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  1. I was getting the same error, so I deleted and reinstalled the docker. Only to get this error message on install: root@localhost:# /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix.docker.manager/scripts/docker run -d --name='deemix' --net='bridge' -e TZ="America/New_York" -e HOST_OS="Unraid" -e 'ARL'='REDACTED' -e 'PUID'='99' -e 'PGID'='100' -p '6595:6595/tcp' -v '/mnt/cache/download/music/':'/downloads':'rw' -v '/mnt/cache/appdata/deemix':'/config':'rw' 'registry.gitlab.com/bockiii/deemix-docker' Unable to find image 'registry.gitlab.com/bockiii/deemix-docker:latest' locally /usr/bin/docker: Error resp
  2. Yeah it failed for me, both changing the old installation, and creating a brand new one after removing the orphan image when that failed. Error message was: Error response from daemon: Get https://registry.gitlab.com/v2/: x509: certificate is valid for CN_DNSBL, not registry.gitlab.com
  3. I honestly didn't try again until just now. Looks to be working again!
  4. Seems Deemix isn't starting up after working just fine till today. I'm getting a repeating error block in the log as follows: app.initialize(portable) File "/deemix/app.py", line 27, in initialize settings = initSettings(configFolder=configFolder) TypeError: initSettings() got an unexpected keyword argument 'configFolder' [services.d] Starting with ARL INFO:engineio.server:Server initialized for threading. Server-wide ARL enabled. Traceback (most recent call last): File "/deemix/server.py", line 277, in <module> run_server(port, portable) File "/deemix/server.py", line 261, in run_se
  5. This is solved. For anyone having similar issues, it seems Steam is woefully slow and isn't updating servers properly. It must have taken 6 or 7 full reboots, (and 2 full validations) for the updates to finally take effect.
  6. @ich777I still had the window up: ---Checking if UID: 99 matches user--- ---Checking if GID: 100 matches user--- ---Setting umask to 000--- ---Checking for optional scripts--- ---No optional script found, continuing--- ---Starting...--- ---Update SteamCMD--- Redirecting stderr to '/serverdata/Steam/logs/stderr.txt' [ 0%] Checking for available updates... [----] Verifying installation... Steam Console Client (c) Valve Corporation -- type 'quit' to exit -- Loading Steam API...Failed to init SDL priority manager: SDL not found Failed to set thread priority: per-thread setup failed Fail
  7. Here you go. My files are stored on an unmounted disk rather than the cache disk (because my cache disk doesn't have the space). Another difference I have is a (fully working until this update) "Mods folder" variable, because I run a cluster of 8 Ark servers and don't really feel like having them all have their own individual mod folder, taking up 8x the disk space. This variable centralizes that for me.
  8. Yeah, the game itself is fine. I play on my own and a friend's servers. His (using Ark Server Manager) are fine on 309.42. Appreciate you looking into this.
  9. @ich777I remembered the validate option just after I posted (of course I did, isn't that how it always goes...). Unfortunately it's come back with the same version number as before (307.6).
  10. I apologize if this issue has been mentioned before, but with 46 pages in this thread on various game servers it's difficult to go through everything. The Ark docker appears to not be updating the servers correctly. Before trying to update to the latest (309.42) they were on 309.4, but after a restart they show as being on 307.6, which means none of my players can connect. Relevant docker log doesn't show much detail. Connecting anonymously to Steam Public...Loaded client id: 15143523430996911231 Listening for IPv4 broadcast on: 27036 Logged in OK Waiting for user info...OK Suc
  11. My bad! Now downloading as nobody:users. Thank you! Any chance of a UMASK variable to allow files to be downloaded with write permissions across the board? Right now files download with 644 permissions. I download and then edit the metadata so the user and group ownership is only half the equation.
  12. Assuming you have the container paths (specifically the SoulseekQT one) set as I have it, in Soulseek itself go to Options > General and set "Save client data every 60 minutes" to a more reasonable number, like 5. Leave the docker running for at least 5 mins so it saves, and then restart it. Everything you set up in options should now be remembered.
  13. Here's the config I have which is working as far as paths, saving between restarts of the docker container, etc. What's not working is the PUID/PGID (copying and pasting from other containers I run, these values correspond to nobody:users). I still get everything saving to the configured download folder as root.
  14. Confirmed. Config settings are no longer saving. (My bad, had a typo in my own settings when I was messing with the PUID/PGID stuff). However, it seems like the PUID and PGID variables don't work, even when adding properly.
  15. No license file is needed. I'm running an organization in my build. Also, it's worth switching over to the bitwardenrs implementation (it's in community applications) as mprasil's has been deprecated. You can use exactly the same data locations in the new docker, turn the old one off, start the new one up and everything will work.