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  1. Thank you so much for taking the time to create this!
  2. Dude, thanks for the NUT docker template!
  3. Is there a way to automatically set up individual certs for seperate (sub)domains instead of wildcard? So my other domains aren't exposed through a cert on a domain/website?
  4. Turn on the uninstall switch on top of the Nerdpack web gui, then turn off Python 2, than you will see it uninstall.
  5. I had to install libff for pip install docker-composer to continue compiling, but then I hit the next roadblock: https://privatebin.net/?bf0cf3c08a7bb1b0#CaQ14ecEtVrPPPp1LAY32ZnRJCumBsK2m8tagJpgL43t I don't see what I'm missing, but it errors at: subprocess32 Were you able to compile/install it? What other Nerd Pack packages have you got installed? I'm currently running Unraid 6.8.3 Edit: py-pip, python-dev, libffi-dev, openssl-dev, gcc, libc-dev, and make are the dependencies necessary.
  6. I came here searching for an answer, apparently two people have experienced the same issue within the last couple of hours. I also have the line 6 issue using docker-compose. Python installed, setuptools also installed, no dice either. I'll try removing docker-compose and installing it again. Edit: did a uninstall of Docker-compose and python, pip and setuptools, reinstalled them, no dice either, unfortunately. (installed the SBo one)
  7. Arndroid

    Jitsi?

    Would be really nice now. I'll give it a go, I really need it since the alternative is Zoom...
  8. I don't think I've seen it mentioned anywhere, but I am updating this way: Go into the Docker's console through the webgui or ssh docker exec -it nextcloud bash. sudo -u abc php7 config/www/nextcloud/updater/updater.phar Common OCC commands: sudo -u abc php7 /config/www/nextcloud/occ db:add-missing-indices sudo -u abc php7 /config/www/nextcloud/occ db:convert-filecache-bigint Other than that it should be straight forward how to proceed. It's mostly a note for myself, but it's really easy like this. Not that Nextcloud doesn't jump from 15 to 18 for example, but goes through every major version upgrade before you get there in the end. I recommend looking at the overview page in the Nextcloud webgui and fix every single warning/issue before proceding to the next version, and do reboots of the docker in between.
  9. Thanks! Docker Hub didn't load for me when I asked the question. Good to know there are instructions like that, and that Docker Hub loaded for me now. Deluge v2 is fine fwiw, even with a thin client here... I just needed the stable branch of it.
  10. Is there some way to downgrade this docker container? I found this issue: https://github.com/binhex/arch-delugevpn/issues/146 I also want to be on a stable branch, some things don't work for my setup on a dev/unstable branch. Thanks!
  11. Thanks a ton @rix for your support! Also to Squid of course! -e USER=USERNAME \ -e PASS=PASSWORD \ -e DEVICE=DEVICENAME \ Adding these variables to my docker template made it work. (Instead of using the Credentials variable that is coming with it by default.) Works wonders now with Organizr v2.
  12. No just upper and lower case and some numbers, no special characters. Something like: Arndroid@domain.ltd and AsD1345QWio8
  13. I'm using the MyJD-API, trying to get jDownloader2 up in Organizr. Let me first say thanks a ton for creating MyJD-API! I do however have a issue getting it started. The credentials parameter is set correctly, but I did notice this in the Docker Command: The extra ' must be messing up something, right? Since when the docker is running it outputs this: But it is provided, and I double checked the credentials. What can I try to solve this? I see the appdata folder for MyJD-API is empty still, so I'm not sure where to begin right now.
  14. Does the cronjob work for anyone? It doesn't seem to run in my docker. The /var/spool/cron/crontabs/root contains: I have mapped /etc/periodic/15min as a volume from container to host /appdata/letsencrypt/crontabs/periodic/15min/bashscript.sh In the bashscript I have this: It should create the test.txt file, but it just doesn't happen, not in 15 not in 30 minutes. Is this a borked setup on my end somehow? Please let me know if I can provide some more info or attempt more things to fix this. Thanks in advance for any help.