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  1. Ok. that solved the issue for using UNRAID->Docker->Firefox, but this Firefox Docker is just for testing purposes -> I use browser on PC to send torrents to port 811 on UNRAID box. I still can't figure out what is preventing me from accessing port 8112. The chain of data is: PC Browser->PC->Router->UNRAID->docker (Deluge)-> port 8112 PC Browser level: no proxies, no network modifications at all, inherits from PC PC: no proxies, no network modifications at all, inherits from Router Router (pfsense): Special Firewall Rule explicitly
  2. Thanks for detailed message. So basically, you are saying that WebUI should work, but that network/OS/App is somehow not allowing that? I'm accessing webUI from intranet, (no port forward), using default bridge. Tried 4 browsers, on several different devices, to no avail. No VLANs. One of your questions was interesting.... "3. check firewall and ensure no blocking going on especially if you recently changed your firewall config, if no go:-" ---- I have explicit rule that permits access from pc (LAN1) to UNRAID (LAN2). ---- I did
  3. Didn't work on my end. Still cannot access WebUI @ [IP]:8112 Updated .ovpn file. Started docker. curl command directly to my VPN provider shows: "You are connected to [VPN provider name] ([SERVER name]). Your IP address is [VPN server address]" Therefore, VPN connection is correctly established. "netstat -an | grep LISTEN" gives ***************** sh-5.1# netstat -an | grep LISTEN tcp 0 0* LISTEN tcp 0 0*
  4. I am having exactly the same problem. Using different VPN provider. WebUI worked just fine until this past Sunday when it stopped. The only thing I did was updated docker, like I usually do. When trying WebUI, error message is: "Unable to connect" No changes whatsoever were made to UNRAID.
  5. Hello, How do I get past the installation error? See image. Apparently there's no space left on device,...but that's a bit odd: My docker space has 5.4GB free Cache and disks have >1TB space free. Thx
  6. Hi, thanks for docker! Does anyone know how to import data I need to enable path to my UNRAID shares in Docker->neo4j->Edit?
  7. Hi, Meanwhile, I realized that the red "X" stands for "Remove from Private Registry". I guess there are two linux "resilio sunc" apps because these are from two different repositores. (linuxserver vs DockerHub) How do I switch from private to official "resilio sync" without de/install and re-setting up all syncs?
  8. I am running 6.9.1. Recently I noticed that CA plugin "Appdata Backup/Restore v2" issued notice within its plugin: "NOTE: USB Backup is deprecated on Unraid version 6.9.0 It is advised to use the plugin instead" I wasn't able to find " plugin" for automated, scheduled backing up of USB in the way that "Appdata Backup/Restore v2" did it. Is manual USB backup now the only way to backup USB configuration?
  9. Can someone please explain the difference between these two Resilio apps by linuxserver?? I installed long time ago the one on the right.
  10. That's not what it means. I checked few apps I have installed including swag... None other icons have red star. All installed apps have a "EDIT" icon on lower left, vs "DOWNLOAD" icon (for uninstalled icons).
  11. I noticed two Resilio apps listed by linux server. Is the one with the star deprecated? How do I switch from the one on the right to the one on the left ? (-given they are both linux, can i simply edit docker-template under advanced?)
  12. SOLVED USB stick was dead. Had to reinstall UNRAID OS on a new USB stick. Luckily I had configuration saved.
  13. I recently unplugged USB cable from external HDD being mounted to UNRAID server via "Unassigned Devices". After I reattached the drive, the drive won't mount correctly. Attached pics show how this looks along with logs. Specific error message states: "Tower unassigned.devices: Mount of '/dev/sdh2' failed. Error message: FUSE exfat 1.3.0 WARN: volume was not unmounted cleanly. fuse: mountpoint is not empty fuse: if you are sure this is safe, use the 'nonempty' mount option" I note recommendation to run "fsck" command.