BGameiro

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About BGameiro

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  1. There is a Docker specific to R: https://github.com/IRkernel/IRkernel I'll try to add it in a few days. You can find more information regarding other kernels for Jupyter here: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Jupyter#Kernels To update all packages in the docker run `pacman -Syyu`. This shouldn't make any breaking changes, but from the previous replies you can see it there was one between 2 major versions. It is solved now.
  2. I pushed a fix about 1 hour ago. It shouldn't take more than 2 hours to propagate. EDIT: Explanation of the error. The template for JupyterLab is based on Archlinux, a rolling distribution, and when I make another build of the container (even if I don't update the template nor the dockerfile) it updates all packages. A change was made to the jupyterlab package in the Arch repos. From what I could gather, it changed the server app it relies on, making the argument `--app-dir` unusable. This was solved using the `JUPYTERLAB_DIR` environment variable instead. I'm leavin
  3. Just adding the RUN command to the dockerfile would work as RUN commands are integrated as layers into the Docker upon build. If the packages are only specified when pulling the (already built) docker image, it can't be integrated to the build. I'm currently in exams, I'll try to solve it after that. Sent from my ONEPLUS A5000 using Tapatalk
  4. Unfortunately I don't have any letsencrypt config. Have you tried searching https://jupyter-notebook.readthedocs.io? They have some information under "Running a notebook server". Jupyter Notebook's configurations should work with JupyterLab's
  5. Just pushed the new version. Sorry for the delay but I like to test the images before pushing them, that's why I don't use the official image. EDIT: However, I've been using Trilium with Firefox Developer Edition runn on Archlinux and I haven't had any of those problems. Also, from what I could gather, Trilium never had a good track record with mobile, so you may want to take that into account if you plan on taking notes with mobile devices.
  6. There isn't any good reason to copy the files besides the fact that when I mounted the volume in /usr/share/jupyter to let the user access it directly from unraid, it would overwrite the directory. So it now creates an empty directory, mounts the volume and then it copies the data onto there. Regarding Archlinux, I use it as my daily driver for desktop, laptop, etc. and as such I receive more news regarding Arch than other distros. It helps me be aware of any problem that might exist more easily as I only have to keep my eye on this distro. It's a matter of consistency and preference. Sent
  7. I will update it within the next 2 hours. Sorry for the delay. Sent from my ONEPLUS A5000 using Tapatalk
  8. Sry, can you specify the Docker? Trilium or JupyterLab? None of them are near the version 16.
  9. It's pacman packages separated by one space but I think it's not working yet. If you want a specific package, I can add it to the Docker image for you. My server had a problem and I just set it up today. I'm still think how I should properly add the packages. Sent from my ONEPLUS A5000 using Tapatalk
  10. Yes, click on that button, make sure the parameters are the same as to your other install (you can open a new tag and click the edit button on the previous install to copy the parameters) and install. Run to see if everything is working properly and all data is there. If everything is okay just delete the previous install. No data should be lost (I tried about 4 times and it all worked) but making a backup should give ease of mind. Once again, sorry for the inconvenience. Sent from my ONEPLUS A5000 using Tapatalk
  11. I recently changed repository and image for the Trilium application in order to have more control over changes and features that the previous Docker container didn't had. This should allow me to maintain the application in a non-breaking way. Just download the new version keeping the same path for the new install. I apologize for the inconvenience. It should be fixed now. EDIT: Also, the donations on github go to the developers. They do a great job. I only maintain it for Unraid, and my donation link goes to my PayPal/website.
  12. Just updated the template. The backup path is now required with a default of "/mnt/user/appdata/trilium/backup". Also added a donate link for the developer.
  13. This thread can be used as support for the applications I maintain. Links Website: https://bgameiro.me/ Templates: https://github.com/BGameiro2000/unraid-ca/ DockerHub: https://hub.docker.com/u/bgameiro Dockerfiles: https://github.com/BGameiro2000/dockerfile ArchLinux Repository: Donate: https://bgameiro.me/page/donate/ Contacts: https://bgameiro.me/page/contact/ Trilium About the template This template refers to the Trilium Notes Server running as a docker container. It uses the latest released