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  1. if you dont need persistance, please edit the mosquitto.conf: persistence false persistence_file mosquitto.db persistence_location /config/data/ and restart MQTT...
  2. Does your MQTT directory look like this?: You can also try setting open permissions on that directory: cd /mnt/user/appdata chmod -R 777 MQTT
  3. @Lebowski that is strange. That error looks to be caused by having persistence=true in the config file and not being able to write the mosquitto.db file. Can you share the config file (delete any private bits) ?
  4. @Lebowski sorry for the delay in the reply. please try this fix: Change the permissions of the appdata directory for your MQTT data: for example: chown -R nobody:users /mnt/user/appdata/MQTT and you should be ok.
  5. for serial devices (such as my two 3d printers using octoprint), I just use the /dev/serial/by-id/@xxxxxxxxxx paths for them.
  6. I use the /dev/serial/by-id/@xxxxxxxxxx paths for my devices
  7. You may have to keep changing it as the template is not refreshed on the update. Check your /boot/config directory structure for the cached templates and also edit it there Sent from my SM-N976B using Tapatalk
  8. I have pushed this - note that you will not see the change if you already downloaded NR as the template is cached on your boot drive. Thanks for the link - I didnt see it when I first made the template in 2016! You can change it on your own system btw
  9. actually I was wrong again - NodeRed was changed but not pihole... SORRY - will fix it now
  10. I've not changed it yet....... :-) WRONG!! I did change it some time ago to /mnt/user/appdata/nodered/ .It must be cached on your boot/config volume.....
  11. You are free to set the appdata to where you like. This was a setting that I used when the template was originally written. The problem is that changes to templates are not written back to existing installations.
  12. nbrowser seems to have not been updated for a long while. There is another node (scrape-it) that may help?. I used to use the HTTP nodes when I wrote an integration to HiveHome - but I swapped that over to HomeAssistant.
  13. tried this one: ?
  14. The NodeRed team did not allow SUDO or APT-GET in their docker images so unfortunately you will need to build a different docker file if you need to do this. (INCORRECT) I just built the template for the official docker image (and abandoned my custom one some time ago). What are you trying to do with nbrowser? EDIT: add "--user=0" without the quotes to Extra Parameters, this will allow you to use the APK command to install any dependancies
  15. Use the /dev/serial/by-id/ directory so that your tty address does not change. You will need to add the additional serial posrts in octoprint as per my earlier post
  16. ok, thats a shame. If you did not have any extra rules setup then it is easy to reinstall. I couldn't operate without it now!.
  17. Unrelated to any problems for the official pihole docker (my template has no tweaks, its just vanilla), @testdasi has produced a nice version with DOT/DOH baked in. It is worth a try for more security & piece of mind.
  18. @Unraiding Both of my Piholes are running ok (sorry, but I know that doesn't help you!). There seems to be a number of people using pihole that have had similar messages in the past with pihole. Most just reinstall. I guess the easiest way is to use the SETTINGS/teleporter function to save your settings, stop pihole, delete files in the data directory, reinstall and load settings back in using teleporter. The docker is the official one from Pihole with no changes - so you can also post on their github page. (there does seem to be similar messages there
  19. A couple of people were looking at the app so I thought that it would be worthwhile helping with a template. I have just used it to scan 10,000 photos and it will index them by date etc. Looks ok to browse through your collection but doesnt seem to have photo recognition.
  20. I've just published a Photostructure template for you to try... @Gog @casperse
  21. ****** Please use the Official Template for Photostructure instead of this one ******* A template for the official Photostructure docker. (let me know if it needs any tweaks) On the settings - pay attention to the option to leave photos in original location or to copy them to the new library location.
  22. There seems to have been a problem with a template not updating to Github. I have changed the template with the correct url and added the Safe Mode parameter. It should roll out soon for new users.
  23. ok, you can start NodeRed in SAFE mode by enabling an option.. Please edit the settings to add the option below and set the option to true. They may be a faulty node loaded?. There are also cli commands that will check to see if nodes are outdated and repair them.