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  1. dboonthego

    [Support] Linuxserver.io - airsonic

    Truth. Upgraded to 6.6.5 last week and found the time to play with Airsonic again tonight. DLNA is finally working! ... but I feel like it should have also worked without the OS update. Thanks for the help.
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    Unraid OS version 6.6.5 available

    It's out, wait no more! 🤘
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    [Support] Linuxserver.io - airsonic

    Looks like unRAID 6.4+ is required to assign a different IP. {sigh} New rabbit hole to follow. https://forums.unraid.net/topic/57181-real-docker-faq/?page=2#comment-584226
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    [Support] Linuxserver.io - airsonic

    Thanks for the clarification. That is how I am setting; with a trailing '/' slash. Network type is set to Bridge, but the template does not have an IP field. Not sure how to assign this.
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    [Support] Linuxserver.io - airsonic

    Thanks. I turned off PLEX and added added the following port config to the docker container. I also tried setting Network Type=Host; Privileged=On. Still no luck. Config Type: Port Name: DLNA Port Container Port: 1900 Host Port: 1900 Connection Type: UDP Description: DLNA Port Still confused about the proper usage of "LAN Server address" in the Airsonic web console. Any other suggestions?
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    [Support] Linuxserver.io - airsonic

    I'm not having luck streaming music with the Airsonic DLNA media server. The media server does not appear to any devices (receiver, tv, etc). I have the PLEX media server docker installed and my devices can see that. I have restarted the Arisonic server each time after saving the DLNA setting. Any suggestions? Thanks! Enable DLNA server: Box checked Use this option to turn on the DLNA/UPnP media server in Airsonic, and stream your media to compatible DLNA players. Requires restart. Media Server name: Airsonic Name of the media server, as shown on DLNA players. LAN Server address: Slightly confused about this setting. I'm not sure exactly what I need to put here. I have tried http://UNRAID-IP/, http://UNRAID-IP/airsonic/, http://UNRAID-IP:4040/, http://UNRAID-IP:4040/airsonic/ The base LAN address to be used for DLNA resources, for example http://192.168.0.2/airsonic/ Log shows the server is enabled or at least started to enable. 2018-11-24 10:37:49.047 INFO --- o.a.player.service.UPnPService : Enabling UPnP/DLNA media server Version10.1.1-RELEASE – December 16, 2017 Serverjetty/9.3.14.v20161028, java 1.8.0_151, Linux (120.3 MB / 442.0 MB)
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    [Support] Linuxserver.io - airsonic

    New to Airsonic. Music, Playlist, and Podcast folders are self-explanatory to me, but I don't understand what Media is for. Can someone explain?
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    Date format in web GUI [SOLVED]

    Thanks. I kept looking in date & time settings.
  9. Is it possible to change the date format used in the web GUI floating status messages, etc from DD-MM-YYYY to MM-DD-YYYY?
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    mover does not preserve directory mtime

    Been waiting patiently
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    mover does not preserve directory mtime

    I was reading the change notes for 6.4.0 and jumped through the roof when I read there is a fix for this. A big thank you!
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    [Support] Linuxserver.io - OpenVPN-AS

    Thanks for the replies guys. I like the analogy. I may revisit the docker based vpn in the future, but for now, since the router is a solution, I will try it out for a bit. Thanks for the input.
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    [Support] Linuxserver.io - OpenVPN-AS

    Why would I want to use this docker if my router supports openvpn? I installed the openvpn-as docker and was never able to get into the webUI. I kept getting an error "This site can’t be reached. 10.x.x.x refused to connect." Then I remembered my router has a vpn service option, which is also confusing, but I was able to enable it and get it working.
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    Server unavailable

    Last night my server went completely unresponsive. I am running v6.2.4. I could not access the web gui, shares, see the server as an attached device on my network, or get a display from the local console. It was working yesterday morning because I received e-mail parity check notifications which completed with 0 errors. The server had not been used between the email and the fail (approx 12 hrs). The only docker installed is Plex and although the service is running, I don't connect much. It has been installed for about 30 days. I recycled power to reboot the machine. Another parity check is underway. Anything I could check or have done differently?
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    Getting Started / Newbie questions

    If you want 4TB of storage, get 2. If you want 8TB, get 3. You can always add to it later. Yes, use the SSD as a cache disk, especially since you mention the desire to use VM's. Like trurl said, booting from USB is your only option. Yes, I'm pretty certain you can, although I have not tried this myself. Yes, you can use remote tools like VNC or remote desktop to connect to your VM. You can also connect using the built-in VNC remote which is browser based. I've never tried to boot unRAID with a board that didn't have onboard video. I never thought it was required, but it looks like it is. You might actually need a card for the OS. I don't know for sure. It looks like it will work, but you should install the 30 day trial to a flash stick and trying things out for yourself. x16/x4 refer to the number of transmit/receive pairs/lanes available to cards occupying those PCIe slots. Generally speaking x16 is twice as fast as x8, four times faster than x4, and sixteen times faster than x1.