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  1. Just added a Hive (British Gas) heating controller node, removed IBM IoT nodes and add Watson IoT instead....
  2. thanks for trying the docker. With MQTT, there is a file created called mosquitto.conf with line 20: allow_anonymous false Change this to true if you do not want passwords.I was sure that if the passwords.mqtt file was empty then it would allow anon access. Will check. Re HA stuff I use my Node-Red and MQTT dockers together. I try to get as much as possible into mqtt directly (various ESP8266 devices) if I can. If not, I use Node-Red to transform the other devices (Hive thermostats - Tado Thermostats & Ciseco sensors https://www.wirelessthings.net/things/sensors) into MQTT messages. That way, I can try various HA applications at the same time: Domoticz, Emoncms, Home-Assistant, OpenRemoteCommander etc without problems.
  3. you shouldn't need to be in the container, have you seen this post: http://lime-technology.com/forum/index.php?topic=38486.msg410452#msg410452 I have set it up to autostart as a server, I'm not sure if I installed the client code as it wasn't needed. Use an external app (mqtt-spy is great) to talk to the server. It works with openhab etc. remember to use ipaddress:port and not localhost:port!
  4. http://www.hashbackup.com/technical/glacier-eol read this before you switch over to Glacier!
  5. Thanks for the heads-up - I have now added this to the Docker as it should make it simpler to add nodes (as long as you dont wipe the docker as you will need to add those nodes again)
  6. yes - would be great to use on unRaid
  7. On the docker currently you cannot add any extra so I bundled the key additions. If there are any that you would like, please let me know and I will add them. I am looking at having a useraddons file that you can edit and then it will load them after a restart.......
  8. Node Red docker has been updated to v0.13.1 today
  9. this is my commandline for the official docker for reference: (using a link to my MariaDB docker) docker run -d --name ownCloud -p 8000:80 -v /mnt/user/docker/appdata/owncloud/apps:/var/www/html/apps -v /mnt/user/docker/appdata/owncloud/config:/var/www/html/config -v /mnt/user/docker/ownclouddata:/var/www/html/data --link MariaDB:mysql owncloud:8.2.2
  10. It is one of the suggestions that I am looking at .... Tony
  11. I have removed googleadservices from the block list as a temporary measure. That's very good of you, don't know how other users will feel about it but thanks... It was catching me out with my kitchen build too!.
  12. I have removed googleadservices from the block list as a temporary measure. If you can remove and redeploy it should be better for you.
  13. Sure, I will be working on this Docker and hope to add user-defined block lists and logging to it. The next major release will be in a couple of weeks due to work commitments. Tony
  14. I have just pushed a new version to dockerhub which uses the --bind-dynamic feature of DNSMASQ Can you try this? If that fails for you, I will change the pointer from 0.0.0.0 to 127.0.0.1 Again, I'm not sure why it only works on my system! regards Tony
  15. It could be - I'm only running a few non-standard ones. Ahhh - Host Mode. It is the new default for the Template as it is slightly faster!
  16. can you try completely removing the unRaid-hole using the docker manager, and then as root on Tower, type: docker run -d --name=unraid-hole -p 53:53/tcp -p 53:53/udp --cap-add=NET_ADMIN spants/unraid-hole and then, if that doesn't work: docker run -d --name="unRaid-Hole" --net="host" -e TZ="Europe/London" --cap-add=NET_ADMIN spants/unraid-hole ^^^ This is the new settings for unRaid-Hole, using Host mode for faster lookups My Network settings are attached, for reference. I have two nw cards but I am only using one. Thanks! Tony
  17. Pulling image: spants/unraid-hole:latest IMAGE ID [latest]: Pulling from spants/unraid-hole. IMAGE ID [340b2f9a2643]: Pulling fs layer. <snip> IMAGE ID [0752514b4a91]: Extracting. Pull complete. IMAGE ID [cbbe3318f326]: Extracting. Pull complete. Already exists. Digest: sha256:27e5abac0fc87ea1565e63f1c610caa872409cb97484c043cf3bc0f5bb31824e. Status: Downloaded newer image for spants/unraid-hole:latest. TOTAL DATA PULLED: 8 MB Command: root@localhost:# /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix.docker.manager/scripts/docker run -d --name="unRaid-Hole" --net="bridge" -e TZ="Europe/London" -p 53:53/tcp -p 53:53/udp --cap-add=NET_ADMIN spants/unraid-hole 93c6d025391ac856998f86cb1e0cc1aed3be73dc5f3ccf570f43653767f3ccd8 The command finished successfully! What other dockers are you using? And what version of unRaid ( I am on 6.1.6)
  18. Can this be configured to do .lan internal dns as well? Also split dns would be nice, so you could use the same names internally and externally for published services on your lan. I dont think so. It is using a blacklist for dns calls rather than acting as a dns server
  19. I have just published unRaid-hole to my docker repository..... This doesn't use the same lists as Pi-Hole but it works the same way - just point your DNS addresses to your unRaid tower and it will forward the valid requests via Googles DNS servers and drop the rubbish ones.... These are the lists that it uses: #advertising http://hosts-file.net/ad_servers.txt #malware http://hosts-file.net/emd.txt #browser exploits http://hosts-file.net/exp.txt #fraud http://hosts-file.net/fsa.txt #spammers http://hosts-file.net/grm.txt #browser hijackers http://hosts-file.net/hjk.txt #misleading marketing (fake flash updates, similar trash) http://hosts-file.net/mmt.txt #illegal pharmacy sites (fake viagra spam?) http://hosts-file.net/pha.txt #phishing sites http://hosts-file.net/psh.txt It is based on https://github.com/arthurkay/sagittarius-A but will have lots of unRaid goodies soon!
  20. It might cause problems with Nodes that have dependancies.
  21. Great - lets see if he fixes that file quickly - if not I will do a workaround. I'm thinking of having an external text file with the required Nodes that gets loaded on restart. That way we can add Nodes without me rebuilding it. Will update soon....
  22. I have notified the maintainer of that Node as I am doing a standard npm install for the Nodes. Were there any other dependancies ? (did you also have to do: npm install eibd)
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