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  1. Where is the .bash_profile located that you edited and finally made it stick? On the Unraid stick so in boot, or are you editing the profile on your local machine?
  2. Yes, tried, as well as set-inform via ssh ... doing some more checking as to why its stopped working overnight. Edit: Resolved by waiting for disconnection and then forgetting device....without forgetting it would not adopt, now provisioning. Thanks for your help.
  3. Thanks for that, appreciated. I found it out as LTS wouldn't allow a backup restore so had to pin the version at the last v5 on docker. Backup restored but cannot get my two access points to adopt, so no wifi and that adds extra pressure on me from the household I've pinned at linuxserver/unifi-controller:5.14.23-ls76
  4. I missed the memo about LTS but will use it in future, as the 'latest' appears to be 6.0.20 beta? Which borked my setup, so LTS for me in future After some reviewing of the Unifi forum, it seems there are a fair few issues still outstanding with v6, fyi.
  5. Excellent support, thank you. Your update works well for me
  6. Thanks for the useful plugin I wondered if it was possible / helpful if the hostname could be added to the export naming, so with multiple unraid servers we don't inadvertently import to the wrong one. <hostmame>.docker.folder-AllFolders-2020_09_09-1.json
  7. +1 for me on this, I have 9 VLANS and the docker allocations page is just a jumped mix of items that don't help with finding free resources. Being able to sort, by vlan for example would give a much more usable list.
  8. +1 for docker swarm support, as unraid is great for basic docker tasks and running single instances, but having my 3 unraid servers working together to maintain uptime to my clients would be a real plus.
  9. I don't believe there is. The posts I have seen prefer the gui to be used to change the xml files, so I have added the traefik labels into configs in the dynamic traefik files instead. it takes away some of the benefit of traefik, but it works.
  10. Love the native docker support, its so easy to spin up a docker and test some new open source software. 3 licenses and counting and pondering the need for a 4th server 😃 2 of these only have 3 2.5in hard drives, so would love native ssd support for the protected storage, for fast docker servers for web services hosting type of tasks.
  11. Ok thanks. I was more hoping I could manually edit the LE url in the code to create my certs, as judging by the lack of responses here, it wouldn't be a popular feature request. I will look for a puppet plugin or similar that allows me to populate my unraid servers certs automatically rather than having to manually create and maintain their certs Thanks for both for your inputs.
  12. Hi there Thanks for the response, but that was not what I was asking I had read the help and it is a manual process, where I am asking if the LE url you use for automatically getting LE certs can be replaced. See here -> https://letsencrypt.org/docs/staging-environment/ Replacing this url -> https://acme-staging-v02.api.letsencrypt.org/directory With my acme server, I can create my certs from my own CA.
  13. @CorneliousJD your config was the same as mine. Likely its from a previous nextcloud config as mine was. Updated to their latest format in the link above and it worked fine.
  14. Well, they should be -> https://docs.nextcloud.com/server/17/admin_manual/installation/nginx.html I guess updating from very early versions, I need to tweak my configs to the latest guidance from nextcloud.
  15. my location / is; Better check the latest nextcloud guidance.