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  1. Make a backup and then press update.
  2. I've just had this issue too now.
  3. Docker runs fine for me, I've actually got two running simultaneously and they're both fine. I also get that warning in my logs but the docker works fine even with that warning: 0030:fixme:msvcp:_Locinfo__Locinfo_ctor_cat_cstr (00000000010CF4E0 1 C) semi-stub I had the exact same behaviour until I correctly port forwarded. I could see my lobby but couldn't connect to it: How many cores have you assigned to the ACC Server docker? If you left it all night and it finally got past that point, it sounds like you haven't got much power and it's taking a while to run. I had to assign more cores to the docker as mine all default to 1 core. Post a screenshot of your docker edit page (advanced mode) and share your ACC config files here and I'll double check them @hackspy679
  4. No problem, appreciate you looking into it anyway! If I can test at all, do let me know.
  5. Yeah I have a feeling you need to own the game in order to download the server but the server is a separate download via steam so you don't have to install the main game too.
  6. Is there a way to auto update the Assetto Corsa Competizione server (accserver.exe) you have to manually include? There have been quite a few updates to it recently so it means my server is always out of date.
  7. I'm looking to increase the image size too. Make any progress on that?
  8. I've been trying to work out how to do this. This works fine, thanks for posting the solution!
  9. Did you get this working? If so, what did your config look like?
  10. I installed it via Community Applications -> DockerHub. You can enable DockerHub searching in the community applications as seen below by clicking "Apps - > Settings" The version I'm using is called "speedtest-plus-plus" by eyeruleall. If you run the docker, it'll show you your speedtest results in the docker log file.
  11. What's the best way of connecting Deconz to Home Assistant? I've got Home Assistant setup on a custom network and accessible via a sub domain. How would I set it up so I can view the WebUI of Deconz but also have it on the same custom network as Home Assistant so it can get the API key? Edit: The easiest way I found to do this.. Install a VNC Web Browser on the same network. Then you can open the web browser and easily browse to the Deconz Web UI via VNC which Home Assistant can also see it on the same network.
  12. So are you setting the network type to custom as well as passing the containers through your VPN docker?
  13. Nope. In the end, I set up two separate torrent VPN containers. I've also moved to rTorrent from qBittorrent as I found the speeds kept dropping randomly but the same applies. rTorrentVPN Radarr container:rTorrentVPN Medusa container:rTorrentVPN rTorrentVPN-4k Radarr-4k container:rTorrentVPN-4k Medusa-4k container:rTorrentVPN-4k From what I've read online, to change the container port, you have to login and change the port directly via the Radarr or Medusa etc. So in Radarr/Sonarr: I tried this though and couldn't access the WebUI anymore even though I've added the relevant ports under my rTorrentVPN docker. I decided it wasn't worth the hassle when I can just run one more torrent docker which uses barely any CPU/RAM when idling.