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Everything posted by cybrnook

  1. "The advantage of using this setup is that you benefit from Cloudflare fast DNS resolution and add an extra layer of security by hiding your server identity while ensuring that all the connections pass through Cloudflare. This prevents any malicious requests from reaching the server." In a nutshell it let's CF field all the nasties on the web for you, while hiding your server and it's point of origin behind it's WAF. Good way to mitigate attempts against your port forward
  2. Thanks for this! I asked back in December if the Swag container supported this in the groups Discord and @Roxedus said it did not support it and I should instead use a VPN basically. So I ended up going a different direction with the whole thing, but I AM pleased to hear you got it going. Means I could shift back to it if I come back to Swag 🙂
  3. @Djoss looks like is available:
  4. Do we know if 5.11 Kernel is targeted for 6.9 release? Seems to have some perf boosts for AMD users: linux-5-11-is-out-with-amd-and-intel-improvements-and-linus-torvalds-is-happy
  5. @ich777 @Getn67 Did this develop into anything? I also have a FusionIO 6.4TB drive I could help test with if needed.
  6. In the past I used intel quick sync, and in addition I had to have this in my "go" file: # Setup Intel HW pass-through for Plex transcoding modprobe i915 chmod -R 777 /dev/dri
  7. To all, Has anyone been successful in setting up Cloudflare "Authenticated Origin Pulls" with this container, is it possible?
  8. Thanks @binhex for the release of v3
  9. Also seeing this same behavior, VM's section of the Dashboard collapses in on itself when I start a VM (even just 1). When I stop the VM, the section in the dashboard appears again. No VM's running Only Debian VM running (formatting seems to have stacked on itself in the docker section): If I collapse the VM section, then the Docker section formatting is again correct:
  10. Pay no mind to my notifications, it's something custom I do on my own, but was easy to generate notificaitons. @Squid If I relocate to top right, it works fine (And has that little gap between): If I put it back to bottom right (where I like it), it doesn't work, which is also the same behavior for bottom left:
  11. I can click to dismiss the individual notifications, but the close all button no longer seems to work. Browser is edge chromium
  12. Those are still needed. (I added some more screenshots above)
  13. Just wanted to share a quick success story. Previously (and for the past few releases now) I was using @ich777's Kernel Docker container to compile with latest Nvidia. Excited now to see this be brought in natively, it worked out of the box for me. I use the regular Plex docker container for HW transcoding (adding --runtime=nvidia in the extra parameters and setting properly the two container variables NVIDIA_VISIBLE_DEVICES and NVIDIA_DRIVER_CAPABILITIES). To prepare for this upgrade, while still on beta 30: - disabled docker service - upgraded to beta 35
  14. @Squid I hope all is well with you! Just wanted to drop by and point out something I recently noticed, but seems to have been there for a while. I have the Bitwarden_RS docker installed, and it works fine. Starting/Stopping from the GUI works without issue as well. But, what I am seeing is that however the CA Backup/Restore V2 plugin is handling the shutting down of dockers, it seems to not like the Bitwarden_RS docker. When I watch the backup status, I can see when it get's to Bitwarden it just perpetually waits for shutdown, but seems like it doesn't issue the shutdown command, s
  15. @ich777 Were there any updates to the template in the latest version, or just in the core itself? I only updated vs uninstall/reinstall. I am getting to have so many values in the template defined I really try and avoid deleting altogether if I don't have to 😁.
  16. For anyone interested in using the MaxMinds GeoIP2 functionality, here is a phenomenal blog post that covers how to do it! Thanks @GilbN
  17. Don't forget you need to map that same directory where your bitwarden log file is into your swag container. Then also make sure the path in the bitwarden_rs.conf file for fail2ban has the same "container" path. This is mine for example: Bitwarden (I manually created the dir and made it nobody:users 777 since bitwarden seems to be running/setting root for all 🙂 ) Swag: Swag fail2ban / filter.d / bitwarden_rs.conf file: # # - Set up logging to file > https://github.