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  1. Djoss

    [Support] Djoss - MakeMKV

    It seems that some users have the same problem when converting to FLAC: https://www.makemkv.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=17494
  2. Djoss

    [Support] Djoss - MakeMKV

    I copied this profile to /mnt/user/appdata/MakeMKV/data, restarted the container and the profile shows up properly in advanced settings. Can you verify in MakeMKV that the "MakeMKV data directory" in Preferences->General is set to "/config/data"?
  3. Djoss

    [Support] Djoss - MakeMKV

    "/config/data/" should be the correct place. Make sure to restart the container to have MakeMKV see your profiles.
  4. Djoss

    [Support] Djoss - MakeMKV

    Yes it's possible. This is the "expert mode" of MakeMKV.
  5. Djoss

    [Support] Djoss - JDownloader 2

    You can provide one now. From the docker page, there is a icon you can click on in the right column.
  6. Djoss

    [Support] Djoss - JDownloader 2

    Can you open a terminal and provide the output of the following command: ls -l /mnt/user/
  7. The container path is the path of the mapped folder inside the container. It can be anything For example, in your case if the host path is "/mnt /disks/2TB Backup 0 1", your container path could be "/2TB Backup 0 1"
  8. Djoss

    [Support] Djoss - JDownloader 2

    Looks like a permission issue. Make sure your download folder on unRAID has to proper ownership: it should be "nobody:users".
  9. By "backup location", do you mean a backup destination? Note that when mapping external disks too a container, the access mode should be set "RO/Slave" or "RW/Slave".
  10. You need to add additional "Path". You click on "Add another Path, Port, Variable, Label or Device" in container settings. You can then map your external drive to a path inside the container.
  11. This is a permission issue. Where are located the files you want to backup? Under /mnt/user ? Also, the paths in CrashPlan don't seem to fit what you have in your container config.
  12. Djoss

    [Support] Djoss - PuTTY

    Try to clean the browser's cache.
  13. Djoss

    [Support] Djoss - MakeMKV

    Maybe I could update the container template to automatically map /tmp of the container to /tmp of the host, so that temporary stuff is written to RAM instead of disk.
  14. Djoss

    [Support] Djoss - JDownloader 2

    Could you provide the container's log?
  15. Djoss

    [Support] Djoss - MakeMKV

    The automatic disc ripper periodically checks for the presence of a disc in drives and maintain some states. To achieve this, it writes drive information into a temporary files in /tmp. The files it writes are only a few bytes. Note that you can increase the check interval via the "Automatic Disc Ripper: Interval" setting.