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  1. With the help of Alien BOB from https://slackware.nl/, I go to this solution: Download an ISO with your preferred desktop from https://slackware.nl/slackware-live/latest/ Proceed with setting up normally Select Install from ftp/http server Set the first path to https://slackware.nl/slackware/slackware64-14.2/ for the 14.2 release Set the package path to slackware64 Proceed with the installation normally
  2. Hi everyone, I am looking at compiling a package for unraid and I would like to do that in a VM. I thought I should use Slackware64 14.2 for the compilation as that is the bistro from which unraid 6.9.3 is based. I tried to download a few ISOs of SW64 14.2 from various sources but I can't get any to work. Using the official install DVD, I am blocked at the "welcome to grub" screen and nothing more happens. Would anyone have a copy of a working install medium for Slackware64 14.2 please? Thanks
  3. Hi Dalben, Did you get it to work by any chance? I have tried as well but getting an error that it is being run as root. Thanks
  4. Hi, I have noticed a strange behaviour with docker webUI IP address. I have setup my server to be accessible via a vpn (10.147.17.XXX), via its local ip address (192.168.1.XXX) and via the my server plugin (xxxx.unraid.net). I have a few docker containers and a VM. If I click on the docker containers "webUI" link, it always sends me to my local IP address (192.168.1.XXX) independently of what is shown in the address bar. However, when I click on "VNC remote", it always follows what is in the address bar. How can I get my docker containers to follow the same rule? Thanks
  5. Hey, Thanks for the feedback. I was also eyeing at photoprism; I'm glad I waited a bit before setting it up. I'll update the guide with your suggestions. I am surprised for the import folder but I must admit that I didn't try it myself. Thanks
  6. How to setup 1) Create a custom docker subnetwork (named privnet in this example): docker network create --subnet=192.168.255.0/24 photonix_net 2) INSTALL POSTGRE a) Install postgres from CA. I used the from: https://forums.unraid.net/topic/69483-support-jj9987-postgresql/ b) Change its name to the following: photonix_postgres11 c) Modify the Network Type to the network created before: Custom: photonix_net d) Change the POSTGRES_PASSWORD to: postgres e) Change the POSTGRES_DB to: photonix f) Change the Database Storage Path to: /mnt/cache/appdata/postgres_photonix 3) INSTALL REDIS a) Install redis from CA. I used the one from: https://forums.unraid.net/topic/69490-support-jj9987-redis/ b) Change its name to the following: photonix_redis c) Modify the Network Type to the network created before: Network Type: Custom: photonix_net 4) INSTALL PHOTONIX a) Install photonix from CA. I used the from here https://forums.unraid.net/topic/112590-support-cedev-photonix/ b) Adjust the path to the photos. By default, it is: /mnt/user c) Set the django secret hash to by using https://www.gaijin.at/en/tools/password-generator-extended with 128 characters
  7. Overview: Support for Docker image photonix in the cedev repo. Application: Photonix - https://photonix.org Docker Hub: https://hub.docker.com/r/photonixapp/photonix/ GitHub: https://github.com/photonixapp/photonix Documentation: https://photonix.org/docs/ If you appreciate my work, then please consider buying me a beer 😁
  8. Hi everyone, I am trying to setup photonix on my unraid 6.9.2 server but I'm struggling a bit. I installed it but can't get further than that. Has anyone been successful in setting this up? Thanks for your help