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  1. Okay I can look into PIA I guess. Quick question though: how is the Docker container different than setting up a bittorrent client in a desktop environment and using NordVPN credentials? When I had that setup configured, I would get full speeds (as long as I was using a proxy close enough). Also, thanks much for your response!
  2. Okay, I've tried doing the research and watching videos and asking for help across different forums/communities. At this point I just don't have the bandwidth to learn the various intricacies and differences of the different clients and docker environments. I tried going the VM route as well and mounting shares within the VM but that didn't work either. At this point, I'm just looking to pay someone to help me get it set up. I've worked directly with SpaceInvaderOne in the past and it was helpful to be able to ask questions about the process and understand why he was doing things a certain way. If you think you'd be interested in helping please respond, PM or reach out to me at matt at seventhaxis dot com. I need to be able to configure a bittorrent client to download directly to a specific directory within one of my shares. I also need this client to connect through my NordVPN subscription. As much as I try, I cannot achieve both of these at the same time, either via Docker or a VM and I'm just tired of spinning my wheels.
  3. I'm looking for an updated guide or information on how to auto-mount the two shares I have listed within the VM configuration. I managed to mount them but want to ensure they are mounted again after startup. Any help is greatly appreciated. Currently running unRAID 6.6.7 and Ubuntu 18.04 LTS.
  4. I realize the title is vague af, but I purposefully wrote it that way because I must be doing something wrong, missing a crucial step, or maybe I just don't understand the process as well as I should. Here are my server's specifications: M/B: ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC. - Z9PA-D8 Series CPU: Intel® Xeon® CPU E5-2670 0 @ 2.60GHz (x2) HVM: Enabled IOMMU: Enabled Cache: 512 kB, 2048 kB, 20480 kB Memory: 64 GB Multi-bit ECC (max. installable capacity 256 GB) Network: eth0: 1000 Mb/s, full duplex, mtu 1500 eth1: not connected Kernel: Linux 4.18.20-unRAID (v6.6.6) x86_64 OpenSSL: 1.1.1a Here is the process I've tried using ISOs for both Windows 10 and Windows 7 Pro x64: I've enabled VMs (obviously) under Settings > VM Manager and I'm using VertIO v0.1.160-1. I've tried starting the VM with multiple CPUs and a single thread pinned. The logs don't appear to throw any exceptions or warnings. After about 30 seconds, I click on the icon and try to connect via VNC using multiple browsers, but primarily Safari. It either tries to connect for a few moments or shows me the noVNC screen and indicates that it was unable to establish a VNC connection. At this point, regardless of how long I wait or what browser I use, I cannot connect via VNC. Again, logs indicate nothing in the way of errors or warnings. Any help is greatly appreciated. Let me know what is needed specifically to assist with troubleshooting.
  5. @Mdarkness1988 How would I go about setting and saving server configuration? Using `server.writecgf` and `server.readcfg` aren't maintaining the server settings between restarts. Also, how do I restart Oxide? Within the console I used the command `global.restart 5` and now Oxide is not loading at all. Restarting the docker also does not load Oxide. This is problematic since restarting or pulling the server down for any reason excludes Oxide plugins on restart.
  6. That seemed to fix it. I don't know why I changed it (or why it doesn't work) but it's working now. Thanks for your help @Mdarkness1988!
  7. @BBLV Thanks for the suggestion. I'll remember that one but I'm trying to stay away from all things Google. @binhex Any ideas what I should try or what could be wrong? Or is it working as expected?
  8. Just got this docker installed and working, but I'm having issue adding torrents. When adding via File, the upload fails. When attempting to add via URL, it also fails to download the .torrent content and add to the system. The only way I've found so far is to stop the docker, add the .torrent file to a folder which auto-imports into Deluge, then start the docker again and manage the newly added torrents. Any help with this is greatly appreciated.
  9. So I let it just run and it took about an hour for the NetMesh or whatever to setup fully? I had selected massive map but anyway, it finally started. I and two of my buddies connected it but the lag was unplayable and I have no clue why. I do have a DelugeVPN docker active but that VPN info should be private to that container. I'm just not sure why my ping would be so bad. I'm on FiOS with a (assumed) beefy server. I allocated 10 of 32 threads to server but it didn't help. I restarted the docker and it took another hour for it to start back up (very weird!!) Any ideas @Mdarkness1988?
  10. Router is Orbi mesh. I'm not running a VPN on my router or server though. So you don't believe there's any hardware limitation perhaps? I have pinned 10 of my 32 available threads for this Docker. I see you specified the 16GB of memory, but I didn't touch that info.
  11. I mean, it seems like it starts up but I can't see anything in the RCON and I can't connect locally. I attached the rest of the config and the full server log from startup. Thanks for your help; I greatly appreciate it. rust-server.log
  12. Dude, holy crap thanks for the prompt response!
  13. @Mdarkness1988 Running into an issue on server startup I believe: [2.0s] Finalizing World Starting Navmesh Source Collecting. Starting Navmesh Source Collecting. 2/17/2019 9:59:02 AM|Fatal|WebSocket.processException|WebSocketSharp.WebSocketException: The header part of a frame cannot be read from the data source. at WebSocketSharp.WebSocketFrame.processHeader (System.Byte[] header) [0x00017] in <e43fdf6d91f44d8ea7f975577024882c>:0 at WebSocketSharp.WebSocketFrame+<>c__DisplayClassa.<readHeaderAsync>b__9 (System.Byte[] bytes) [0x00000] in <e43fdf6d91f44d8ea7f975577024882c>:0 at WebSocketSharp.Ext+<>c__DisplayClass9.<ReadBytesAsync>b__8 (System.IAsyncResult ar) [0x0004e] in <e43fdf6d91f44d8ea7f975577024882c>:0 2/17/2019 9:59:02 AM|Fatal|WebSocket.processException|WebSocketSharp.WebSocketException: The header part of a frame cannot be read from the data source. at WebSocketSharp.WebSocketFrame.processHeader (System.Byte[] header) [0x00017] in <e43fdf6d91f44d8ea7f975577024882c>:0 at WebSocketSharp.WebSocketFrame+<>c__DisplayClassa.<readHeaderAsync>b__9 (System.Byte[] bytes) [0x00000] in <e43fdf6d91f44d8ea7f975577024882c>:0 at WebSocketSharp.Ext+<>c__DisplayClass9.<ReadBytesAsync>b__8 (System.IAsyncResult ar) [0x0004e] in <e43fdf6d91f44d8ea7f975577024882c>:0 Rcon Error: WebSocketSharp.WebSocketException: The header part of a frame cannot be read from the data source. at WebSocketSharp.WebSocketFrame.processHeader (System.Byte[] header) [0x00017] in <e43fdf6d91f44d8ea7f975577024882c>:0 at WebSocketSharp.WebSocketFrame+<>c__DisplayClassa.<readHeaderAsync>b__9 (System.Byte[] bytes) [0x00000] in <e43fdf6d91f44d8ea7f975577024882c>:0 at WebSocketSharp.Ext+<>c__DisplayClass9.<ReadBytesAsync>b__8 (System.IAsyncResult ar) [0x0004e] in <e43fdf6d91f44d8ea7f975577024882c>:0 An exception has occurred while receiving a message. Rcon Error: WebSocketSharp.WebSocketException: The header part of a frame cannot be read from the data source. at WebSocketSharp.WebSocketFrame.processHeader (System.Byte[] header) [0x00017] in <e43fdf6d91f44d8ea7f975577024882c>:0 at WebSocketSharp.WebSocketFrame+<>c__DisplayClassa.<readHeaderAsync>b__9 (System.Byte[] bytes) [0x00000] in <e43fdf6d91f44d8ea7f975577024882c>:0 at WebSocketSharp.Ext+<>c__DisplayClass9.<ReadBytesAsync>b__8 (System.IAsyncResult ar) [0x0004e] in <e43fdf6d91f44d8ea7f975577024882c>:0 An exception has occurred while receiving a message. Any idea what I'm doing wrong or what could be the issue?
  14. I consider myself very new to Dockers and unRAID still, and after installing this container, I'm having difficulty connecting to the WebUI. I'm running unRAID 6.6.6 and trying to open the web GUI via Safari browser, but I just get an error that Safari can't connect.