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  1. Thank you for moving the thread to a better place. Consider this another Bump.
  2. Hi Recently I found out that it is possible to send messages like notifications to my Telegram account using a bot: http://www.bernaerts-nicolas.fr/linux/75-debian/351-debian-send-telegram-notification#h2-telegram-notification-script What I wonder now, how can I automatically let local incoming mails forward to Telegram? In the article are following two examples for commands that probably would be useful for my case: # telegram-notify --question --title "File content display" --text "/tmp/log.txt" # telegram-notify --text "Result is available in the embedded document" --document "/tmp/result.log" Just changing the path to the mbox file doesn't work, since I can not open it on my phone. As well it is not really great since I would see all messages and not just the newly received ones. So, I guess I need to save each new incoming mail as a text file and then send it? I personally would favor to be able to use the first command, so I do not have to download any file and get all as a text message right away. How would I do that?
  3. Thanks, that worked! So, no more running of that command line. However, it seems like I still have to open up the Plex web interface and go to the remote access section in order to make it accessible outside of home (I don't need to press retry tho). Do you know if this is fixable somehow?
  4. Thanks for your answer. The field address in network connection: I suppose I need to set a static IP for my system (within the modem) and then write his address into this field?
  5. Hi, I’m running Kubuntu, which is my Plex Media server. It has 2 ethernet ports (1 on Motherboard, 1 on Network card). 1 is connected directly to my modem and one is connected to a switch (WAN). Reason for that is that I have double NAT (using Google Wifi). In order to get remote access working, I need to set the default gateway to the IP of my modem using the command sudo route add default gw 192.168.0.1 This makes it work but after a restart I need to use that command again and then open the Plex Web interface to click on "retry" in the remnote access section. How can I save my default gateway so I don’t have the remote access issue anymore? I have already tried to set the preferred interface within Plex, but it didn't work. I tried to make a script and let it run at startup Thank you in advance.
  6. Thanks for that. Meanwhile I found out that there is a Software to manage all that Eaton provides (well, actually 2). There is Eaton Intelligent Power Protector (IPP) and Eaton Intelligent Power Manager (IPM). The difference between these two can be read here: https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/1138829-difference-between-intelligent-power-manager-ipm-and-protector-ipp There is a User's Guide for IPP, which is very helpful: https://www.eaton.com/content/dam/eaton/products/backup-power-ups-surge-it-power-distribution/power-management-software-connectivity/eaton-intelligent-power-protector/eaton-ipp-user-guide-p-164000291.pdf After installing the Software you need to open the Web interface: https://localhost:4680/ Then login with; User: admin, PW, admin This is all what's needed. Then you can manage all the stuff. However, I still have the issue that once the UPS shuts down the System, there is a connection failure afterwards. After about 2h the communication failure somehow resolves itself and it works again. I made a post regarding this issue here (haven't gotten any response yet tho but if there will be ever an answer to this, it might be there): https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/2278555-eaton-5sc-communication-failure
  7. Pretty sure it's fully charged. Was plugged in before all the time on another system, and the battery is definitively okay.
  8. Hi there I just plugged in my UPS. However, it shows me that the battery is at 0%, plugged in and not charging. Unplugging the USB connection removes the battery widget. Do I need to enable something specific to make that widget work? Thanks in advance. Edit: I am running Kubuntu with an EATON UPS.
  9. Current state (Of ownership of the RAID device) after the commands: User: root Group: "gripfly" Nonetheless, I still don't have permission to create a new folder. Edit: As a side note, I have to use the sudo prefix in all commands that require root access. Edit 2: Just checked the Tab "Advanced Permissions". The owning Group doesn't have write permissions. Edit 3: Just got myself access using the following command: sudo chmod g+rwx /mnt/raid Now, the owning group has write access. Thanks very much for your help!
  10. Thanks. Unfortunately, the chmod method didn't work.
  11. This is the content of my fstab: # /etc/fstab: static file system information. # # Use 'blkid' to print the universally unique identifier for a # device; this may be used with UUID= as a more robust way to name devices # that works even if disks are added and removed. See fstab(5). # # <file system> <mount point> <type> <options> <dump> <pass> # / was on /dev/sda2 during installation UUID=83f1dc4b-6e1f-4e62-8425-a5f366fe27f4 / ext4 errors=remount-ro 0 1 # /boot/efi was on /dev/sda1 during installation UUID=040D-1261 /boot/efi vfat umask=0077 0 1 /swapfile none swap sw 0 0 /dev/md0 /mnt/raid ext4 defaults 0 0
  12. Thanks, the RAID is working now and gets assembled and mounted at boot! Two more things: 1. I can't just copy, paste or create new folders on the RAID device now (without using the Terminal). How can I change that, so I can use the keyboard shortcuts etc.? 2. Is there an easy way to setup email alerts using Webmin? I'd like to get messages when one of the disks fails and a monthly report about the heath of the disks. I tried to configure an email in Webmin - > Webmin configuration -> Sending emails (see attachment). Anyways, when I send a test message Webmin reports me the following:
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