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  1. Hmm, to be honest, I didn’t know that there is a bookmarks panel for frequently used folders, so I couldn’t tell you. Never used the command line feature either, so I am sorry to say that I can’t be of any help with either one of your questions. But someone here surely must know.
  2. I also used Dolphin before I started using Krusader, and felt much more drawn to the UI of Krusader...just seemed more refined and “tight” to me. And when I found binhex Krusader, that impression was further enhanced by binhex’s addition of the windows bar at the bottom, which allows direct access to all active windows of your Krusader instance, like the queue, the directory sizes tool, and everything else Krusader can do in parallel to being the excellent file manager that it is.
  3. I am not aware of having used geoip, and don't even know what it is used for, or what part of Letsencrypt uses it. I saw it mentioned in this thread, and that it was deprecated, but shrugged it off as "well, I'm not using it, so that can't be it"...but maybe I did use it unknowingly? what is it used for or by?
  4. After 3hrs with a *very* generous unRAID'er here in Berlin, Toobie, who is running a very similar setup as I am, we isolated the issues I was having to the updated letsencrypt Docker...after figuring out how to downgrade to the most recent previous version (by putting "linuxserver/letsencrypt:0.36.0-ls49" into Letsencrypt's "Repository" field in its settings...that is if you're on INTEL 64bit, not ARM!), the Docker re-installed itself and, lo-and-behold, my site could be reached again. Now what exactly caused it to not be reachable anymore after the upgrade to the newest version is beyond me (connection refused errors in all browsers), but I thought I'd post what fixed it for me here, in case someone else's site runs into the same issue. So happy that aptalca's amazing Letsencrypt is working again, and for the gracious gift of time that Toobie presented me with today, to get me back on track. Will have to be more careful with the "Update All" button from here on out.
  5. Thanks denishay, and yes, that is exactly what I had hoped to accomplish when I posted this, but had no idea of how to. I have since found more info about the External Storage extension, and managed to get it to work like that with the help of the esteemed community, here. A lot of things to look out for a configure correctly before it works like that, even though that once configured correctly, it makes complete sense.
  6. After updating the Docker today, and doing nothing that I can think of (what I did change in my settings and config files, I have since un-done), I can't connect to my domain anymore...log is attached, and letsencrypt.status.io appears to show some issues...is it something I did, or is there a problem outside of my control? 2019-08-05_log-02.rtf
  7. your English is perfectly fine. I'm gonna experiment with this for a bit now...so cool! thanks for being so helpful.
  8. ok, you really helped me gain a better understanding of what is what, and how to use it...thanks so much for that! so, does a member's reputation value, of which you have +46 (and I only +4, lowly me), get calculated from likes or upvotes, or what? I liked and upvoted your response that got me on the right path, but is that enough to gain you some reputation? it's the only way I can think of, right now, to express my appreciation.
  9. ...and I would need to add each of those mappings into the Docker container's settings first, before being able to reference them in External storage?
  10. Ok, I used /Data in the Container path field, hit "Add", and verbose mode announced the successful addition. Then, in the "External storage" settings, I entered "Data" into the "Folder name" field, set "External storage" to "Local", "Authentication" to "None", "Configuration" to "/Data", and "Available for" to allow only "admins" for now, since I am the only user of this system, for now. I also enabled "Allow users to mount external storage", the clicked the checkmark, and...got a green checkmark for the first time!! 😄 And lo and behold, inside of my Nextcloud "All files" section, I now see "Data" and all of my unRAID folders inside of it. Brilliant, uldise, you just made my week! So, from there I can add addition path mappings, for example, directly into "Projects", "Media", "Clients", etc., I take it?
  11. Before I hit "Add" and lose my Docker again, would this be correct?
  12. Thanks for that instruction, uldise, but as easy as that may be for you, I still struggle very much with the correct syntax of how (and where exactly) paths like that are added and referenced... So, as for "map you unraid folder to docker path in your Nextcloud docker settings.", I would need to use the "+Add another Path..." link at the bottom and add it there? I have been there before and tried my luck, but was confused about the difference between the "Container Path" and "Host Path" fields...my unRAID user share lives at /mnt/user/unRAID, so that goes into the "Host Path" field, I take it, since one can actually select it with the shown directory structure that pops up? if that is correct, then what goes into the "Container Path"? The Nextcloud container path? (which would be /mnt/user/nextcloud/) Once I filled that in correctly, I can move on to the second part of your instructions, which I am also somewhat confused about. To add to my confusion, when I last tried these instructions, which I also found somewhere else, on reddit maybe, and I added those paths (probably incorrectly) and hit "Add", the Docker showed me some verbose feedback of restarting itself with these new settings, and then disappeared entirely...gone, even from the Dashboard, leading me to having to re-install it from scratch.
  13. Ok, since I didn't get any responses to my question above, I ended up deleting and re-installing the Nextcloud Docker into its own subfolder, and it all seems to work as intended so far, so that part of my question is now solved. But even after following along to various instructions given in online videos and forum threads, what I am still stuck on is properly configuring the "External storage" feature to point to my unRAID user share (or any of its sub-folders)...I have tried "Local", and "SMB/CIFS" unsuccessfully...after clicking the checkmark on the right, the icon to the left of the folder name field spins, initially, but always results in the red exclamation mark icon. What am I doing wrong?
  14. Thanks for creating this! Finally tried to tackle the install of this, following along SpaceInvader's install video, and after some initial troubles, got it to work. What I do notice is that even though I configured NextCloud's data to resolve to my main unRAID user share containing all of my production data (/mnt/user/unRAID/), I cannot see that data when I log into NextCloud. When I followed SpaceInvader's instructions, I left the "Data Folder" field at just /data as per his instructions, but was that really the correct thing to do? I should add that I did *not* create a new share for nextcloud, as per his instructions, thinking that I'd want nextcloud to use my existing unRAID user share instead. Since I don't like to see all of NextCloud's files in the root of my unRAID user share, where and how would I be able to change this, after the fact, or would I have to re-install the Docker entirely to change this now? But since I would really like to let NextCloud see and use my entire unRAID user share, how would I accomplish that? Could I have NextCloud *both* keep all of its own files in a user share called "nextcloud", *and* allow it to see my entire unRAID user share? I hope that wasn't too confusing of a question. 😕
  15. Stumped about what happened, but when I first set up ZeroTier, I was able to see my unRAID in the MacOS Finder's Network section. At some point, I don't know when and why, it disappeared from Network again. Now, many months later, I am trying to see what can be done to connect to unRAID again from within Finder, but even after re-tracing all configuration steps, I fail to succeed. The ZeroTier app on my Mac shows Status as OK after I solved a PORT_ERROR message, and I double-checked all network id settings and such in the ZeroTier settings on unRAID, restarted it numerous times, made sure it shows as "Online" in my.zerotier.com account, but nothing seems to bring my unRAID sytem back into my Network. Where to go from here?