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  1. yeah that is what I was afraid of. Thank you for confirming that..
  2. @corfoto4: thanks for pointing out this tutorial, very informative.. specifically finding out the python version. @all: sive clearly the python version is up and running and up to date so the latest version of YaRSS2 sould be perfect.. never the less.. and as pointed out above: i found the following on https://dev.deluge-torrent.org/wiki/Plugins. YaRSS2: An RSS plugin configurable through the GUI: Support webgui :No, deluge 2.x support: Yes does this mean i can't get YaRSS2 to work with this version? any thoughts are much appreciated, as if it ca
  3. @ados Could this be the cause of my issue too? although I tried to install 1.x versions too? in the plugins folder a zip-folder named: [object FileList] with in this folder two other folders: EGG-INFO and yarss2.. from this it would seem that the installation worked.. never the less it doesn't work. now i just also saw the following: YaRSS2: An RSS plugin configurable through the GUI: Support webgui :No, deluge 2.x support: Yes this confuses me.. as delugevpn is 2.0.4dev38 and i believe webui (also/only) so is this supported or not?
  4. have a look at this link: https://wiki.servarr.com/Docker_Guide i am not sure this will be helpfull for you. but it has definately been helpfull for me for anderstanding file structures outside and inside containers and getting containers to work with each other while still keeping an understandable folder tree.. I do also seem to have an issue with the sonarr renaming part not working. but i need to dive into that later, first i need to solve other issues, never the less the above tutorial have made things quite a lot clearer (for me) ps: if you solve your
  5. i have again another question though, sorry.. i am trying to install a YaRSS2 plugin, as your container is ofcourse running as docker container i have no thoughts on if there is pythn running and ifso which, but according to tutorials i need python to install plugins and one would also need to choose the plugin file accordlingly. I do have python3.7 runnning on my nas outside the container, but don't know how to use this in this situation really. Doesn anyone here have any experience with installing plugins on this deluge version or any thoughts on the matter? ps: i r
  6. hey all as mentioned all is up and running beautifully (delugevpn) but i am not sure about the logic behind the downloaded file locations. these are my set volumes: /volume1/Download:/Downloads /volume1/Docker/Deluge/config:/config /volume1/Docker:/data i just can't seem to locate the downloaded files once done.. i intended them to arrive in /volume1/Download. but it isn't there.. (location in deluge /root/Downloads) when i relocated the downloaded files it ends up in: /volume1/Docker/Deluge/config/NEWFOLDER. so in a different 'branch'
  7. @binhex thank you!!! thank you so much!!! that did it.. 2 weeks of work completed
  8. @binhex thanks for that pointer.. i am startving now.. but i will dive into it tonight.
  9. in addition to the question above.. i thought maybe there is some limitation on access, so to run it through portainer as stack (sorry!!) and make sure i had the "enable access control' turned off... so i ran the following docker-compose code (manually converted, was actually sort of proud that i managed to do so ) version: "2.1" services: arch-delugevpn: image: binhex/arch-delugevpn container_name: delugevpn cap_add: - NET_ADMIN environment: - VPN_ENABLED=yes - VPN_USER=LPRy................... - VPN_PASS=SV2..................... - V
  10. hello all i have finally the delugevpn container running.. and the log seems to be fine.. unfortunately when i try to access the web gui ( it doesn't open and finally times out (running only delugevpn container) i should NOT run an instance of binhex/arch-delugevpn and linuxserver/deluge correct? any idea why i can't get the web gui opened? ps: 8118 for privoxy didn't work either. i added the log as pdf (so i don't clutter the forum more then i already do ) delugevpn syslog.pdf
  11. "and the certificates referenced in the ovpn file (certificates will normally have a crt and/or pem extension)." i have the open vpn file i need. but about the referenced certificate(s), the CA is incorporated into the ovpn file for surfshark, so there is no seperate ca.crt file, ofcourse i can create one but i believe it not to be necessary. but there are certificates mentioned, should there be another (.crt / key) file? and ifso, what is the name?
  12. thank you! agai this should have been obvious to me, still it wasn't many thanks!!
  13. oke that is clear! unfortunately that calls for another question (which i hope to understand but dot). this line: -v /etc/localtime:/etc/localtime:ro \ has three parts. /etc/localtime: = system? /etc/localtime: = Deluge (but the same) but what is the ro \. i specifically ask as my ADM os on my nas doesnt's have a etc/ folder at all, but there has to be a way it draws the time from somewhere.. so that is my next step to figure out. Kind greatings Matthieu
  14. that is clear! thank you. one more question though.. taking the line again: -v /apps/docker/deluge/config:/config \ i get ofcourse the tree part /apps/docker/config part also the : but what does the second /config and \ mean? thanks for all the help!