to use for downloading,... Restart the container afterwards (keep an eye on the logs the container will tell you what to do). ATTENTION/WARNING: Keep in mind that the first sync can take very long depending on how much repositories you've selected (stable main contrib non-free: Will take about 200GB of hard drive space!). Update from the mirror files: By default a cron job will run every day at 01:00 which will update your mirror. Mirror address: The default address for the mirror is 'http://ipFROMtheCONTAINER:980' Add something like this to your '/etc/apt/sources.list': 'deb http://ipFROMtheCONTAINER:980/debian stable main contrib non-free'

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A docker running gluster server. This allows me to use a folder in the Unraid cache pool as persistent storage for Kubernetes / Docker Swarm through glusterfs. It works way better than NFS, especially for high-availability applications. For more detail readme, please refer to

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This plugin parses GPU statistic data from vendor specific utilities and displays a subset of them on the dashboard. From version 6.12 onwards can support multiple GPUs on the dashboard and supports multiple Intel GPUs iGPU and ARC.

This Plugin enables/disables HBA mode on some HP Smart Array controllers and installs the tool 'hpsahba'. As mentioned in the Github Repo: CAUTION: This tool will destroy your data and may damage your hardware! For further information go to the source Github repository: Warning, this "workaround" comes with a few downsides: - You have to set the controller type to SAT to get temperature readings. - TRIM might now work (needs further testing). Tested on following hardware so far: HP Smart Array P410i HP Smart Array P420i Firmware Version 6.0 HP Smart Array P812 Hewlett-Packard Company Smart Array G6 controllers / P410 (PCI ID: 103c:323a, board ID: 0x3243103c, firmware: 6.64) Hewlett-Packard Company Smart Array G6 controllers / P212 (PCI ID: 103c:323a, board ID: 0x3241103c, firmware: 6.64)

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Intel Graphics SR-IOV is Intel's latest virtualization technology for graphics. Single Root I/O Virtualization (SR-IOV) defines a standard method for sharing a physical device function by partitioning the device into multiple virtual functions. Each virtual function is directly assigned to a virtual machine, thereby achieving near-native performance for the virtual machine. Check the link below to confirm if your integrated graphics support SR-IOV.

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Intel-GVT-g is a technology that provides mediated device passthrough for Intel iGPUs (Broadwell and newer). It can be used to virtualize the iGPU for multiple guest virtual machines and also in Docker containers, effectively providing near-native graphics performance in the virtual machine and still letting your host use the virtualized iGPU normally. This is useful if you want accelerated graphics in Windows virtual machines running without dedicated GPUs for full device passthrough. This means less power consumption, less heat output and better performance for your VMs.

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This Plugin will install all necessary software and dependencies for iSCSI, on the bottom of the settings page will be also the utility to configure your iSCSI Targets (the configuration utility is still in beta and will not affect the functionallity of the iSCSI Targets itself). Targetcli package provided by ich777.

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LCD Manager beta


Drivers, Other, Plugins

Install for LCDd and lcdproc to support LCD Screens. A QNAP lcd device is icp_a106, Futher panels will be added in the future along with unRAID specific screens.

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mergerFS for UNRAID beta


Drivers, Plugins, Tools / UtilitiesSystem

A plugin that installs mergerFS, a featureful union filesystem, onto UNRAID systems (includes mergerFS-Tools). mergerfs is a union filesystem geared towards simplifying storage and management of files across numerous commodity storage devices. It is similar to mhddfs, unionfs, and aufs.

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Network UPS Tools (NUT) for UNRAID beta


Drivers, Plugins, Tools / UtilitiesSystem

A refactored, modernized version of the original NUT plugin with a focus on frequent updates. This alternative version has improved usability through precise documentation, offering various NUT backends to choose from, and following the latest developments of the NUT master branch more closely. It strives to maximize both your UPS performance and compatibility, while also aiming to provide useful new features with the same amount of stability as in earlier versions.

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New Unlock Key for Encrypted Drives


Drivers, Plugins, Tools / UtilitiesSystem

A tool that enables you to change the unlock key of your encrypted drives. This is a CLI script. The plugin simply installs the script. Each of the current and new unlock keys can either be a text password / passphrase, or a binary key file if you're into those (I am). Your array must be started to use this tool.

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This plugin will install all necessary modules and dependencies for your Nvidia Graphics Card so that you can make use of it in your Docker containers. In the settings/plugins menu you find your UUID of your graphics card(s). You can also choose your preferred version of the Nvidia drivers, by default it will always grab the latest driver version that is availabe for the current Unraid build. This plugin satisfies installation prerequisites of the GPU Statistics plugin from Community Apps. With both plugins installed you can display Nvidia GPU utilization on the unRAID Dashboard. ATTENTION: If you plan to pass through your card to a VM don't install this plugin!

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Drivers, Other, Tools / UtilitiesUtilities

OpenFAN is open-source, open-hardware 12V PWM fan controller for the hobbyists and hackers! This fan controller allows you to control 10 PWM fans over USB or remotely over network. OpenFAN gives you two ways to control each fan: Traditional (PWM): Set target PWM and the fan will spin at whatever RPM it is designed to spin with that PWM. (ie. Assuming 2000RPM fan, if we set the PWM to 50%, the fan should spin at 1000RPM which is half of full speed) Advanced (RPM): Set target RPM and OpenFAN will use it's built in PID algorithm to keep the fan always spinning at that RPM. OpenFAN also has an open-source API that allows you to programmatically control your fans, set custom profiles and more. OpenFAN was designed by PC enthusiast for PC enthusiasts. Key features: - Works on Windows, Linux and Mac - 10x PWM fans (Supports 12V, 4-pin fans) - Individually control each fan - SATA power (cable not provided) - Micro-USB communication (motherboard cable included) - Control fans by setting target PWM or target RPM - Optional I2C/1-Wire (header not populated) - Open source API for communication and control - Open source and open-hardware design - Control fans over USB or remotely over network* - FanControl integration through plugin To control fans remotely over network, the OpenFAN board needs to be connected to the PC via USB and running the OpenFAN software. The software allows you to access the fan controller remotely over network.

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This package contains and installs the OpenRGB Patch that needs to be installed in conjunction with the OpenRGB Docker container to take full controll over your RGB lighting. To see all the RGB devices you have to pass through the devices /sys/bus/i2c/device and /dev/i2c-0 to the OpenRGB Docker container and maybe all other /dev/i2c-X devices (where you have to replace X with the number from the device to pass through).

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This package contains and installs the QNAP Embedded Controller chip Kernel module, this allows you to read fan speeds and temperatures as well as reading and writing the fan PWM values from the ITE Tech Inc. IT8528 embedded controller chip. Currently known supported units are: TS-473A, TS-673A, TS-873A, TS-h886, TS-453Be, TS-877, TS-1677x, TS-253B, TS-453A, TS-464 Source: