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  1. Yeah I have tried this with various different subdomains that I had previously setup NGINX proxy manager. I tried on subdomains that had both LetsEncrypt and custom Cloudflare certificates, with no change either way.
  2. I can no longer get Wireguard to work. I previously had it running for months without any issues and loved the convenience of it. I recently transitioned to Cloudflare DDNS from DuckDNS whilst settuping NGINX Proxy Manager for the first time. I deleted the Wireguard folder from the /boot/config folder in an attempt to reinstall the plugin from scratch, but now I cannot create a tunnel, let alone a new peer. When I click apply, nothing is saved and it prompts me to create the tunnel again. I have also noticed it constantly tells me " UPnP: forwarding not set" despite the fact
  3. I'm pulling my hair out here. I get the same error as others have mentioned. error="Unable to reach the origin service. The service may be down or it may not be responding to traffic from cloudflared: x509: certificate is not valid for any names, but wanted to match hostname.com" After trying the noTLSVerify option, I can connect to my subdomains now, but the logs are still littered with errors including: error="unexpected origin response: 400 Bad Request" error="Unable to reach the origin service. The service may be down or it may not be responding to
  4. I'm having no luck whatsoever. I know there's been PIA issues in the past so I even gave AirVPN a shot, to no avail. Setting port forwarding to 'no' also hasn't helped me to getting the Web UI working. For now I guess I'm not downloading torrents or using my VPN through any containers.
  5. I tried messing around the last couple days and found that using different mining software still gave me the same issue, but one did explicitly say that it was unable to login to any pools. I read that it may have been my ISP blocking stratum somehow, so I ran the mining software inside my W10 VM with a VPN running and it successfully logged me in. I don't understand why this was the case for kawpow and ethash and is a shame because I really wanted to just focus on RVN through docker and rely on the VM
  6. 20210515 07:29:12 Starting on: raven.f2pool.com:3636 20210515 07:29:12 ApiServer: HTTP server started on 0.0.0.0:4067 20210515 07:29:12 ----------------------------------------------------- 20210515 07:29:12 For control navigate to: http://172.17.0.13:4067/trex 20210515 07:29:12 ----------------------------------------------------- 20210515 07:29:12 ApiServer: Telnet server started on 127.0.0.1:4068 20210515 07:29:12 WARN: GPU #0(000700): MSI GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER, intensity 20 20210515 07:29:12 Using protocol: stratum3. 20210515 07:29:22 Wait on data is timed out, 10 seconds
  7. I've successfully managed to mine ETH, but is it possible to mine raven? I've tried changing my username/address, the mining pool and algorithm, but I can't establish a connection and the container just keeps retrying.
  8. Is there a way to throttle the GPU power on an AMD card? I've been able to successfully do it with my NVIDIA card, but not sure of the command to do so with AMD.
  9. I installed nextcloud a few weeks ago and all was going well. I then tried installing OnlyOffice which I believe is the culprit of the issue. When starting the docker container I am now getting the following error: "It looks like you are trying to reinstall your Nextcloud. However the file CAN_INSTALL is missing from your config directory. Please create the file CAN_INSTALL in your config folder to continue." I am not sure of exactly what I need to be doing to fix this. I could start all over again, but there is some data I would like to salvage if possible.
  10. I use splashtop personal as Spaceinvader has recommended it. I'm able to connect from another VM, laptop or phone
  11. Thanks to @alturismo I was able to get HDMI output devices to show up under my sound options using voodooHDA, but now the system is telling me that I have no output controls. When I adjust the volume on my speaker knob and play a youtube video I still get no audio. Is there something else I need to do, or would it be the way my hardware is connected? My Logitech speakers are connected via the line-out on the same monitor the RX570 is hooked up to (tried using both HDMI and DisplayPort).
  12. Was there any trick to getting this installed? I have copied the voodooHDA kext to the kext folder and also added the kext file to the kernel.
  13. Is there some sort of trick to get audio working on BigSur by changing the bus or function for my GPU? Everything else is working perfectly with an RX570 passed through, just no audio output option.
  14. Starting from scratch I've been following the spaceinvader tutorials to install nextcloud. Managed to get that all up and running without any issues. I then started to follow the tutorial for letsencrypt but had my first issue when I realised i couldn't forward port 80, so I created my own domain and registered with CloudFlare so that I could validate through DNS rather than http. I followed the rest of the tutorial, adjusting the nextcloud config file accordingly with my subdomain and did the same for the letsencrypt config as well. Up until that point I could always access nextclou
  15. Not sure where I have gone wrong. I have setup my own domain and made the necessary adjustments to my config files, but after restarting both letsencrypt and nextcloud dockers, I cannot load Nextcloud at all. I have attached the error I am getting whether trying to access directly from the web url or from the IP address attached the docker.