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  1. Thanks, I just changed DockerClient.php in: /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix.docker.manager/include as a band-aid fix... if (empty($strTag)) $strTag = 'latest'; to $strTag = 'latest';
  2. No nothing new, but there's something else going on here, I just realized why the plex docker is taking the deluge docker's image. I also have a manual tag for the deluge repo....clearly there's something odd here if a have two dockers with != latest as both seem to point to --icon.png file. I'd love to upgrade but 6.7.x seems to freeze on my hardware for some reason.
  3. Thanks, but that didn't work, the image still points to /state/plugins/dynamix.docker.manager/images/--icon.png Seems to be something that's hardcoded in dockerman based on the repo name There's something else going on here, i just realized why the plex docker is taking the deluge docker's image. I also have a manual tag for the deluge repo....clearly there's something odd here if a have two dockers with != latest as both seem to point to --icon.png
  4. I'm still on 6.5.3 and recently I have to downgrade the @binhex plex docker to something other than latest (1.14.0.5470-1-02). The icon is now incorrect (actually it's the deluge icon!) and inspecting the web element points to a '--icon.png' file... Inside the "/boot/config/plugins/dockerMan/images" directory I notice the naming convention has "latest" in the filename so since I moved away from latest I guess therein lies the problem. Thoughts on how I can remedy this quickly? EDIT: seems to be a bug, unfortunately I cannot upgrade due to another problem I'm experiencing..
  5. With the recent update, I'm seeing this: *** Running /etc/my_init.d/20_apt_update.sh... Err:1 http://ppa.launchpad.net/iconnor/zoneminder-1.32/ubuntu xenial InRelease Could not connect to ppa.launchpad.net:80 (91.189.95.83), connection timed out Err:2 http://ppa.launchpad.net/ondrej/php/ubuntu xenial InRelease Unable to connect to ppa.launchpad.net:http:
  6. Memtest on an already stable system with older kernel? I've been on 6.5.3 for years without issues and reverted back and it's stable.
  7. Just tried to upgrade tpo 6.7.2 and I'm experiencing hard random crashes (system unresponsive & always within first 5minutes of boot) and tried to tail the syslog to catch culprit, to no avail. Running the libreELEC dvb build along with two VMs (passing in a quad card NIC to pfsense). I tried setting "PCIe ACS override: to both" from Downstream, previous setting on 6.5.3 was set to "Yes". Has been rock stable on 6.5.3. I'm running an old AMD FX8320 cpu and ASRock 970 EXTREME4 motherboard. No further BIOS updates for this mobo since 2015. This is my append: append vfio-pci.ids=1b73:1100 pcie_acs_override=downstream initrd=/bzroot The pci.ids correspond to the NIC, and I've also got a WinTV HVR-1600, card which I'm not passing through. Any thoughts here? Wait for v5 of the kernel or end of life for this mobo/cpu?
  8. Ah I see. Ok thanks. Guess there's no way around it.
  9. Thanks but everything is local and nothing is on the docker hub. Am I missing understanding something?
  10. I basically have a private docker that I built on unRAID with a custom template. Works but always shows "update ready", is there something I can tweak for this, maybe in the xml file for the template?
  11. Thoughts? I know, not much to go on.
  12. Just upgraded to 6.7.2 and I'm experiencing hard random crashes (system unresponsive & always within first 5minutes of boot) and tried to tail the syslog to catch culprit, to no avail. Running the libreELEC dvb build along with two VMs (passing in a quad card NIC to pfsense, and a USB card to Windows along with a GPU). I tried setting "PCIe ACS override: to both" from Downstream, previous setting on 6.5.3 was set to "Yes". Has been rock stable on 6.5.3. I'm running an old AMD FX8320 cpu and ASRock 970 EXTREME4 motherboard. No further BIOS updates for this mobo since 2015. This is my append: append vfio-pci.ids=1b73:1100 pcie_acs_override=downstream initrd=/bzroot Both pci.ids corresponds to the NIC & USB, and I've got a WinTV HVR-1600 card which I'm not passing through. Any help is much appreciated.
  13. @gridrunnerThanks for this guide. Well done! A couple of comments though. Firstly, I'm not totally keen on the idea of port forwarding directly to my unRAID box's IP address. Shouldn't we worry about this? As such I tried to put nextcloud on it's own IP address via the br0 bridge and continued along with the guide and it did not work. I ran into errors about nginx not being able to resolve the nextcloud docker or something similar. I later realized it probably had something to due with the inherent restriction that docker has when you attempt to have a Docker container trying to talk to its own host, since this is considered a security breach. I'm not sure there's a real way around this restriction here? In any case, I know you can install letsencrypt on pfSense, and I'd love to see a pfSense, letsencrypt and haproxy guide as this particular setup is above my pay grade, so to speak...