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  1. I understand your position. It would, however, in my opinion, be a very nice thing to have. NerdPack/DevPack wouldn't exist if there wasn't a desire for something like that. I don't need my server to be a workstation, but I do want it to have a nice SSH experience, e.g. with fish shell, tmux, lf, exa, bat, mcfly etc.
  2. Yeah, I get that, but having a package manager and a repo containing the essentials (and the potential for community repos) would be worth so much.
  3. Check if you have "/boot/config/plugins/user.scripts". If so, your scripts should be in the "scripts" folder there, which you can back up and then re-install the plugin.
  4. There are pre-built binaries of bat that you can just put somewhere in your path, in the meantime.
  5. I have qBittorrent run a script upon download completion, so it runs from within the container. In this script I can `curl http://<server ip>:<container port>` of one container without issues, but for another one, it fails to connect and times out. If I replace `<server ip>` (e.g. with `<internal container ip>` (e.g. it works fine for both containers. Does anyone know why that is? All containers are on the same custom Docker network. Also, `curl http://<container name>:<container port>` works from within all containers except binhex-qbittorrentvpn, where I get `Could not resolve host: <container name>`. Any way to get container name resolution working?
  6. Node v14.13.0 is built-in to Unraid 6.9.2. If you need a newer version, run it in a Docker container.
  7. No need for that. You can run them directly like: bash /boot/config/plugins/user.scripts/scripts/<name>/script
  8. I think it's been down for a while now. is a good alternative.
  9. That's exactly what you should do Never create directories straight in `/mnt/user` because Unraid will treat them as user shares, which is all fucky.
  10. You should definitely fix that. Where are your appdata folders "spread around"? Usually one would want all appdata under `/mnt/user/appdata` (or `/mnt/cache/appdata`, only if you have a cache pool). When you create a new container, you need to make sure `/config` (or whatever the mount point is called in the particular image) points to `/path/to/appdata/<name of container>`. This usually happens by default when installing from a CA (i.e. not directly from e.g. Docker Hub). Go to `/Settings/DockerSettings` in the web UI and check that `Default appdata storage location` is what you expect it to be. If not, choose `Enable Docker` -> `No` to shut down the Docker service and then you'll be able to change that path. After that, enable Docker again.
  11. It sounds like you're not using the actual CA template. It's named "plex-utills" but if you search for that, you won't get any results. You have to search for "plex utills", i.e. without the hyphen.
  12. Happy new year, buddy. The config is in /root/.config/bashtop
  13. Just extract the CA_backup.tar file and you'll have every data folder separately so that you can restore whichever files you want.
  14. Could it be that it's a dependency of some other package? Mine might come from Fish shell.