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  1. I switched to Hurricane Hernandez's Dropbox docker image, and it's working great. No error messages. Files are syncing. The only thing that would improve it would be some kind of interface, either command line or GUI, to see what the Dropbox daemon is doing.
  2. From https://registry.hub.docker.com/u/gfjardim/dropbox/
  3. Would it be possible to add the docker-cli to the docker image? http://www.dropboxwiki.com/tips-and-tricks/using-the-official-dropbox-command-line-interface-cli If we had command line access like this, we could check our status through the cli. Any ideas why the log shows "Another instance is running" all the time?
  4. That helped. Now I'm only getting one "Not Available" when I click "Check Updates."
  5. That works. It updates the template repo and restores the templates to the list. Then, when I check updates, over several tries, it is consistently updating half of them, the rest remain "Not Available".
  6. The command fixed the lack of templates. The error disappears. Then, when I "Check Updates", I'm right back to "Not Available" under versions, and the templates have disappeared. So, I go through the list, Edit each template and hit save, which forces an update. Then I'm back to "Up to Date" again. However, no matter how many times I run the command now, the templates will not update. The error message has remained gone. So to sum: 1) The command works once, and templates will update. 2) If you check updates, then the templates are erased. 3) Templates then revert to "Not Available".
  7. Awesome. I am experiencing the same problem - can't add or update templates. Sounds like the Dynamix update will fix it. Thank you.
  8. Thank you. That caused my containers to show updated. I still cannot save any template repos. When I try, it flashes that same error message above "#012Warning: unlink(/tmp/tmp-2066361256.tar.gz): No such file or directory in /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix.docker.manager/dockerClient.php on line 157". It is trying, and failing, to download something, and so the template list can't update itself. I'm trying to use gfjardim's repo.
  9. Is there a way to initiate the update of a package from the CLI, since the GUI doesn't work anymore?
  10. I can't update anything. Changing DNS, activating VPN, nothing makes any difference, just no templates and all packages "Not available." I am still getting the error "#012Warning: unlink(/tmp/tmp-2066361256.tar.gz): No such file or directory in /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix.docker.manager/dockerClient.php on line 157". I have no way to keep my docker images current now.
  11. Then it works like a slot machine - sometimes you get a couple "Up To Date", and occasionally you get the Grand Prize and all show "Up To Date", but mostly they just show up "Not Available".
  12. Tinkering with the DNS settings has had no positive effect for me. I still can't update templates, and the Docker images still show "Not available". I was able to update one time by changing my IP address via VPN, but that is no longer working.
  13. # Generated settings: USE_DHCP="no" IPADDR="192.168.0.1" NETMASK="255.255.255.0" GATEWAY="192.168.0.x" --> router address DHCP_KEEPRESOLV="no" DNS_SERVER1="192.168.0.x" --> router address DNS_SERVER2="" DNS_SERVER3="" BONDING="no" BONDING_MODE="1" BRIDGING="no" BRNAME="br0" BRSTP="yes" Changing the IP address isn't working. Must have been a fluke. I can't get templates to download without that error, and all my Docker images are showing "Not available" under version, so I can't check for updates. Setting to DHCP on the server and allowing it to pull fr
  14. It was a network issue. For some reason, the data couldn't reach me via my vanilla IP address, so I turned on the VPN to switch to a different geographical location, and that did the trick. It saved the templates and now I have templates in my list. Weird.