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  1. looks like you can access all the shares by setting it to /mnt/user/ but some guides ive watched dont recommend doing that. I ended up not really needing access more than one share.
  2. resolved I needed to set umask for the docker. by default it is set to 0022 but unraid which is just root for delete/modify. 0002 worked for me some say to just use 0000 but I read that is more insecure an example of the dialog is in a previous resilio sync post A post explaining umask options https://www.cyberciti.biz/tips/understanding-linux-unix-umask-value-usage.html also got some help from this basic docker guide https://wiki.servarr.com/docker-guide Looks like in the past people would set PUID and PGID to 1000 so that may be another way to go about it.
  3. resolved I needed to set umask for the docker. by default it is set to 0022 but unraid which is just root for delete/modify. 0002 worked for me some say to just use 0000 but I read that is more insecure an example of the dialog is in a previous resilio sync post A post explaining umask options https://www.cyberciti.biz/tips/understanding-linux-unix-umask-value-usage.html
  4. looking for some help with deemix docker. I cant delete or modify the files that it downloads via a Win10 computer over SMB complete details are over in this thread
  5. The reason why I put this in general was because it seems to apply to all docker containers. General web search shows results for deemix and may others. Should I have put this under docker support instead? https://forums.unraid.net/forum/47-docker-containers/ So lets go back a bit. You mention setting permissions correctly for Resilio Sync which also should apply to deemix. How do I set permissions for a docker container. Also what would I want to set them to and why. From my research this relates to the PUID and PGID. I do not know for sure these are the correct values that need to be modified.
  6. These are docker containers that I will be using for the foreseeable it would be quite annoying to have to use the console everytime I wanted to delete or modify a file that was created by them. for reference resilio sync is a sync program can sync literally anything. Maybe its syncing a project im working on with other people where i would need to be able to manipulate the files. Deemix is a music downloader. Would be nice to me able to move the files when they are done as they are already on the correct share, not copy open up console, manually delete the files. What your suggesting is would be equivalent to opening terminal on your android phone everytime you want to delete and extra picture that you took and dont need anymore.
  7. When I go to delete or modify a files that are in a share and those files were created by docker container I cant delete or modify them with my user that has read/write access to that share. The error I get is: "You need permission to perform this action You require permission from UNRAIDSERVERNAME \ nobody to make changes to this file" From my under standing this is because by default the docker containers save using the root user. Since I am using "user1" via SMB on Windows 10 I dont have permission for these files. From reading I may be able to use "Docker Safe New Perms" to resolve this issue for files currently. However I want to make it so that all future files saved by the docker can be accessed by "user1" or any other user that has privileged via SMB on Windows 10 machines. From my searches I have yet to find a way to do that. I think this is controlled by the docker containers PUID and PGID settings but this is where im looking for some additional help. Yes I have already deleted my windows credentials and manually created them. My unraid user is different from my windows user so there is no conflict there. I also have no folders public or secure so the windows machines cant browse the network device with lower permissions. To clarify the issues are only with files created by docker containers. I can read the files. I can not modify or delete these files. Thanks in advance for the help. I'm still new to unraid, linux, docker, etc.
  8. So just to clarify in case im missing something this dock only has access to sync folders that are stored in whatever you set as "Host Path 2: /sync" this means I cant just sync a folder that is already in one of my shares, correct?