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  1. Apache Guacamole 1.1.0 has been pushed out to "latest". Other than the version change the base container is now debian:stable-slim to shave off some size. No database schema changes this time around. Have fun. Especially since this deviates slightly from the official containers in using Tomcat 9 and Java 11. Please let me know if you have any issues.
  2. I'm almost ready to push out 1.1.0. I just want to get some clarification on this. I've added this to the /etc/tomcat9/server.xml file within the Host element. I have my personal container set to use a custom proxy network and I'm just seeing 172.x.x.x addresses. I'm not sure if this would change if my container was set to "bridge". If you'd like to try it out you can change the repository in your container to "jasonbean/guacamole:1.1.0-nomariadb" or "jasonbean/guacamole:1.1.0" depending on which version you're using. I'll wait to change these to "latest" just in case I need to make some changes.
  3. Once you get back in make sure you generate and save backup codes.
  4. If you generated your backup codes you can use one of those to get back into your account.
  5. @OFark What version of Unraid are you running?
  6. I'll look at this. I've had a busy life lately and just haven't had time to sit down and work on it.
  7. 5ghz doesn’t reach as far a 2.4ghz. It does better with line-of-site. A faster router won’t fix that. If you’re that concerned with WiFi performance you’re better off with multiple Ethernet connected AP’s for better coverage. You also have to remember that WiFi is a shared resource. If someone is streaming something at 1080p your other devices are going to see a performance hit. This isn’t going to be as big of a deal with MIMO but devices still have to share the airwaves.
  8. I see, I hadn’t read anywhere that’s the reason why it wasn’t working.
  9. Thanks, kind of a $&@&! move there. Had I the time I would. I realize this is the support forum for the LSIO Nextcloud container. Obviously something with it isn’t working quite right. It’s also not apparent that the problems with it and the Community Document Server are reasonably fixable.
  10. I think we need a template for the official Nextcloud Docker container. The problems with the LSIO container may not be reasonably solvable.
  11. That is correct. 1.0.0 was released Jan 8, 2019. There were no new versions until the recent 1.1.0 release over a year later. I currently don’t have a timeline to release an updated container. My family has been rather busy lately and I started a new job in November. Please be patient.
  12. Yes, I have to carve out some time to make it happen.
  13. I still haven’t been able to get the Community Document Server app to work. The error in my log is that x2t cannot be found. I’m fully updated.
  14. I've been using Pushbullet but their iOS app seems to be defunct. It has been quite quirky for some time. Now it seems it has been removed from the App Store. So I'm looking for something new. I started to try Boxcar but discovered that they haven't had an iOS app since iOS 10. I suppose I could always fall back to email.
  15. When you get this error have you tried logging off and logging back in? Whenever I’ve gotten this error that has worked for me.