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Everything posted by j0nnymoe

  1. You wouldn't reverse proxy a database connection via a HTTP proxy. Just point your windows application at the firebird SQL port number and away you go.
  2. It clearly states in that chart that gpu doesn't support HEVC. Basically purchase a better card.
  3. The nvidia 710 doesn't seem to have NVENC so it's not going to work / plus not supported by nvidia-smi.
  4. You would have to give that request to the grocy developers directly.
  5. We only do testing when unraid is running on bare metal / host os. I suspect it could be to do with nvidia not liking their cards running in a virtual environment which is why you're getting this issue.
  6. Looks like corrupted database. Restore a backup.
  7. All you do is create a subdomain at your DNS - point it to your IP and then browse to https://subdomain.domain.com:portnumber .
  8. Not unless there is a alpine package for that module.
  9. Again as per the readme, it states `need to change both sides` aka the container port and host port to match and you haven't done this.
  10. Did you create a new mapped port for the container?
  11. I assume you read this section of our readme https://github.com/linuxserver/docker-qbittorrent/blob/master/README.md#webui_port-variable
  12. It's not like we've got a forum / discord server or even IRC..
  13. Your guess is as good as mine, I'm not involved with them.
  14. Nothing - the latest tag hasn't been updated yet. https://hub.docker.com/r/emby/embyserver/tags
  15. You'll have to check the nvidia support list for the driver installed. We only have a handful of cards we can test in the group.
  16. You've hit the request limit: There were too many requests of a given type :: Error creating new order :: too many certificates already issued for exact set of domains: linnaeus.duckdns.org,linnio.duckdns.org,lserv.duckdns.org: see https://letsencrypt.org/docs/rate-limits/ Need to wait for that to reset which I believe is 7 days.
  17. There is a config included with our letsencrypt container.
  18. Run tvheadend in host instead of bridge. As per the documentation: https://github.com/linuxserver/docker-tvheadend#host-vs-bridge
  19. Glad to here it's working you. I'm planning on digging into this properly myself soon. I guess you could use something like dbeaver to read the dB?
  20. Correct, you just access it from your web browser.
  21. Of course, just have to connect a usb barcode scanner to your computer. The fact it's in a docker container doesn't limit that.
  22. Eh nothing too major to worry about IMO. The only one relevant is CVE‑2018‑6260 and you need physical access to the machine. Rest of the CVE's are windows.
  23. I would seek support from unifi directly. No one within the team will be able to test as we don't have any USG's.
  24. All the information to configure the convert plugin is here: https://beets.readthedocs.io/en/v1.4.7/plugins/convert.html