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  1. It should be noted that if the same issue occurs again that caused urBackup to be pulled from CA happens again, this app will also get pulled from CA immediately
  2. Due to the more advanced features available in the linuxserver / binhex / Official Plex versions, you really should make a note of your current path mappings, then remove the LT Plex Version, then install the replacement version, set up / add the paths accordingly, and click "Show More Settings", and change the host mapping for /config to match the old appdata storage.
  3. Deprecated does not mean unusable. I was simply cleaning up the apps available within CA, and removed a ton of the old ones that haven't had either active maintainers for which there are very viable and well supported alternatives. If you ever have to redo your docker.img, any app which has been deprecated will appear within previous apps. This move basically removes this particular container as an option for new installs only, and is fundamentally to prevent the "which DDClient should I install?" question.
  4. In an ongoing effort to ensure that only supported and working apps are present within Community Applications, all applications within this repository have now been marked as being deprecated. If the author / maintainer of this repository feels that this is in error, then they may contact the maintainers / moderators of CA for this to be rectified. Note that this move only affects new installations of the applicable applications. Users already having one or more of the affected applications installed will still be able to re-install them via CA's Previous Apps feature without issue. Should a user wish to install any of these applications without having previously installed them, then they may always enable "Show Deprecated Applications" within CA's settings.
  5. In an ongoing effort to ensure that only supported and working apps are present within Community Applications, all applications within this repository have now been marked as being deprecated. If the author / maintainer of this repository feels that this is in error, then they may contact the maintainers / moderators of CA for this to be rectified. Note that this move only affects new installations of the applicable applications. Users already having one or more of the affected applications installed will still be able to re-install them via CA's Previous Apps feature without issue. Should a user wish to install any of these applications without having previously installed them, then they may always enable "Show Deprecated Applications" within CA's settings.
  6. In an ongoing effort to ensure that only supported and working apps are present within Community Applications, all applications within this repository have now been marked as being deprecated. If the author / maintainer of this repository feels that this is in error, then they may contact the maintainers / moderators of CA for this to be rectified. Note that this move only affects new installations of the applicable applications. Users already having one or more of the affected applications installed will still be able to re-install them via CA's Previous Apps feature without issue. Should a user wish to install any of these applications without having previously installed them, then they may always enable "Show Deprecated Applications" within CA's settings.
  7. Never could figure out why you've never wanted it published in CA...
  8. Changed via moderation. If/when the template gets updated, I'll reverse my changes
  9. Is all that's wrong is the container port needs to be 22 not 9022?
  10. You would probably be better off switching to OpenVPN-AS published by linuxserver instead.
  11. Yes. Linuxserver.io is rather hypocritical by having their docker compose file directly reference elasticsearch in it, and yet not publishing a template for unRaid.😡
  12. Since PlexInc never seemed to me to be super receptive on templates, I've unilaterally changed the URL for Plex to point to the root of their support thread. You'll be able to hit it via the Apps Tabs, Installed Apps. @Squid will have to do something about the fact that now the URL listed in the Docker / Dashboard pages are incorrect
  13. Since it's not explicitly mentioned, is it recommended for all users of the old app to now migrate to the new one? Is the old app now deprecated?
  14. It sure would be nice if someday someone would actually look at why it doesn't work for certain users (not by any means ALL users) and let limetech know the circumstances.
  15. Ok I see now that they are the same repo, just different tags will rectify