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  1. Just wanted to say that I have the exact same problem. In addition, Sonarr (I assume) creates an additional subdirectory "tv-sonarr" under the directory that I set it to look into, which it fills with the TV downloads. However, even if I move the downloaded files one directory level higher (where they should land anyway), Sonarr does not import them anymore. So far that was no biggie for me (and I thought it was just my usual stupidity) since manual import always worked.
  2. Thanks again, got it. But then, just out of curiosity, since I have to remap both qBT paths to host paths (which do not come out of the box) - what is th "data" path for?
  3. ..and I just saw that it is now fixed in (of all versions) 6.6.6. 🤣
  4. I assumed it would be Host Path 2 (Container Path: /data) which I mapped to /mnt/cache/Downloads/Bittorrent as in the rutorrent container but somehow that didn't do the trick. The directory is being created but the downloads still land in /appdata/binhex-qbittorrentvpn/qBittorrent/downloads/. I can't find any other possible path in the settings section. As regards the rutorrent container: Can't tell for certain, sorry about that.
  5. Wow. just wanted to let you know that today I switched from your rtorrent/rutorrent container (broken for the time being) and, while I originally wanted to use someone else's, I noticed this spankingly brand-new one and decided to give it a whirl: It worked out of the box! I don't find an option though to move the downloads path somewhere else, as your rtorrent/rutorrent container provided. Am I missing something?
  6. That was my first thought too - but my FF settings are that cache, cookies etc. are cleared every time I close the browser. So, that can't be it. But thanks anyway.
  7. Well, thanks for the spanking - I deserved it. In my specific case it was a browser problem (one that I do not understand yet) - Firefox (63.0.1 on 64-bit Win10, updated to 1809 - revised version) shows empty space while Edge (same OS, Microsoft Edge V. 44.17763.1.0) shows the (SMB) shares where and how they are supposed to look.
  8. Hm, I just noticed that I am having the problem with my user shares gone now myself. At this point it does not really bug me, apart from the emptiness under "User Shares" and the blank page I get when I click on "Add Share", everything still seems to work as advertised. But, so just that you know: It isn't fixed in 6.6.5 either.
  9. ? I took this to be some kind of heading.... ...and it works!
  10. Where can I state a different port no. in Transdroid? So far it seems hardwired: Either 80 for http or 443 for https.
  11. ? And I thought I was done....doing it via the browser on my phone. But thanks one more time - I'll give it a try, hoping that the GUI will be somewhat more accommodating than your average browser interface on a phone.?
  12. Ah, yes, of course., two completely different things....?
  13. Correct - it's NAT, so the external IP address is the same for all machines, but the port is forwarded ok.... Oha: If I change the protocol from UDP to TCP it works. Now I will just have to exchange the VPN server UDP file for a TCP one, restart and I should be all set. Again thanks a lot! Edit: Yup, works like a charm!?
  14. Thanks, tried the port forwarding already, but no luck. supervisord.log says "2018-05-01 15:15:50,871 DEBG 'start-script' stdout output: [info] iptable_mangle support detected, adding fwmark for tables" - but I guess that's not it?