Nyghthawk

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  1. 1 hour ago, saarg said:

    As I said earlier, check the github or docker hub link in the first post for valid tags. If it ain't there, we don't have it.

    There is no 5.10 only tag, but we version all releases we do, so that mean there will still be a tag for 5.10.something. And you find those on docker hub, hence the reason I asked you to check it earlier.

    Thanks didn't think of checking the docker hub, will look there (i looked at the git page and didnt see anything)

  2. 5 hours ago, saarg said:

    Did I say it was wrong? I was only trying to understand what you were asking. Your first post just asks if 5.10 tag work.

    If you look at the dockerhub link in the first post you will see the tags for specific versions that we have.

    As @bonienl says, the latest tag was 5.10, but is now 5.11.

    I guess its a misunderstanding on both parts. 

    The first post is "old" before 5.11 came out, hence why "latest" was 5.10 at the time.

    Now that we are PAST 5.10 being the "latest" and "latest" now referring to 5.11, I was wondering if 5.10 was ADDED as a tag to force 5.10 builds, just like for example 5.9 forces just those builds.

     

    I noticed that the FIRST page being "old" and not updated.

    So I ask, does putting the tag 5.10 force a build to 5.10 or is there only the ones listed still on the outdated first post.

     

    latest - The most recent build version of the Unifi controller software, regardless of release train. (now being 5.11 thus skipping the ability to force 5.10)

    LTS - The most recent Long Term Support release.

    5.9 - The most recent 5.9.x release.

    5.8 - The most recent 5.8.x release.

    5.7 - The most recent 5.7.x release.

  3. 11 hours ago, saarg said:

    So you didn't check if we had a build, just asked?

    There are builds using 5.10 but don't think there is a tag for only 5.10.

    check the docker hub link in the first post to see the tags avaliable.

    I don't get what you are saying?

    I know the builds exist for up to 5.11.xx, but the tags FORCED a specific version (5.9, 5.7 etc), I didn't see any mention of forcing 5.10.xx as a build option, so I asked.

    What is wrong with that? I was checking to see if maybe it was ADDED as the latest is 5.11 now and when this was first posted, the latest was 5.10 with 5.9 being very stable. 

     

  4. 5 hours ago, misterwiggles said:

    Thanks. I got it working a while ago. I just followed the instructions related to the Thraxis docker and I got it working for automated downloads. I also have the Calibre docker looking at a Watch folder so I can add .epub manually. I used this when migrating my epub collection from Apple's Books app.

    does your calibre docker have an updated version? the RDP version is outdated

     

    also anyone get lazylibrarian to work well with the new libgen issues?

     

    Error fetching link data from libgen.io: Response status 503: service_unavailable

     

    always get that no matter what "mirror" i use. I can click the same link and click download myself WITHOUT getting this 503 error...and one of the best mirrors changed their layout so the parser does not work. 

  5. As simple as the topic is, I just had my Windows VM off for a few days, without "noticing" as I do not check my VM status EVERY day. The unraid system did NOT restart, and I have it set to auto start. I think the problem was the windows VM had windows "updates" and caused a problem with the restart. 

     

    Either way, is there a plugin, a program, a setting, or ANYTHING that I can use to monitor the status of my VM's so that if they are NOT running, I can be notified through an email or something stating this? (Set time doesn't matter, can be anytime or after x time or anything).....

     

    Tried searching, tried going through some settings, couldn't find anything to monitor the status of the VMs to notify. 

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  6. On 2/2/2019 at 8:21 AM, misterwiggles said:

    Can someone with a good, solid LL workflow share how they are using LL along with Calibre? I know there is another Thraxis docker that people seem to favor for this integration. But I also see people here using what seems like a simpler method of having LL add books to a Calibre ‘Add Folder’ and then Calibre adds those new books to it’s db when it is launched. My goal is to use the Calibre features to easily side load books on my Kindle/iPad via email. I’d rather not have to manually add these new LL books to Calibre. So before I do down the path of using the Thraxis docker vs Linuxserver docker, I’d just like some suggestions on the right path to take for this automation. Seems like plenty of people are happy to use LS docker and some ALSO use Calibre. I done a lot of reading of the threads and googling, but just can’t get the complete picture of a *best practice* automation for books.

    Just a thought, can you not point your Calibre database folder (or files it looks for) to the same Folder that your LL files download to? (I only speculate as I JUST am about to set this up, and you brought up the same valid question that I was thinking)

  7. 2 minutes ago, Djoss said:

    And forwarded to which internal port ?  1880?

    Yes you can.  The only thing you cannot have is the free and automatic certificates generation through Let'sEncrypt.

    Port 180 forwarded to unraid:1880 and port 443 to unraid:18443

     

    Proxy Manager ports are

    1880

    and 

    18443

    respectively

     

     

  8. 2 minutes ago, Djoss said:

    For external access, this is done on your router.  So instead of forwarding port 80 to the IP address of unRAID and port 1880, choose something else then 80.

    so right now i have port 180 forwarded to my unraid server.....

     

    port 180 is open per your site you gave me....

     

    so I cannot use proxy manager then? since it can only listen on port 80 correcT?

  9. 2 minutes ago, Djoss said:

    Sure this is possible.

    is this accomplished through proxy manager? or just opening up the few ports? 

     

    could i setup a reverse proxy on an outside host?

     

    so 

     

    domain.com would forward all requests to remotehost.com which would then put all requests to my homeip:180 (which runs the home reverse proxy)....im just so confused because of this stupid port block......

  10. 21 minutes ago, Djoss said:

    What?  Getting your certificates? Since it seems that your domain comes from  namecheap, you can buy certificates from them: https://www.namecheap.com/security/ssl-certificates/

    But if you search a little bit, you will find a lot of other places.

    Once you have the certificate, you can add it in NginxProxyManager (SSLCertificates->Add SSL Certificate->Custom).

    can I just force someone to use the different port?

     

    like http://subdomain.domain:180

     

    Its not for production or anything. Just to give a few users outside access to like 1 or 2 subdomains. I can deal without accessing my dockers outside. 

     

  11. 2 minutes ago, Djoss said:

    Yes, you need to use the local IP.

    So...I was right with that at least.

     

    So This is mysetup. As a test, just in case my IP is randomly changing (which it shouldn't) I have a free account at duckdns.org.

    so I have mydomain.duckdns.org pointing to my IP (which is my static ip).

    I have mydomain.com with a CNAME record for subdomain1, subdomain2 pointing to mydomain.duckdns.org. I gave it 30 minutes + to propagate.

     

    In nginx proxy manager I have subdomain1.mydomain.com pointing to internal IP of my unraid server 192.168.0.133 Port ####. 

     

    In my local network, I go to subdomain1.mydomain.com and I get my proper container.

     

    When I try to access subdomain1.mydomain.com from OUTSIDE the LAN, it does not work, however, when I access mystaticip:80 from outside the LAN I get the proxy landing page of "log in to your admin account to setup". 

     

    So I figured the following:

     

    Port 80 is correctly forwarded.

    subdomain on mydomain is correctly forwarding to mydomain.duckdns.org to my home IP.

     

    Problem now, is ANYTHING other than port 80 is not working. And I thought the purpose of this proxy manager was to avoid opening up EVERY single port for EVERY single docker. Or do I need to forward EVERY single dockerport in my firewall?

  12. 4 minutes ago, Djoss said:

    But it's from working from your LAN?

    Look at the logs for your proxy host (under /mnt/user/appdata/NginxProxyManager/log/nginx/).

    it was working from the lan, so i started over.....

     

    Just a question.... in the nginx proxy manger, destination IP would be my "local" ip? or my "public"? (I thought it would be my "local" ip)

  13. 3 minutes ago, Djoss said:

    Did you enabled WebSocket support?

    If you don't have a lot of subdomains to manage, I guess it's better to not have a wildcard record.  Else you can also edit this default page and replace it with a 404 error or something that fit your needs.

    Is the container reachable from the Internet through port 80?

    Not sure if you saw my latest post.

     

    Problem so far. Can reach the nginx proxy landing page from IP:80, but cannot access ANY other container. 

  14. Okay I am going to need a bit more help.

     

    This whole time I thought I was setup properly for reverse proxy, and low and behold, it ONLY works when I am on my LAN....of course right!?!??!

     

     

    So i have nginx proxy manager installed. 

     

    http 1880

    https 18443

     

    On my router, I have

    Ports 80 forwarded to ip (my unraid server) 192.168.0.133:1880

    Ports 443 forwarded to ip (my unraid server) 192.168.0.133:18443

     

    On my domain I have 
    A Record Host * (to allow all subdomains) Value: My IP (its static) TTL Automatic

    On NGINX setup I would have

     

    Source: subdomain.mydomain.com

    Destination: 192.168.0.133:PortToService

     

    So when I go to subdomain.mydomain.com it would load up. Thinking this worked Tried from outside, and got buttsquatt.

     

     

    When I go to http://mypublicip:80 or http://mypublicip I get the 404 error nginx (that I setup with the proxy)

     

    So I tried

    Source: subdomain.mydomain.com

    Destination: publicIP:PortToService

     

    And get a 502 Error.

     

     

    Please help?

     

    EDIT: to add. When I go to http://mypublicip or http://mypublicip:80 I get the 404 error code I setup with the proxy manager.