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  1. I'm having a devil of a time logging in to Openvpn-as as an admin with a fresh install. Everything states that the default user/pw is simply "admin" and "password", but that doesn't work. I re-ran the ovpn-init script and it instructs me to use a username of "openvpn" with the same password used to authenticate this UNIX host, which I assume is my root Unraid password... but that doesn't work either. Am I missing something blindingly obvious?
  2. I'm having trouble defining paths. This hasn't been an issue before in older versions of Sab that I've used. Whenever I try to put in a custom path (ex. /mnt/user/Videos/Movies/) it gives me an error saying "docker-compose mount path must be absolute". I'm not sure how to get any more absolute than what I'm already putting in. Any ideas on how to solve this?
  3. I agree that this would be a nice feature to have. I've actually been wanting to downgrade my server to use SSDs instead of the big HDDs that are in it right now; I don't need as much storage as I once did and I'd love an easy way to replace them all one-by-one without starting entirely from scratch on the whole thing.
  4. there are multiple reasons why it might not be working, you must click on advanced view to see the environment variables that need defining, probably a good place to start is to look at the supervisord.log file in the /config folder. Hm, thanks. I can get to the WebUI if I set VPN_ENABLED to 'no', but if it's set to 'yes' I can't access it. I've filled in my PIA info and I'm logged into the VPN on my computer, but it's a no-go.
  5. I'm trying to install the DelugeVPN docker, but I'm getting the 'ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED' error when I try to access it. It seems to download and installed just fine, and all of my other dockers are working perfectly. Are there any configurations that need to be set before trying to log in for the first time?
  6. I tried upgrading to .14b this morning, and now my server won't come up even after multiple reboots. Where can I download the .13 files so that I can roll it back?
  7. (I haven't read all 9 pages yet) All kinds of Docker problems though. I had issues with running into the max container size but it wouldn't let me increase it. So, I nuked the docker .img and now I can't restart the service.
  8. Hm, it looks like part of my problem may be that I'm out of space on my Docker share. Is it possible to resize it?
  9. Thanks for the help. Still didn't work though, and I'm not sure what ID it is referring to in the error I'm getting:
  10. Any chance I can get some help with this? I really don't know how to fix this issue.
  11. I guess I can try that. It doesn't look like there is a way to do it from the GUI. How would I do it from the command line? Yeah, I mean I just hit the 'Update' button in the GUI and the update failed halfway through for some reason. Now this container seems to be broken and I can't remove it.
  12. I somehow had a Plex container get corrupted; it failed during an update and now the whole thing is broken in ways I don't quite understand. I'm perfectly happy nuking the whole thing and starting over with it, but I don't seem to be able to do that. When I try to remove the container & image I get this error: (Container cc19f49e45a1 is the one that I'm trying to delete, and it is stopped so I'm not sure why it is using 6b9114022a85) And when I try to remove just the container I get this error: Any advice?
  13. New question, now that I updated to today's version of the plugin: is it possible to expand the size of a hard driver that is in use by a VM? I don't see how to do it, if so.
  14. Woohoo! I got Windows Server 2012 R2 up and running in KVM. Aside from looking up a bit of info on which libvirt drivers to install (Windows 8, AMD64) it was just about the easiest thing ever.