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TinsellyCone241

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  • CPU
    Core i5 8400
  • Motherboard
    MSI B450m Bazooka
  • RAM
    32 GB Corsair Vengeance Pro RGB
  • GPU
    Nvidia RTX 2070 SUPER
  • Storage
    1TB SSD, 2 TB HDD
  • PSU
    Corsair RM 850x
  • Display(s)
    240hz, 1080p & 60hz, 4K
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G915 TKL
  • Mouse
    Logitech MX Master 3
  • Sound
    Sony WH1000XM4
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home
  • Phone
    iPhone X

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  1. So I have one 4K monitor, and one 1080p monitor. I want to stretch a wallpaper across them but can't because they are different resolutions, so Windows thinks that the lower resolution one is way smaller, so it doesn't stretch correctly. I have tried Display Fusion but it does the same thing. Also, because Windows thinks they are different resolutions, when I drag windows from one monitor to the other they are the wrong size, I sort of fixed this with LittleBigMouse but I can't have a window half on one monitor and half on the other or it will be the wrong size. I have tried super sampling my
  2. So I have an Unraid server. The server is for everyone in my home, so it has a share for every person in my house, which only they can access. (So each person has a private share basically) So, they can only access their share, but it still shows the other shares, they just can't open them. Can I hide the shares that they don't have access to?
  3. So I have been having this strange issue where Xbox party chat and or Discord will randomly become quieter and echoy. I will add a recording of it next time it happens. It seems to only happen with apps that use my microphone often (Blue Snowball). When it does happen, it only happens for one app. The game audio might be fine, but the discord audio is all weird. It happens in games that use the mic as well. I find that it happens only when I am using my headset via the AUX cable, but not when Im using bluetooth. Any help would be appreciated! Someone on Reddit said its maybe a mobo driver glit
  4. So I have been having this strange issue where Xbox party chat and or Discord will randomly become quieter and echoy. I will add a recording of it next time it happens. It seems to only happen with apps that use my microphone often (Blue Snowball). When it does happen, it only happens for one app. The game audio might be fine, but the discord audio is all weird. It happens in games that use the mic as well. I find that it happens only when I am using my headset via the AUX cable, but not when Im using bluetooth. Any help would be appreciated!
  5. Awesome! It works! Thanks! I can even SSH into it now!
  6. There is, I was wondering how I find the MAC address of the PiHole because the hostname isn't showing properly in the WebUI of the router. K I don't really need SSH, I just thought it might help diagnose the issue.
  7. I did. See image here Don't you have to set the DNS server to the RPI's IP Address? I tried doing that because in the Pi-Hole setup there was an option to change the IP Address, which I did change to the local IP that I wanted (10.0.0.254). I am also unable to SSH into the RPI. I will try this. This is probably a stupid question, but how do I find the MAC address. For some reason the router won't pick up on the hostname.
  8. So I have been setting up Pi Hole on a raspberry pi 3. I have been following this tutorial, but when I plug in my pi, it says in part of the startup sequence thing "My IP adress is 192.168 etc followed by the IPv6 address, but my router doesn't use 192.168 format. For example, the router's local IP is 10.0.0.1. I want the local IP of the pi to be 10.0.0.254 because that is a static IP. In pihole, it says 10.0.0.254 is the IP, but in rasbian linux, it says its the 192.168 one. When I try to access the dashboard, it doesn't load, and when I set the 10.0.0.254 address as my DNS server, nothing wi
  9. I did not use a command such as this. I just installed docker via Git, edited the config files with a nano command, and used "docker-compose up -d" to start lancache. Then it ran a ton of scripts and stuff. I just did what was in this video.
  10. The 3 containers running are: Lancache DNS Lancache Sniproxy Lancache Monolithic
  11. 10.0.0.254 is my LanCache server, and it redirects all traffic to my router except for steam games, windows updates etc. (I think) Apparently I need to set the Lancache server's IP as the DNS on my main PC.
  12. I have played around a bit and done some research but I can't really find much on how to pass through ports to docker. If you could find like a video or article on how to do this, I will do my best to follow it. I will keep looking.
  13. No problem. I don't really use Linux much, but I think the firewall is off.
  14. No, 253 would be dynamic because its in the DHCP range. The server's IP was 255 but then we put it to 254 so it would work.
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