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lonix

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About lonix

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  • Birthday 08/03/1986

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    Docker developer and Sysops.

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  1. Due to recent disagreements and internal struggle we all took a 2week time off from lsio, to reflect upon ourselves. Upon the return from this period, it was decided that linuxserver.io would greatly benefit from distancing themselves from me. As a result effecting imidatly I have been removed from any former roles I had within the organization. And currently trancationing control of things to other members. I hope you can all be pacient with the group while the try and land on there feet. As for me, I will recreate and maintain a select core group of containers that I am proud of. And further announcements from my part will appear on lonix.me once a get a blog up and running. Finally I would like to thank every user that made our containers so great. You all where what drove me to be better. And I'm sure my next containers will just as good and get good feedback on them. Thanks all. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. It should work on all images Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. As a general rule we don't do beta's in our containers. Sorry Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Same error here since today's nzbget docker container update. EDIT: It appears unrar and 7za are in the /app directory. An alternate temporary solution is to change Settings -> unpack -> UnrarCmd to /app/unrar and SevenZipCmd to /app/7za I shall investigate.
  5. So does that mean that there is no way to set the transcode directory to memory (i.e. /tmp)? I have been debating switching from ESXi to bare metal, and that is something I'd love to keep since it reduces wear on my SSDs... It's forced by plex not by us. We just adapted our config
  6. Plex will now force you to transcode to /config and thus the problem we where trying to avoid is fixed thus we do not need this mapping anymore Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. You observed corret. I will look into your use case
  8. https://www.linuxserver.io/index.php/2016/04/07/changes-to-our-plex-docker-container/ Clarification on changes
  9. Hey guys, due to a agreement with plexDevs we decided to turn off the ability to install plexpass versions in our container. (more comming on linuxserver.io). You can either use -e VERSION=0.9.<restofversionnumber> or wait untill our container updates. (once this PR gets merged: https://github.com/linuxserver/docker-plex/pull/32) The container update should enable "plexpass updates" again. and will be acompanied with a article on our website. Thanks for the understanding. And for useing linuxserver.io's containers. we love makeing them for you all.
  10. Restart the container, that is the only way that is recommended. Nevermind.. that wasn't the issue.. the little tiny "Advanced View" slider that I had not seen. Just flipped it and found the variables and now all is well. Thanks anyway! You dont need to set the version at all, the container will update plex itself to latest version when you start the container up, thus restart=update
  11. Please update the container please reboot the container